A&W wins 11-4 over Imhoff’s Appliance in the second game

One day after dropping a close game against CARSTAR in Junior Babe Ruth at Twillman field in Harley park, Medical Arts  quickly turned the page to KWRT on Wednesday in another thriller.
Except this time, Medical Arts finished on the winning end by beating KWRT by a score of 7-6.
In the second game, A&W improved to 9-6 on the season by turning back Imhoff’s Appliance 11-4.
Medical Arts, improving to 4-10 on the season, opened the game with five runs in the bottom-half of the first only to have KWRT rally back with three runs in each of the second and third innings of play to go up 6-5. Unfortunately for KWRT, they never led again after that as Medical Arts plated one run in the fifth to tie the game at 6-all and then scored the go-ahead run in the sixth for the victory.
Memphis Waibel picked up the win in relief for Medical Arts while Jake Horst took the loss for KWRT. Kayle Rice started the game for Medical Arts and pitched the first-three innings, giving up three runs on three hits and five walks while striking out three batters. Waibel then came in and pitched three innings in relief and allowed three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out one batter.
For KWRT, Heath Danner started the game and pitched three innings and surrendered five runs on five hits and five walks while striking out one. Drew Vossler then came in and pitched two innings in relief and issued one run on one hit and two walks while striking out two. Then, to finish the game, Horst pitched one inning and yielded one run on one hit and three walks while striking out three.
Bryce Harris led the hitting attack in the game for Medical Arts with one single, two doubles and three RBIs. Cade Schupp had two singles and one RBI while Chandler Stonecipher and Harley Waller added one single each and Andrew Wiser, Christopher Gross and Kaullin Kosnopfal each with one RBI.
For KWRT, Harper Stock went 2-for-3 with a single, double and two RBIs. Nathaniel Krebs had one triple and two RBIs while Heath Danner, Spencer Steakley, Nick Ferrari and Kaden Weimer added one single each and Jake Horst and Brayden McFarland each with one RBI.
In the nightcap, Imhoff’s Appliance led A&W 2-1 after one complete inning but was outscored 10-2 for the rest of the game.
The big inning for A&W came in the second inning as A&W exploded for seven runs to lead Imhoff’s Appliance 8-2. A&W also put up three runs in the fifth while Imhoff’s Appliance added one run in each of the third and fourth innings of play.
Peyton Keeran was the winning pitcher in the game for A&W while Colten Collyott took the loss for Imhoff’s Appliance, who dropped to 5-9. Keeran pitched the first-four innings and gave up four runs on one hit and five walks while striking out four batters. Cale Fox then came in and pitched two innings in relief and allowed one hit and one walk while striking out two batters.
For Imhoff’s Appliance, Collyott pitched 1 2/3 innings and issued eight runs on three hits and four walks while striking out one. Nathan Platt then came in and pitched three innings and yielded three runs on one hit and six walks while striking out five. Then, to finish the game, Dawson Barnthouse pitched 1/3 inning and gave up one hit and two walks while striking out one.
A&W also out-hit Imhoff’s Appliance 5-2, with Cale Fox going 2-for-3 with a single and a triple. DaWan Lomax and Brady Stock each had one single and one RBI while Joe Walters added one single, Peyton Keeran with three RBIs and Brinley Samer with one RBI.
For Imhoff’s Appliance, Jamesian McKee and Brayden Page each had one single while Noah Kee drove in one run.