Scots baseball beats Hillsdale


Aaron Pleschner throwing to first.

Scott Schulze, Staff Writer

The Carlmont varsity baseball team was able to secure another victory against Hillsdale High School.

Carlmont took an early lead on Hillsdale in the first inning, and then built upon that lead as the game progressed.

Carlmont finished the game with the score of 8-2. This brings the Scots season record to 6-1.

Hillsdale played a tough game. They also had a lot of errors, which contributed to Carlmont’s win.

Their biggest error was when their pitcher tried to get the man stealing second out, but Carlmont’s man on third took off for home base. Their second baseman decided to only try to get the man going home out, but it was already too late. Carlmont scored a run and moved a man up to second base.

“[Carlmont] fought hard and played hard and overall had a good game,” said Moyle.

“Everything went well in today’s game and everyone played solid,” said Evan McClain.

McClain also said, “Greg Hubbell had a great game today and pitched really well. Our pitching was really strong today.”

For the majority of the game, the Scots were able to keep the Hillsdale team from getting players past second base.

Aaron Pleschner throwing to first.
Aaron Pleschner throwing to first.