Oceanside - Titus Kaewthong (single and double), Michael Norton, Jr (2 singles)
Doubles - Titus Kaewthong (Oceanside)
Triples - None
Home Runs - None
Logan Sheridan tossed a complete game 5 hitter, striking out 7 and walking none to lead Oceanside to a 2-0 opening round win over Presque Isle.
Oceanside scored both of their runs in the bottom of the 4th inning, while Michael Dougherty was hit by a pitch and then scored on Titus Kaewthong’s RBI double, and then he scored on Michael Norton, Jr.’s RBI single.
RJ Gross went the distance for Presque Isle allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 3. Jonah Hudson had a pair of singles to lead the Wildcat offense.
#4 Oceanside will host #5 Hermon on Thursday June 7th at 4 PM at Morrill Field in Rockland
Softball results from coach:
MDI- (9-8) 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 3. 1
Oceanside- (15-2). 1. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0 1. 4. 0
P- Lindsey McEachern- 7inn 11Ks 5BB 1HBP
C- Hannah Chamberlain- 7inn
P- Chloe Jones-(10-2) 7inn 11Ks 1BB
C-Abbhy Velleux- 7inn
Hannah Chamberlain- 1-single
Madison Thorton- 1-single
Maddie White- 1-single
Casey Pine- 1-single 1-RBI
Hannah Moholland- 1-Single
Chloe Jones- 1-single
Hannah Robinson- 1-single
Oceanside got one run in the first inning. Abby Veilleux was out 5-3, Raechel Joyce struck out swinging, Hannah Moholland lined a single to center and the centerfielder missed played it and Moholland was on second. Casey Pine the captain of the team lined a shot off the third baseman's glove into left field knocking in the lone run of the game. Chloe Jones and our defense took over from there. Chloe had 11K's 1BB on the game, she hit her spots and our defense stepped it up. Rachel Joyce in the 4th inning made a great play, Madison Thonrton lead off with a single, Maddy Neale singled, McKenzie Dyer hit a bullet of a line drive up the middle and Rachel Joyce made a great backhanded play up the middle on a line drive and tagged second for the double play.
Oceanside left 11 baserunners on base, we can't do that in the future. We have to get that big hit to plate runners.