Photo by Daniel Kucin. Clay Schrader earned his second win of the season to finish off Akron and go up 3-1 in the Baysox first home series of the year.
Published on: Friday, April 19, 2013
By Daniel Kucin
Riverdale Baptist baseball bests St. Joseph
Riverdale Baptist’s baseball team dominated St. Joseph 5-2 Saturday. Ryan Selmer was nominated as the player of the game for his mastery on the mound. Selmer allowed only two hits, a walk, and struck out 10 batters to secure his fourth win of the season. Riverdale Baptist is undefeated at home and has only dropped one game so far this season.
Stags snag win over Bishop Ireton
DeMatha’s baseball team earned its 13th win of the season Saturday against Bishop Ireton. Junior infielder Antonio Rosanova had two hits and two RBIs on three appearances at the plate for the Stags. Sophomore Brad Thaxton also put a run on the board with a hit, including two doubles in the impressive win.
Bowie State University basketball standout Byron Westmorland received a prestigious honor earlier this week for his outstanding play at his position. The senior was recently selected as an All-American for the Boxtoro first team. Westmorland was also named the CIAA Basketball Tournament Most Valuable Player. He led the conference in 3-pointers made, and he led the Bulldogs to championship glory this year.
Baysox finish first home series with three wins
The Bowie Baysox finished up their first home stand of the season winning three of their four matches against Akron on Sunday. Pitcher Clay Schrader secured his second win of the season against the Aeros. The lefty pitched two and one-third innings, and had two strikeouts in a convincing win to put the Baysox at the top of their conference.