Varsity dominates James Logan

4/7: Varsity had a few days off over Spring Break to collect themselves after the disaster that was the last Novato game. Everyone hoped that the team would bounce back from that tough loss. The Giants ventured out to Cowboy country (Livermore High) to participate in the James Logan tournament. The first team they drew was James Logan, who came in with a 4-7 record. JL appeared to be a below average ballclub, so Redwood figured to have an opportunity to win this one easily without much fuss. The Giants did indeed take care of business, winning 5-0.

Rory Minty got the start on the mound and he pitched very well. Over six shutout innings, he only gave up 4 hits and 2 walks, with 1 HBP. Johnny Bayler came on in the seventh in relief and closed things out, completing the shutout.

The Giants tallied 10 hits. Top performers were Charlie Welch and Matty Jessen, both with 2 hits.

With the win, the Giants now stand at 12-4 overall, 8-2 in MCAL.

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