Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Madison Cats pound Wranglers twice

July stretch gets busy

    “Madison really came out swinging,” said Wood River American Legion head coach Trent Seamons about Monday’s visit of the Madison Cats to Hailey’s Founders Field for an Area C “A” doubleheader.
    The Upper Valley Cats pounded out 17 hits in the opening game and posted a 20-8 run-rule, five-inning victory. The Rexburg-based team of 15-18 year olds kept swinging in the nightcap and swept the non-conference twinbill 12-1.
    In the opening game, five of the eight Wood River runs were unearned as the Wranglers (5 hits) couldn’t make much happen and didn’t make the plays defensively. Bryce John scored three runs and catcher Nick Brunker stroked two hits.
    For Madison, each starter had at least a hit off of three Wrangler pitchers.
    Wood River (9-10, 3-3 home) absorbed its most lopsided setbacks going into a tough six-game, three-day stretch of games. The Wranglers (4-4 division) visited Pocatello Razorbacks Tuesday and go to Bear Lake today, Wednesday, both for West Division games.

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