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April 22, 2014 • Sports

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Alex Schoettmer helps to provide stability to veteran Eagle baseball team Coach David Bradshaw’s traditionally sound lineup.
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Milan Lady Indian JV Softball Team pictured front from left above include: Sierra Kern, Kenna Porter, Alexandra Palastro, Kaleigh Ollman and Heather Hacker. Back Row: Morgan Anderson, Kelsey Holbert, Casey Ryan, Kaila Hicks, Megan Gall and Ashley Stout.
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Dominique Norman helps to provide stability to veteran Eagle baseball team Coach David Bradshaw’s traditionally sound lineup.
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Jac-Cen-Del Eagles
Coach David Bradshaw’s varsity baseball on the attack

Gary Franklin
SPORTS EDITOR

By a whopping 19-0 margin, that's how soundly veteran Jac-Cen-Del Eagle Baseball Coach David Bradshaw’s varsity team defeated the hosting Madison Shawe Memorial Hilltoppers at MSHS on Monday evening, April 14.

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Pictured at left during the Jac-Cen-Del Eagle hosted varsity baseball game against the visiting Switzerland County Pacers, umpire Mike Baumer stands over the shoulder of junior Jac-Cen-Del Eagle varsity baseball team catcher Allen Hooton as pitching proceeds. The Eagle catchers position was vacated via the 2013 graduation of Eagle Trent Smith who now attends Northern Kentucky University as a freshman.


Utilizing his entire bench, Coach Bradshaw’s varsity Eagle team found the 10 run/ five inning rule on JCDs side after nearly doubling the requirement for a shortened game. The winning combination on the mound and behind the plate for JCD included junior catcher Allen Hooton and sophomore pitcher Tyler Huff

Huff‘s line count at game’s end included: Facing 19 Hilltopper batters over the shortened five-inning game, where he only was charged with giving up two hits while amassing a nine man strikeout count.

The Eagles sent 31 members to the plate during the game where they accumulated 19 runs off 15 hits. JCD accumulated 15 RBIs among their team members, while generating two doubles, a triple, 10 walks, four Ks and two hit batters.

JCD has fallen in a made up game that has been postponed at Morristown; Defeated the Switzerland County Pacers 16-1 in five innings; split a Saturday doubleheader against the visiting Oldenburg Academy Twisters with a 5-1 win and a 8-11 loss; taken the Shawe Hilltoppers down on their own hill 16-0 in five; defeated the neighboring South Ripley Raiders at SRHS 8-1; and most recently captured an 8-2 victory from the hosting Lawrenceburg Tigers to currently stand at 3-0 in conference action and 4-2 overall.

Eagle pitching has been pretty solid for the most part to date. Senior Alex Schoettmer went three 2/3 innings against Switzerland County, facing 17, while allowing just hits, one run and no walks and producing 7 Ks. Senior Eagle teammate Dominique Noerman came on for the last 1-1/3 of the five-inning game facing five batters with zero runs, no hits, a walk, and fanning two. Against the neighboring South Ripley Raiders on April 17, senior Eagle Schoettmer went the full seven innings, facing 25 Raider at bats, allowing two hits and a run, while delivering 17 Ks in an 8-1 victory. Senior Eagle Norman went the full seven innings from the mound for JCD in their 8-2 Lawrenceburg battle victory on Friday night, April 18. He faced 31 batters, allowed just three hits, two runs, neither earned allowed four walks and delivered 5 Ks.



 

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