St. James Lions clout Westside in baseball

GUELPH – The St. James Lions struck for nine runs in the first inning on their way to a dominating 15-0 victory over the Westside Thunder in District 4/10 high school baseball play Friday at Pearson Park.

The game was halted by the mercy rule after three and a half innings.

St. James pitcher Aiden Edmonds struck out 11 of the 12 batters Westside had in the game. The other out, the final one of the game, came on a fielder’s choice.

The Lions had 14 hits in the game led by a double and two singles by Cameron Keleher. Ethan George hit two doubles while Owen Hill and Lukas LeGrand each had two singles. Bryan Richardson and Cameron Hewitt each had a double while Hayden LeGrand, Edmonds and Andreas Campagnolo each hit a single.

The win lifts the Lions to 3-1-1 while Westside has last all six games it played this season.

 

Bishop Macdonell 10 Westside 0

C.J Baas was the winning pitcher for Bishop Mac as he held Westside hitless in four innings and had seven strikeouts. Liam Lewis gave up two hits in two innings of relief. He had four strikeouts.

Owen Sartor had a pair of hits for Bishop Mac while Hayden Wesseling hit a double and scored two runs and Spencer Charlton went 1-for-1.

Keeler Loveridge took the loss for Westside. He had two strikeouts.

Ryan Hussey and Markus DeSalso each went 1-for-2 at the plate.

Bishop Mac is 2-2-1 on the season.

 

Ross 12 Guelph CVI 2

No details reported.

Ross has won all five games its played this season while GCVI is at 1-4-0.

 

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