North Webster shuts out Summerfield, develop to 18-6

North Webster shuts out Summerfield, develop to 18-6
North Webster’s Logan Vidrine makes a throw to primary on the run in a game the 2009 season. Vidrine helped the Knights defeat Summerfield to improve their history to 18-6 this season. Robert Summerlin/Courtesy Photo
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North Webster shuts out Summerfield, improve to 18-6

By Blake Office – Apr 14, 2016 174 0






    SUMMERFIELD – The North Webster Knights (18-6, 1-0 District 1-3A) taped their second shutout in as numerous games, blanking the Summerfield Rebels in a non-district contest Wednesday night for earn No. 18 this season.

    North Webster shuts out Summerfield, develop to 18-6
    North Webster’s Logan Vidrine takes its throw to first away from home in a game earlier this year. Vidrine helped the Knights overcome Summerfield to improve their record for you to 18-6 this season. Robert Summerlin/Courtesy Photo

    The Knights’ bats determined contact all night, led by simply Kade Garmany’s stellar performance (3-4, triple, only two singles, 4 RBIs). Garmany got aid at the dish from Blake Atchley who seem to finished 2-3 with a single, twice and 3 RBIs.

    Good pitching has become a concept this year for the Knights, together with Wednesday was no exception, along with Connor McClure and Hayden Corbell combining for the shutout.

    McClure begun the game and gave Northern Webster three innings of three-hit baseball, walking none. Corbell pitched the final not one but two frames, striking out a number of batters, walking three along with allowing no runs to help preserve the shutout.

    Riley Orr and Clay courts Mahaffey each went 2-3 with a two of singles and an RBI for the Knights, Logan Vidrine had an RBI double, Big t.J. Carter doubled in addition to McClure helped his cause over the mound with an RBI single. Patrick Modisette added a single for North Webster.

    The Knights have an important, section matchup Thursday at Mansfield in order to get to 2-0 in district 1-3A. Mansfield plus North Webster will get underway with 6 p.m., imminent the weather.

    Lady Knights

    The North Webster Lady Knights ended their regular season Friday with a 6-3 victory over Taylor (AR).

    The Sweetheart Knights finish the regular time of year as champions in section 1-3A with an overall record of 14-12.

    Against Taylor, North Webster got a boost from senior Shay Smith who bending and drove in two flows. Smith finishes the regular period with an impressive .416 average, very best on the team.

    Madeline Farley went 3-4 together with three singles and One RBI, followed by Jaslyn Winkler with two personals. Tiffani Winkler had an RBI single. Aubryn Rasberry additional an RBI. Lindsey O’Neal and Brianna Murray added personals for the Lady Knights.

    Farley frequency all seven innings for a complete match, striking out four players, giving up six hits without earned runs.

    North Webster will anticipate the announcement of the LHSAA playoff pairings, expected later today.

    The Sweetheart Knights finished the season in No. 14 in the Course 3A power ratings.