Dexter Sweeps Ypsilanti After Long Break





The Dexter baseball team finally was able to finish a baseball game for the first time in 10 days Thursday as the Dreadnaughts swept a doubleheader from Ypsilanti 18-0 and 17-1.

The wet spring forced cancelations and twice the Dreadnaughts had started games, only to have them called because of rain as they got a game in for the first time since April 27.

It was all Dreads in the doubleheader as they scored 11 runs in the first inning of the opener and seven in the second for a three-inning mercy.

Nate Kniesteadt and Alex Mills each had two hits and two RBI, while Bryce Martin had a hit and four RBI. Trevor Feeman had a hit and two RBI, while Evan Krolewski and Kyle Sturmer each had a hit and RBI. Cameron Rosen earned the win on the mound striking out four.

Dexter scored five in the first and six in the fourth to cruise to the 17-1 win in the second game.

Feeman had two hits and two RBI to lead the offense. Zach Gulleckson and Owen James had two hits and an RBI each, while Ethan Wing had a hit and two RBI. Martin and Sturmer each collected a hit and RBI. Four pitchers combined to allow one hit and strike out five.

The Dreads improved to 12-6 overall and 8-4 in the SEC White.





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