By Andrew Christiansen
Reporter 

Small ball breaks open tight game as Warriors go on for sweep over Wolves

 

Andrew Christiansen

GOOD JUMP: Goldendale's Jacob Bischoff got a good jump to eliminate the force at second base during the seventh inning of game one. Bischoff drew his third walk of the game to lead off the seventh and later scored on a single by Daniel Bischoff.

Cle Elum-Roslyn broke open a close game with a six-run sixth inning in the opener of a double-header in Cle Elum, Saturday. J.C. Cline worked his way out of a couple of jams and scattered seven hits before the Warriors broke the game open, pressuring the Timberwolves with a bunting game. The final score was 8-2 and was the first of what would become a sweep for Cle Elum-Roslyn in the opening games of SCAC West play.

Both teams started the game with a promising first inning that left the team wanting more. Will Bostick reached base on a bobbled ball by the short stop to lead off the game. Jacob Bischoff followed with a walk and Cline drove in the first run of the game with a single to cen...



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