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Pitching, Small Ball Lift Redmond to 5-0 Win Over Kentwood

By Mustang News 03/14/2019, 11:00am PDT

Three big pitching performances and a little small ball lifted Redmond to a 5-0 victory over Kentwood on Wednesday, as the Mustangs closed out preseason play at home.

Landon Thompson and Calvin Cadman each threw three innings and Colin Curry pitched the seventh, ending the game with a strikeout.

Cadman earned the win in a contest that moved quickly and showed that situational work in practice pays off.

Redmond opened the scoring in the second after a single by Duncan Warriner and a long double by Hunter Petit put runners on second and third. Warriner scored on a fielders choice to put the Mustangs up 1-0.

In the third, Dustin Lennon-Jones walked and Yui Suzuki beat out a bunt for a base hit. Both advanced on a sacrifice bunt by Darek Khabani, and Suzuki scored from third on a sacrifice fly by Spencer Uyematsu.

Aggressive baserunning helped Redmond put up three runs in the sixth. After Uyematsu reached on a fielders choice and Tristan Rosell walked, both runners advanced on steals. Ryan Rembisz singled to drive in Uyematsu to make it 3-0.

With Ben Chenevert at the plate, Rembisz and Rosell pulled off a double steal to score another run, and a Chenevert single brought in Rembisz to make it 5-0 Mustangs.

Timely defense kept Kentwood in check all game. Suzuki tracked down a long fly to center to end a threat in the first, and Petit gunned out a runner trying to steal second in fifth. Shifting from catcher to first base, Petit made a diving stop to take away extra bases in the seventh.

Redmond opens the KingCo 4A season against Eastlake on Monday, March 18, at 4 p.m. The game will take place at Redmond High School and include a special dedication event for the new turf baseball and softball fields.

Mustangs Ride Big Inning to 8-1 Win Over Cedarcrest

By Mustang News 03/09/2019, 7:15pm PST

A double by Yui Suzuki scored Mitchell Tiglon and sparked an 8-run outburst in the bottom of the 5th inning as Redmond pulled away to an 8-1 win over Cedarcrest today at the newly renovated Redmond High School baseball field.

Ben Chenevert earned the victory on the hill for Redmond. He surrendered one run on one hit over three innings, striking out three and walking one.

Chenevert helped his cause at the plate with two hits, including an RBI double.

Neither team mustered much offense until the 5th. Redmond starter Duncan Warriner held Cedarcrest to one hit and no runs over three innings, striking out four.

The Red Wolves broke through with a run against Chenevert in the top of the 5th on a single, hit by pitch, and an error before catcher Tristan Rosell and shortstop Spenser Uyematsu combined on a big inning-ending double play.

Redmond answered in the bottom of the inning when Tiglon walked, Chenevert singled, and Suzuki doubled to tie the score at 1-1. Colin Curry singled to drive in the go-ahead run, and a wild pitch and error led to two more Redmond scores. A sacrifice fly by Ryan Rembisz put the Stangs up 5-1, and RBI doubles by Tiglon and Chenevert capped the scoring at 8-1.

The Mustangs wrap up the preseason at home versus Kentwood on March 13 at 6 p.m. before beginning KingCo 4A play on March 18 against Eastlake.

Green & Gold Game Scheduled for March 2

By Mustang News 02/24/2019, 1:00pm PST

The 2019 Mustang baseball season—and the first action at the newly renovated Redmond High School field—starts on Saturday, March 2, with the annual Green & Gold Game.

The Green & Gold Game is a scrimmage between the JV and Varsity teams and wraps up the week of tryouts and practice. Each squad’s pitchers face their own batters.

First pitch is at noon and there’s sun in the forecast.

The 2019 season officially kicks off the following week with Varsity and JV jamborees on Thursday, March 7.

For complete Varsity, JV, and C-team schedules, visit the KingCo 4A site for Redmond baseball. 

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Redmond Mustang Baseball Sponsors

Please consider becoming a sponsor of Mustang baseball! Your support goes straight to offset expenses for the Redmond High School baseball program, and supports youth sports in our community. Contact Tim Uyematsu of the Redmond Baseball Booster Club, a 501(c)(3) organization

Redmond Mustang Baseball Sponsors

Please consider becoming a sponsor of Mustang baseball! Your support goes straight to offset expenses for the Redmond High School baseball program, and supports youth sports in our community. Contact Tim Uyematsu of the Redmond Baseball Booster Club, a 501(c)(3) organization

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