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Rye High School Baseball Beat
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Daniel Indgjer, #10 got a triple and drove #4 Jackson Ortiz home on Tuesday, April 2 vs John Mall during the first game of a double-header. Rye won the home conference games 22-0 and 16-0. Rye traveled east for neutral conference games against Rocky Ford and Holly on Saturday, April 6 and had two more walk-a-way wins. The T-Bolts beat both Rocky Ford 11-0 and Holly 10-0. Indgjer had 1 run, 1 at bats and 1 plate appearance vs John Mall; .667 on base percentage, 1 hit and 2 RBI's vs Rocky Ford; and then .667 on base percentage, 1 hit and 1 RBI vs Holly. The T-Bolts are 6-1 overall.
 
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On Tuesday, April 2nd, Rye High Schoolís baseball team hosted rival John Mallís team in a double-header. Craver Middle School seventh grader Taylor Kenney provided a beautiful rendition of our national anthem to get things started.

Game One had Coach Stacie Graham starting Senior hurler Damon Elarton, who provided a stellar performance from the mound. Elerton pitched two strong innings, with a long break in-between, and was subsequently relieved by Junior Robert Buford. Rye hitters were on their game, rocketing shot after shot off John Mallís pitchers. Once the score was 22-0, the game was called. According to CHSSA rules, a twenty run or more deficit after three innings ends the game.

In game Two, Coach Graham started Junior Brice Benz. Rye won this shortened game 16-1. Benz shut down John Mallís hitters for two innings, and was relieved by Freshman Brock Benz and Senior Jackson Ortiz. John Mall did manage a walk and three hits in this contest, which contributed to their only run of the day. This game also ended early due to the score discrepancy.

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