PETTISVILLE – After being shut out the day before by the Edon Bombers, the North Central Eagles were able to bounce back on April 23rd as they downed Pettisville 10-0 in five innings. North Central jumped out to a 3-0 lead after the first inning and cruised the rest of the way. The win creates a four way tie atop the Buckeye Border Conference between the Eagles, Blackbirds, Bombers and Stryker as each team has one loss.
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Fresh off his no-hitter on April 15th, Kole Peterson was dominant once again. The senior right-hander allowed just three hits, while fanning 10 and walking two in his five innings.
Noah Miller started for Pettisville lasting just 1/3 inning while allowing three runs on five hits. Cam Norris pitched the next three frames and was charged with five runs on five hits, struck out three, and walked a pair. Tate Kauffman finished being touched up for two runs on four hits, two K’s, and two bases on balls.
Peterson had a big day at the plate as well doubling and singling to drive in three runs. Colton Pilmore also collected three RBI with three singles. Josh Sawyer sent two across the dish with two doubles and a single. With the win North Central squares their record at 6-6 overall and 3-1 in the BBC.
For Pettisville, Logan Nofziger doubled while Norris and Kauffman each singled.
Runs / Hits / Errors
North Central 10 – 13 – 0
Pettisville 0 – 3 – 0
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