Varsity baseball wins against Jefferson at Fifth Third Field

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Varsity baseball wins against Jefferson at Fifth Third Field

Senior Zach Schroeder pitches during the Fifth Third Field game against Jefferson High School. The Trojans won the game, which is an annual fundraiser, 13-3.

Senior Zach Schroeder pitches during the Fifth Third Field game against Jefferson High School. The Trojans won the game, which is an annual fundraiser, 13-3.

Jaylynn Struth

Senior Zach Schroeder pitches during the Fifth Third Field game against Jefferson High School. The Trojans won the game, which is an annual fundraiser, 13-3.

Jaylynn Struth

Jaylynn Struth

Senior Zach Schroeder pitches during the Fifth Third Field game against Jefferson High School. The Trojans won the game, which is an annual fundraiser, 13-3.

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MHS varsity baseball team crushed Jefferson High School 13-3 on Friday, April 25, at Fifth Third Field in Toledo. The teams play against each other at the Mud Hens home field every year as a promotional fundraiser. The game stopped play after six innings, due to the mercy rule.

Junior Trent Hall led the Trojans in hitting with 2 RBI’s. Senior Noah Parrot added a two-run double to the victory as well.

Senior Zach Schroeder won his first game pitching on the varsity mound.

Junior Wyatt Head had a great game with two stolen bases and two runs

Sophomore Adam Baltrip said the team enjoyed the experience.

“It was a very big field but a great time,” Baltrip said.

This is Baltrip’s first year on the varsity team. He had both a double and a triple during the game.

“We prepared for the game with just coming on the field and having a good time,” Baltrip added.

This is Head Coach Nate Hoffman’s first year coaching varsity baseball. Hoffman said the team prepared for the game like they would a game at home.

“We didn’t prepare for the game differently from any other game. You just get used to playing 90 feet by 90 feet by 90 feet by 90 feet, and each day trying to get better at the little things,” said Hoffman.

Briella Stahl, a student who attended the game, said watching the boys at Fifth Third field was a great time.

“It was such a good time going to support our school, and it was a super fun game to watch,” Stahl said.

 

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