Flames crack 14 hits, beat Two Rivers


MATT SCHROEDER lines a single for the Plymouth Flames in Friday night’s baseball game versus Two Rivers. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley MATT SCHROEDER lines a single for the Plymouth Flames in Friday night’s baseball game versus Two Rivers. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – Matt Rhude went the distance to post a 6-3 win and was supported by a 14-hit attack as the Plymouth Flames defeated the Two Rivers Polar Bears, 6-3, in a nonleague baseball game Friday night at Loebe Field.

The Flames improved to 7-4 while the Polar Bears slipped to 10-2.

Rhude settled down nicely after a rough third inning which saw Two Rivers score three runs to take a 3-1 lead. The key hits were Shad Hintz’s two-run double and Derek Klarkowski’s solo home run.

Rhude blanked the Polar Bears over the final six innings – scattering six hits. For the game, he allowed three earned runs on nine hits with three walks and four strikeouts.

“It was a good nonconference win for us. Two Rivers is a good team,” said Flame manager Rick Meyer.

“It was a nice game by Matt [Rhude].”

The Flames scored three runs in the bottom of the third to take a 4-3 lead. Dusty Medved and Joel Fabian had one RBI each in the frame.

Plymouth added two insurance runs in the eighth on Greg Rhude’s double.

Matt Schroeder led the Flames’ attack with three hits. Clay Henning, Luke Held and Michael Raeder added two each. Greg Rhude had a team-high two RBIs. Medved led in runs with two.

Chris Casper, Jared Surmon and Brandon Bartels paced Two Rivers in hits with two each.

Casper took the loss. He allowed four runs (three earned) on 12 hits with one walk, a hit batter and one strikeout in five innings.


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