After a full month of practicing inside, the Bunceton Dragons baseball team finally had a game to record in the books Tuesday night after beating the Jamestown Eagles in a doubleheader by the scores of 12-0 and 7-1.
Kyle Held picked up the win in the first game against Jamestown by giving up just four hits and one walk while striking out eight. Kyler Tucker, meanwhile, pitched three innings in relief and struck out eight batters while walking two. Tucker was also the winning pitcher in the nightcap.
As for the hitting for both games, Held, Jacob Clevenger and Ashton Campbell each had three hits while Will Twenter, Tucker and Darrel Davis added two hits each and Andrew Pritchett with one hit.