Split Double Header Gives Pioneers And Tigers First GOL Wins

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MILTON-FREEWATER – As the visiting Ontario Tigers took to the baseball field to meet the hometown McLoughlin Pioneers, neither team could claim a Greater Oregon League victory. At the conclusion of the day, both teams were on the board with a GOL win as the Tigers and Pioneers split the day’s double header.

MacHi was the first to take a league victory, beating Ontario 6-1 in game one. The bats were busy early with the Pioneers scoring all their runs in the initial four innings.

Cooper Yensen pitched the entire game for the Pioneers, allowing four hits and striking out eight Tigers.

Cooper Waltermire was 3-for-4 batting, driving in two runs.

Cole Harris took the loss for Ontario, going six innings, allowing six hits, three walks and striking out six Pioneers.

Ontario picked up the team’s first GOL victory with an 11-10 win in game two. With bases loaded up, Rayden Martinez had the hit to drive in three runs in the seventh for the victory.

 Abraham Becceril went 5 1/3 innings for the Tigers, allowing two hits and striking out six. James Dyas was credited with three RBIs.

Waltermire took the loss for the Pioneers, going six innings and allowing seven hits while striking out five Tigers. McLoughlin had seven errors for the game.

Izake Sanchez and Yensen both had three RBIs.

The two teams will meet again on May 13.

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