Rebels smack Mustangs 12-1 in high school baseball
Kollin Stone belted a three-run fourth inning triple and finished with five runs batted in to lead Riverside to a 12-1 victory over Buffalo Island Central in 2A-3 conference baseball action Thursday afternoon at Lake City.
Stone's three bagger highlighted the Rebel's six run fourth inning, putting the game away. Stone finished the day 2-4 and also scored a run.
Devon Austin and Caden Barrett both had a pair of hits while driving in two runs apiece. Dillon Turner also had a pair of hits, drove in a run and scored twice. Gavin Stone, Izzy Garcia and Matthew Fraser all singled while Luke Baker scored twice.
Austin picked up the win, going five innings, allowing five hits and one unearned run. The senior right hander fanned five and issued a pair of base on balls.
BIC got its only run in the first inning on an RBI single by Andrew McFarlin, scoring Dax Hurst who had walked. Canon Walling had a pair of singles for the Mustangs while Austin Pike and Chayse Carmichael added a hit apiece.
Brandon Towery took the loss, pitching 3 2/3 innings. The southpaw gave up 11 runs, 10 hits and four walks while striking out one. Logan Harrison pitched 1/3 of an inning, allowing one run and one hit.
The Rebels began the week with a 12-4 win Monday afternoon at Marked Tree.
Larry Tilley (5-0) pitched six innings to earn the win. Tilley fanned eight, walked three while giving up three earned runs on eight hits.
Turner had a pair of singles, drove in two runs and added three stolen bases while Kollin Stone had a single, a double and stole three bases. Garcia singled, doubled and drove in a run. Gavin Stone singled twice while adding an RBI and a pair of steals while Fraser hammered a double.
The Rebels routed Rector 11-0 Wednesday afternoon at Lake City. Kollin Stone improved his record to 4-0, allowing just one hit in the four inning run-ruled game. Stone struck out three and walked two.
Gavin Stone singled twice and belted a two-run double while driving in three runs to lead Riverside offensively. Luke Baker singled twice and delivered an RBI while Turner added a two-run single