3/03/23: Cole Engstrom pitched a gem, earning the victory on the mound for Redwood JV. Cole went five and two-thirds innings, allowing no runs on three hits, striking out four. Zach Davis came in to finish off the win, striking out the last two batters in the 7th inning. Along with pitching, Redwood’s defense was almost flawless, making just one error.
Redwood got on the scoreboard in the 3rd inning as Carter Capobianco scored from 2B on a single up the middle by TJ Beck. Redwood up 1-0.
In the 5th inning, Redwood struck again with a two out rally. Carter Capobianco singled to center, stole second, and with an infield single by TJ Beck and a Casa Grande error, scored Redwood’s 2nd run. Ryan Scott followed with a single, scoring TJ Beck. Redwood up 3-0.
The next inning, Miles Harrison reached 1B on an infield single, and later in the inning, Kiran Murray put the ball in play, allowing Miles Harrison to score. Redwood up 4-0.
In the 7th inning, Carter Capobianco and TJ Beck again found themselves on base due to a single and bunt single by TJ Beck. Ryan Scott drove both base runners in with a single to center field. Redwood up 6-0.
Casa Grande attempted a comeback in the seventh inning, scoring two runs. But Redwood’s Zach Davis shut them down, striking out the last two batters.
Five Redwood players recorded multi-hit games, Carter Capobianco 2-4, Ryan Scott 2-4, Miles Harrison 2-4, Jordan Kimball 2-3, and TJ Beck 4-4. Ryan Scott recorded 3 RBIs, and TJ Beck 1 RBI.