Riverdogs swing hot bats in league rout


ALEX FEUDNER, Howards Grove Riverdog catcher, tags out Chilton’s Kevin Broeckel trying to score from second in Sunday’s baseball game. – Photo by Jodi Steines ALEX FEUDNER, Howards Grove Riverdog catcher, tags out Chilton’s Kevin Broeckel trying to score from second in Sunday’s baseball game. – Photo by Jodi Steines CHILTON – The Howards Grove Riverdogs opened the second half of the East Shore Baseball League season with a bang as they rolled past the Chilton ACs, 18-1, here Sunday afternoon.

The Riverdogs banged out 15 hits, led by Ashton Holzman and Dylan Callahan with three each. Every HG player had at least one hit and one RBI. Cole Reinemann had team-high four RBIs.

Holzman, Reinemann and Alex Feudner drilled one double each for the Riverdogs.

HG raised its season record to 7-2 and Chilton fell to 3-7. The game ended after seven innings due to the 10-run rule.

The Riverdogs exploded for seven runs in the top of the third inning to build a 10-1 lead. HG collected six hits in the frame.

Austin Edge was the winning pitcher. Edge started and went six innings – allowing one earned run on four hits with two walks and four strikeouts. Edge allowed only one baserunner after the first.


NOAH STEINES of the Howards Grove Riverdogs steals second as Chilton shortstop Kevin Broeckel attempts a tag in Sunday’s baseball game. ACs second baseman Matt Meyers backs up the play. – Photo by Jodi Steines NOAH STEINES of the Howards Grove Riverdogs steals second as Chilton shortstop Kevin Broeckel attempts a tag in Sunday’s baseball game. ACs second baseman Matt Meyers backs up the play. – Photo by Jodi Steines Mark Holzman pitched the seventh for HG and retired the side in order, including one strikeout.

“This was a great start to our second half. Everyone contributed offensively,” said Riverdog player-manager Mark Holzman.

“Edge settled in after the first inning. We look forward to improving our play each game, and today was the most complete game we put together all year.”

Garrett Cullen was the losing pitcher. Tim Kolbe led the ACs in hits with two, including a double.



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