Seniors Drew Bies, Dylan Woodbury, and Andrew Hall limit the Totems to two runs
The Redmond Mustangs visited Bannerwood Park on Wednesday night to take on the Sammamish Totems. The game was tight for six innings until the Mustangs erupted for seven runs in the 7th resulting in a 10-2 win.
Starting pitcher Dylan Woodbury was staked to an early lead of 3-0 after Redmond scored two runs in the second inning and one in the third. Woodbury continually worked out of jams escaping bases loaded situations in the first and fourth innings. He allowed five hits while striking out five in his four innings of work. Senior Andrew Hall tossed two scoreless innings in the 5th and 6th as Drew Bies came on in the 7th to get the final three outs.
The offense showed up in a big way for the Mustangs as nine different players collected a hit in a 17 hit outburst. Jack Vonderhaar and Spencer Uyematsu led the charge with three hits apiece. Alex Astorga, Grant South, David Gibons, and Yui Suzuki each chipped in with two hits respectively.
The win pushes the Mustangs to 7-3 in conference and above the .500 mark on the season (8-7). Friday night, Redmond hosts first place Bellevue (8-1) at Hartman Park at 6 pm. It should be an electric night. Be there!