Eastwood 11-0 after downing Woodmore, Chaminade


WOODVILLE Eastwood blasted out 17 hits and pitchers Jarod Bonfiglio and Brandon Falls combined to pitch a two-hit shutout as the Eagles blanked host Woodmore, 18-0, in Northern Buckeye Conference baseball action Friday.

On Saturday, the Eagles took a road trip to defeat Dayton Chaminade-Julienne, 6-5, and improve to 11-0. In the NBC, Eastwood is 3-0.

Through three innings against Woodmore, Bonfiglio struck out four, walked none, and allowed two hits, throwing 39 pitches, including 32 strikes, while facing the near-minimum 10 batters.

Falls struck out four, walked one, and allowed no hits or runs through two innings, facing seven batters. He threw 26 pitches, including 17 strikes.

At the plate, Case Boos was 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBIs and Ethan Rapp was 2-for-2 with a double and RBI.

The Eagles scored five runs in the first, four in the second, five in the fourth, and added four in the fifth, winning by mercy rule after five innings.

Isaac Reynolds, Andrew Badenhop, and Bonfiglio joined the hit parade with two singles each. Tristan Schuerman, Xander Greulich, Jordan Pickerel, Vincent Schwartz, Jackson Bauer, Kadyn Donnell and Colton Woodward had one base hit apiece.

The Eagles had 12 stolen bases, including three by Pickerel, two each by Bonfiglio, Schuerman, Badenhop and Donnell, and Bauer had one stolen base. Schuerman also reached on two walks.

Getting base hits for Woodmore were Quentin Trevino and Liam McCarthy. Trevino and Parker Hahn took the mound for the Wildcats with Hahn taking the loss.

On Saturday, Eastwood scored all six of their runs on the top of the fourth to defeat Chaminade, even though the Eagles were outhit, 9-6. The Eagles also overcame four errors, but Chaminade did not have an extra base hit.

Chaminade scored two runs in the bottom of the first to take an early lead, and they scored three in the bottom of the fifth, but Eastwood pitchers Badenhop and Bauer were able to preserve the win.

Badenhop struck out four, walked one, and allowed nine hits and five earned runs through 4.2 innings to get the win, while Bauer struck out three, walked four, and did not allow a hit or run through 2.1 innings in earning the save.

At the plate, Donnell was 2-for-4 with a double and RBI, Bauer and Badenhop had doubles, and Boos and Woodward had base hits. Schuerman successfully laid down a sacrifice bunt.

For Chaminade, J.P. Peltier, Charlie Hoagland, and Patrick Gonter-Dray were 2-for-4 and Issiac Sullivan, Jacob Brunner, and Connor Kadel had base hits.

Kadel had two sacrifice bunts and Peltier, Brunner, Gonter-Dray and Sullivan had stolen bases. Chaminade left eight runners on base to the Eagles’ six.

Sulllivan started on the mound for Chaminade, striking out two, walking five, and allowing five hits and all six earned runs to take the loss. Leo Switalksi-Lail closed the final 3.1 innings, striking out five, walking three, and allowing one hit and no runs.

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