The Pilot Grove Tigers baseball team had a game on its hands for two innings Thursday night on the road against the Glasgow Yellowjackets.
After pushing across one run in the second to lead Glasgow 1-0, the Tigers came back and exploded for 17 runs in the top-half of the third to beat the Yellowjackets by a score of 18-0 in three innings.
While the win improved Pilot Grove’s record to 6-4 overall and 3-1 in the CAC, head coach Clint Poulsen said this was a good game to break out the bats and they sure did that.  
“Most of the 14 hits we had were all good hard solid hits,” Poulsen said. “We took advantage of working the strike zone and being patient at the plate.  The only issue we had was with our baserunning getting five outs on the bases, but we got better as the game went along.  We didn't know the CAC had a 15 run rule after three innings in baseball so I didn't get as much work in for some of the younger guys as I wanted to, but Anderson Twenter was able to come in a work a perfect third inning in his first varsity pitching performance and that was great for him.  Just a good all around game that we really needed with our struggling offense this fall.”
Regan Meisenheimer and Anderson Twenter combined for the no-hit shutout for Pilot Grove. Meisenheimer picked up the win and struck out five batters while giving p no runs on no hits and no walks. Anderson Twenter then came in and pitched one inning in relief and allowed no hits, no runs and no walks while striking out two.
Kabyl McMillan took the loss for Glasgow by giving up eight runs on six hits and eight walks in 2 1/3 innings.
Pilot Grove also out-hit Glasgow 14-0, with Brady Rentel going 4-for-4 with three singles, one double and one RBI.
Regan Meisenheimer was 3-for-4 with three singles and four RBIs while Isaac Lorenz added two doubles and two RBIs, Jon Gerke with a single, double and two RBIs, Ben Glenn with two singles and three RBIs and Jacob Twenter with one single and one RBI.