Twin Cities 9, Bridgeport 0 – SRs
Trent Richter twirled a no-hitter for the Twin Cities Zephyrs in its 9-0 win over Bridgeport Thursday. Richter threw a complete game, striking out 12 and walking just one hitter on an 89-pitch gem.
TC got on the board early with a four-run second inning highlighted by Alexis Gurrola’s RBI double and followed the frame with another pair of runs in the third to make it 6-0.
Twin Cities is 11-12 and hosts tournament play at Cleveland Field this weekend. Game one for the Z’s is Saturday at noon against Chadron followed by D’Evelyn at 5:00 pm.
Bridgeport drops to 5-12 and is among the teams in Sidney for tournament play. Bridgeport’s first game is Friday morning at 9:00 against Chappell.
Ogallala 16, Gering 10 – SRs
It was a night full of runs in Gering with a wild 16-10 game going to Ogallala in senior American Legion Baseball Thursday.
With a 10-8 lead going into the sixth it looked good for Gering until the latter innings where Ogallala scored 8 times, with six runs in the final inning to break a 10-10 tie. The teams combined for 22 hits and seven errors.
Three Ogallala hitters had 3 RBI and the lineup overcame 11 strikeouts with the help of nine walks to produce.
Chris Palomo homered for Gering, which improves to 11-12. Gering faces Hershland at noon in the Sidney Tournament on Friday to start its weekend.