CP Baseball Keeps It Going in Florida

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baseballThe Central Private baseball team has done it again, defeating the Southview High School Cougars of Ohio in Pensacola, Florida. The Rebels used an eight-run seventh inning to break open a close game and take the win with a final score of 12-2. Logan Lewis opened the seventh by reaching on an error and was sacrificed to second by Chase Metz. Metz had 2 beautiful bunts during the game. Gage Wilkinson was then hit by a pitch before Jacob Fryoux singled to right field. An error by the second baseman allowed the first two runs to score. Brennan Courville was then also hit by a pitch and Seth Stevens singled in a run. A single by Ridge Perkins scored Thomas Bourgeois and a single by Travis Rose brought Courville and Stevens across the plate. After Lewis was hit by another pitch, Metz singled to send Rose and Perkins home. Bourgeois, Metz, and Fryoux led the Rebels with two hits each.

Taylor Ort picked up the win for Central Private. He went six complete innings for the Rebels, giving up only two hits, striking out three batters, and allowing no earned runs. Tyler Schultz finished the game for the Rebels striking out one Cougar hitter. The Central Private Baseball team continues to play in the Tate High School Invitational in Pensacola, Florida for the rest of this week.