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4/17/2013 9:52:00 AM
Chelan baseball breaks losing streak
Aaron Shramm swings for a hit.
Aaron Shramm swings for a hit.

Kacie Thrift
Assistant Editor


The Chelan baseball team went 2-1 in the CTL last week losing to Cashmere on the road and beating Omak in a doubleheader.
The Goats traveled to Cashmere on April 9, to continue CTL play with a 9-1 loss to the undefeated in league Bulldogs. Chelan pitcher Aaron Schramm started on the mound against Cashmere giving the normally top notch offensive team a run for their money.
In the third inning the Bulldogs rallied against Schramm to score three runs, knocking the starting pitcher out of the game. Schramm was relieved by pitcher Jared Anderson, who according to Chelan Head Coach Steve Kline, had a good pitching performance.
"It was another tough game to watch," Kline said. "Numerous mental running mistakes, numerous physical errors, combined with lack of hustle, cost us."
The Bulldogs were able to earn nine runs on six hits, five errors, and six walks. The Goats, who were forced to hit against Cashmere senior pitcher Devin Knight, had one run on five hits, seven walks, and one Cashmere error. Knight walked five batters, but gave up only one hit in his four innings of pitching.
It was a breakout day for the Goats on April 13, as they went 2-0 against the Omak Pioneers in a doubleheader. Kline said pitchers Schramm and Jesus Pascasio are rounding into form.
Schramm pitched five innings of the first game with no runs, on two hits, seven strikeouts, and one walk. Chelan won 10-0. Pascasio, Kyle Johnson, and Schramm all went 2-for-4. Luke Gleasman went 2-for-2 with a triple.
Pascasio ptched the second game with 10 strikeouts, two walks, and three hits. Jared Anderson pitched the last two innings with two no hits, three strikeouts, and two walks. Chelan won the second game 11-1. Johnson and Pascasio went 2-for-3 and Anderson went 2-for-4 with a double.
The Goats play against Cascade April 17, on the road at 4:30 p.m. On April 20, Chelan will host a doubleheader against CTL team Okanogan starting at 11 a.m.
Kacie Thrift may be reached at 682-2213 or editor@lakechelanmirror.com.





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