49° F
Current Conditions
Radio Station Info Staff Advertising Job Opportunities Contact Us
 

Listen Live

Click Here To

Sign Our Guest Book


RSS Feed

KCSR Annual EEO Report
KBPY Annual EEO Report

(Neb)-CSC Scores 1 Run In Metro State Weekend Sweep

By: John Axtell Posted at: 04/08/2018 10:03 PM
DENVER - Metro State-Denver silenced the Chadron State hitters for the second straight day on Sunday, sweeping the Eagles by identical 3-0 scores after taking a doubleheader Saturday 1-0 and 3-1.

      In Sunday's first game, the Roadrunners made the most of only 3 hits...scoring in the 1st on a double and a sacrifice bunt and adding 2 more runs in the 5th with 2 singles, a passed ball on a strikeout, and a groundout.

     The Eagles got only 2 hits...singles by Ellie Owens in the 6th and Allie Mason in the 7th - along with 2 walks and a hit batter. The only time they had 2 runners in the same inning was 7th as Leilani Niccum was hit by a pitch and reached 2nd on Mason's hit with 2 outs.

      Metro's Dharby McGee struck out 7 in getting the win while Jessica Jarecki's tough-luck season continued as she fell to 7-12 despite giving up just the 3 hits and 1 earned run with 5 strikeouts and no walks. The Eagles have been shutout in 8 of Jeracki's losses.

     Game 2 saw a little more hitting as Metro collected 7 and the Eagles 6, but the run production was the same. Metro again played small ball for 2 of its runs.

      They scored in the 1st with a bunt single, wild pitch, stolen base, and ground out, then added another in the 3rd on a single, passed ball, and error.  Their final run in the 4th came from a single and double.

      Niccum accounted for 3 of the Eagles 6 hits, all singles, with Owens, Lauren Renk, and Alyssa Geist getting the others. Megan Horn took the loss as she struggled with her control, striking out just 1 while walking 4, hitting 1 batter, and throwing 2 wild pitches.

    The lost weekend leaves Chadron State 11-24 on the year and 9-16 in the RMAC, dropping them to 9th...percentage points behind Colorado-Colorado Springs and a game behind Black Hills and Adams State. The Eagles host Colorado School of Mines in a 4-game series this weekend.


Comments:


Back to Sports

Printer Friendly Version

Send Story to a friend.