The Northfield baseball team used a 12 run second inning to defeat Southwood 16-1 in five innings Thursday.
S(T1): Jackson Blair 1 out solo homer just inside left field foul pole (0-1).
N(B1): Adam Roser lead off line drive base hit to center. Tanner Chamberlain sac bunt, Roser to 2nd. Andy Roser rbi single (1-1). Roser steals second, to third on catcher’s throwing error. Ryan Keaffaber rbi sac fly (2-1).
N(B2): Joseph Ross lead-off double off center field fence, to 3rd on wild pitch. Ethan Stouffer walk, stolen base. RJ Waldon rbi ground out for 2nd out, Ross scores (3-1). Adam Roser rbi double, Stouffer scores (4-1). Tanner Chamberlain rbi double to left, Roser scores (5-1). Andy Roser HBP. Ryan Keaffaber rbi single, Chamberlain scores (6-1). Austin Keen 3 run homer. Ross double. Stouffer reaches e6, Ross scores (10-1). Hunter Wells rbi single, Stouffer scores (11-1). RJ Waldon walked, Wells to 2nd. Adam Roser 2 rbi single (13-1). Chamberlain single, Roser to 3rd. Roser scores on balk (14-1).
N(B): Andy Maggart 2 out, 2 rbi double to left center (16-1).
1 2 3 4 5 R H E
Southwood (0-15) 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 1
Northfield (13-3, 2-0) 2 12 0 2 x 16 15 1
S: Cole, Weaver (2) and Lloyd
N: Ross, Dawes (4), Andy Roser (5) and Adam Roser, Kendall (3)
WP: Joseph Ross (3-0) LP: Robbie Cole
2B: Ross 2(N), Adam Roser (N), Kendall (N), Chamberlain (N), Maggart (N)
HR: Blair (S), Keen (N)
Adam Roser 3-3, 2B, 3 runs, 3 rbi
Tanner Chamberlain 2-2, 2B, 2 rbi
Andy Maggart 1-1, 2B, 2 rbi
Ryan Keaffaber 1-2, 2 rbi
Joseph Ross 3-3, 2 2B, 2 runs
Jared Kirtlan 1-1
Joseph Ross 3IP, 2H, 1R, 1ER, 0BB, 5K (3-0)
Collin Dawes 1IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 2K
Andy Roser 1IP, 1H, 0R, 0BB, 2K
Jackson Blair 2-3, HR, rbi
Kyle Weaver 1-3
Uggen: “I was a little concerned after Joseph (Ross) gave up the early homer but we bounced back with 2 in the bottom half and really pounded the ball in the 2nd to build the lead. We continue to do a nice job hitting the ball square and put together another big rally scoring all 12 runs in the 2nd with 2 outs. I was also impressed with how well our subs hit the ball. That’s a great sign. Not often you get a chance to play 20 kids in a game and feel that all of them did a pretty good job, but we did that tonight. Maybe it was the pink hats (the Norse wore for Baseball Strikes Out Kancer Night).”