EDMESTON – The Edmeston PONY League team ripped into their visitors from Greene this past week, for a 10-3 win at home.
Edmeston defended their home on Thursday, June 15, recording three hits for 10 runs against the error riddled Greene squad – four errors.
“Nate Jennings had a triple and 2 RBIs in the bottom half of the first for Edmeston, helping Edmeston jump out to a 4-0 lead,” said Edmeston PONY League head coach Jay Lyon. “Greene chipped away with two runs in the third and one in the fourth before giving up four in the fifth.”
Edmeston had climbed to a 6-0 lead after the second inning, all before Greene was able to secure some solid production. Still down 6-3 – after the aforementioned Greene comeback attempt – Edmeston buried Greene with a four-run inning in the fifth.
The game was called after the top of the sixth inning due to darkness, as Edmeston earned the win at home.
Taking the loss for Greene was Trent Rapp – while Parker Robinson earned the win on the mound for Edmeston.
Despite having four hits between the two squads in the game, 13 runs were scored. Hogan Ludolph had Greene’s only hit in the fourth inning – Ludolph and Trent Rapp both had RBIs for Greene. Edmeston saw Garret Lum record a double, while Nate Jennings snagged a triple.
Edmeston (2-0) hosts Oxford this coming Thursday, June 22, while Greene (0-1) hosts Oxford Tuesday, June 20.