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Recap - Outlaws score season-high 13 to best Hawkeyes

The Oneonta Outlaws maintained a firm grasp on the Mayor’s Cup with a 13 to 1 win over the visiting Cooperstown Hawkeyes at Damaschke Field on Wednesday evening. This was the Outlaws fourth consecutive win.

The Outlaws enjoyed one of their finest offensive evenings in recent history scoring 13 runs off 19 hits. There were no weak spots in the lineup as hits and runs were produced from top to bottom, including two innings in which the squad batted around. Notable contributors include Zander Wiel (Vanderbilt) who had three hits, four RBI and two runs, Forrest Johnson (Notre Dame) had three hits, three RBI and two runs, Zach Lucas (Louisville) had three hits, two runs and an RBI, Cody Hough (UC Riverside) had two hits, two RBI and a run and Shane Crain (Louisville) who had two hits and two runs. Crain improved his average to .397, which places him third in the league.

Starting pitcher Taylor Hicks (Georgia) threw seven shut-out innings with only four hits before the Outlaws broke out with one run off four hits in the eighth inning. Colter Bostick (Midland) came in for relief to shut down the Cooperstown rally. This was Hicks first win of the season against three previous loses.

Cooperstown hitters had a rough evening scoring only one run, but did pick up eight hits, with Jacob Hubert (Laredo C.C.) having two hits, an RBI and two stolen bases, while Chris Blanton (Cal State Monterey Bay) and Quinn Pippin (Tulane) each picked up two hits.

The final line score for the evening was Cooperstown 1 run, 8 hits and 3 errors and for Oneonta 13 runs, 19 hits and 1 error.

The Outlaws will be on the road the next two nights before returning to Damachke Field on Saturday for a matchup with the league leading Amsterdam Mohawks. The game is sponsored by CSEA and is free admission for all fans. The game time is 7:00pm, again admission is free.



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