Wayne Ponies both secure seventh win of season

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Before going their separate ways for weekend tournament competition, both Wayne Pony youth baseball teams took to the road on Thursday, June 13th for Tri County League play.

The Wayne Blue Ponies visited Pender while Wayne White traveled to Oakland.

In Pender, Wayne Blue won 8-6 to improve to 7-2 overall (7-1 Tri County League play).

Wayne Blue led 1-0 after the second inning before Pender tied the game at 5-5 following the third inning. Wayne Blue then regained the lead thanks to a 3-1 fifth and held onto the 8-6 win while also outhitting Pender, 8-6.

Aiden Peterson singled, doubled, drove in two runs and scored twice while Grant Reeg singled, drove in a run and scored.

Spencer Moormeier and Liam Rockhill both singled and drove in a run; Kash Haase singled and scored twice; Trecyn Ocampo and Black Smith both singled and scored as Reece Ames scored.

Ames (49 pitches) picked up the win in two innings of relief allowing one run off two hits while striking out five batters, walking two and hitting one. Smith started the opening four innings allowing five runs (two earned) off four hits while striking out six batters, walking one and hitting one. Moormeier (21) earned the save in the final inning striking out three batters and walking one.

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From Oakland, the Wayne White Ponies won 28-0 to now sit 7-1 on the season.

Wayne White scored three runs in the first inning, 15 in the second and 10 more runs in the third inning to win 28-0 and outhit Oakland, 15-0.

Maddux Heithold singled twice, tripled, drove in five runs and scored four runs; William Patefield singled, doubled, tripled, drove in four runs and scored four times as Parker Zara singled twice, doubled, drove in three runs and scored three times.

Evan Greve singled, drove in two runs and scored twice; Easton Endicott and Camden Hall both singled, drove in two runs and scored; Tate Holz singled, drove in a run and scored; Angel Chavez singled, drove in a run and scored twice; Noah Magnuson singled, drove in a run and scored three times; Cameron Ellyson scored three runs as Colston Starzl and Remyngton Rager both scored twice.

Magnuson (39 pitches) picked up the complete game shutout, no-hit victory in three innings striking out five batters and walking one.