Panthers lose pitching battle to Chargers

PLYMOUTH – In a wellplayed baseball game, Sussex Hamilton defeated the Plymouth Panthers, 3-0, in nonconference play Saturday afternoon at the PHS diamond.

The loss dropped the Panthers’ record to 1-3 while the Chargers improved to 3-1.

The pitching for both teams was strong. Two Charger hurlers combined on a four-hitter, with Drew Schreihart notching the win. He threw four innings and surrendered four hits and one walk while striking out four. Charger starter Alex Saunders pitched three innings and walked none, hit a batter and fanned three.

Holden Reilly started on the mound for PHS and took the loss. Reilly gave up three runs (two earned) on four hits with three walks and three Ks. Michael Troka pitched two frames – allowing one hit and no walks while fanning none.

Taylor Struve led PHS in hits with two.

Patton Germann paced the Chargers in hits with two. Sam Herriges led in RBIs with two.

“We played pretty well. We just didn’t string together enough hits to support our pitchers,” said Panther head coach Butch Cain.

“Holden and Michael pitched well. Their pitchers were effective. They kept the ball down in the zone.”

The teams combined for only one error.

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