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By David Sharp
Brashear scored seven first inning runs and powered to an 18-3 Tri-County Conference baseball win at Bevier. The October 1, 2021 match saw the Tigers (6-4, 6-3) clinch a winning fall baseball season. Carson Erwin was 3-4 batting with two runs scored and five batted in. Erwin pitched the five inning distance with five strikeouts and two walks on five hits. None of the three Wildcat runs were earned.
Jace Snelling started off the Tiger first inning rally with a one out single. Lane Stutsman plated Snelling with a base hit. Brandon Jochimsen was hit by a pitch. John Higgins singled Jochimsen in for a two run Tiger edge. Anthony Shaw singled, scoring Stutsman for a three run first inning lead.
Avery Zentz filled the bases with a hit. Lucas Keller drew an RBI walk. Jack Reeves drove in another Brashear run with a fielder’s choice. The Tigers increased their margin to 5-0 with two out in their first inning.
Carson Erwin drove Avery Zentz and Jack Reeves home with a hit for a 7-0 Brashear lead after one full inning. Lane Stutsman led off the Brashear second inning with a double.
Avery Zentz reached on an error, scoring pinch runner Clancy Noe for an 8-0 Brashear lead. Carson Erwin doubled in John Higgins and Avery Zentz for a 10-0 Brashear lead.
Landen Teter walked leading off the Wildcat second inning. Joshua Wriedt followed with a hit. The Tigers saw Carson Erwin snare a line drive on the mound and throw to Jack Reeves for a second inning double play. The defensive play saved a run when Jalin Bachman followed with a Bevier base hit.
Bevier scored a two out second inning run on an error for a 10-1 Brashear lead after two complete innings. John Higgins reached base on a dropped third strike in the top of the third inning.
Wildcat relief hurler Clay Teter struck out a batter to end the inning. Garet Chiarottino was hit by a third inning pitch and scored on an error for a 10-3 Tiger advantage after three innings of play.
Lucas Keller and Avery Zentz drew walks off Clay Teter at the beginning of the fourth inning. Jack Reeves doubled both runners home for a 12-3 Brashear edge. Carson Erwin walked.
Jace Snelling stroked a two RBI double, scoring Reeves and Erwin for a 14-3 lead. Bevier brought Landen Teter in to pitch. Brandon Jochimsen drew an infield error putting Tigers on first and third base. Nate Triplett got on base via an error, loading the bases with nobody out.
John Higgins singled in a run. Anthony Shaw pushed another run across with a ground out. Landen Teter got a short fly ball and a grounder for the third out. Brashear led 16-3 after four innings.
Jack Reeves singled leading off the Brashear fifth inning. Carson Erwin doubled Reeves home for a 17-3 score in favor of the Tigers. Brandon Jochimsen singled home Carson Erwin for the 18-3 final.
Brashear scored 18 runs on 14 hits. Jace Snelling was 2-4 at bat with two runs scored and two driven in. Lane Stutsman was 2-4 with two runs scored and two RBI’s. John Higgins was 2-3 with two runs scored and two batted in. Avery Zentz had a hit and scored three times.
Jack Reeves was 2-4 for the Tigers with three runs scored and three batted in. Bevier scored three runs on five hits. Five different Wildcats had a hit each. Three pitchers toed the mound for Bevier.
Jalin Bachman pitched the first inning and took the loss. Bachman struck out one with two walks on six hits. Seven runs were charged to the Bevier starter. Clay Teter pitched two innings with four strikeouts and four walks on four hits. Five of the eight runs charged to Clay Teter were earned.
Landen Teter finished the game on the Wildcat hill. Landen Teter struck out two batters with no walks on four hits. Two of the three runs charged to the Bevier reliever were earned.