Sheridan trips Huskies in final doubleheader

The Huskies summer baseball team finished with three losses on Thursday and over the weekend.

“We finished our summer with a doubleheader with a team from Sheridan on Saturday,” Coach Dan Tow said. “The team we played is made up of kids from five high schools in the Sheridan area. We lost both games, 6-0 and 13-2, but I thought our kids competed pretty well, like they have all summer.”

Brent Smith threw well in the first game, giving up three earned runs, Coach Tow said. Richard Erevia was 2-3 at the plate.

“We made some nice defensive plays, but they were just too strong,” Coach Tow said. “Their pitcher was very solid. All of their palyers are either going to be seniors or they have graduated, so we were playing against a team quite a bit older than us and with more experience.”

Erevia and Donny Cliver both threw in the second game. They also both singled, with Erevia dricing in Joe Rosa in the first inning. Erevia scored in the fourth inning on a Tomas Rosa ground ball.

“They really hit the ball in game two, and their bats were just too much for us,” Coach Tow said. “We also had a game last Thursday with Corvallis. We lost, but again, I thought our kids competed pretty well. In particular, Bryce Beard threw well, and Bill Ciullo had a solo homerun in the game.”