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The Raiders eight runs in the top of the second inning secured their 12-0 victory over Community on Monday, May 3.
J. D. Rich, Casey Shockley, Josh Hunolt and Justin Lunsford each had RBI’s in the inning.
“We played well from start to finish. The entire lineup was putting the ball in play and getting on base,” said NS Head Coach Scott Gaines.
Kyle Smith got things started in the game after a run was scored off his double.
As a team, the Raiders collected 11 hits.
Smith, Shockley and Hunolt each had multiple hits. Smith led NS as he went 3-for-3 at the plate.
Smith also had two steals against Community
Rob Uhlmeyer allowed two hits and zero runs over the five innings. He struck out five and walked one.
“Defensively we made the routine plays and kept them off the scoreboard,” Gaines said. “It was a complete team victory.”
NS vs. Louisiana
Kyle Smith guided the Raiders 2-0 win against Louisiana on Tuesday, May 4.
Rob Uhlmeyer’s first at bat was successful as he hit a single to right field.
Uhlmeyer scored after being brought in by Josh Hunolt.
Casey Shockley crossed home plate after Landon Bender’s hit over first base.
Smith surrendered zero runs on four hits over seven innings, striking out eight and walking one.
“He pitched very well,” Gaines said. “The defense made all the necessary plays to back him up.”
Rob Uhlmeyer led the Raiders with two hits in three at bats.
Raiders vs. La Plata
North Shelby took down undefeated La Plata on Friday, May 7.
The Raiders (8-4) run in the sixth inning gave them a 3-2 victory.
The game was tied at the bottom of the sixth when Josh Hunolt tripled, bringing a Raider across the plate.
North Shelby’s Casey Shockley started the game and lasted three innings. Shockley allowed five hits and one run while striking out four.
Rob Uhlmeyer relieved Shockley and he allowed one hit and one run while striking out three.
J.D. Rich went 3-for-3 at the plate for NS.