GRANGER — Woodward-Granger recorded a pair of lopsided wins over visiting Pleasantville Thursday in a WCAC doubleheader, with those results following a Tuesday win over host Madrid and a June 7 loss to visiting Ogden.
W-G (6-4-1, 3-2-1) trailed Thursday’s nightcap, 2-1, before playing seven runs in the bottom of the second inning en route to a 16-5 victory. The win followed a 10-1 triumph in the opener.
Christian Husmann, Collin Nardini and Don David combined for the pitching win in the second game.
Brody Nardini had a double, a single and two RBIs, with Collin Nardini adding two singles while Worth Henry had a base hit and two RBIs.
Henry went all seven innings in the first game, yielding a run on one hit and two walks. He hit two batters with pitches while striking out 12.
Nick Rees had a double and a single and scored three runs while driving in one. Brody Nardini had a double, a single and a RBI while Henry, David and Colby Tague also added hits. Tague, Henry and Husmann had RBIs, with Tanner Ramsey scoring twice, as did David.
W-G grabbed a 2-0 lead after their first at-bat in Madrid Tuesday, only to see the Tigers plate three tallies in their first trips to the dish to grab a one-run lead. The Hawks replied with three runs in the top of the second, and those proved to be the final scores of the contest, leaving W-G with a 5-3 WCAC win.
Tague tossed six innings, striking out six while walking two and hitting one. He yielded three runs on five hits, with Collin Nardini pitching one frame, striking out two and hitting two during his time on the bump.
Henry had a RBI on three singles, with Husmann hitting both a double and a single. Tague and Collin Nardini each had a RBI for W-G.
Ogden was a 9-5 winner at Hawk Field June 7.
Husmann and Brody Nardini each went three frames on the rubber, with the former allowing two runs (one earned) on two hits and the latter four runs (three earned) on three hits. David surrendered three runs on one hit in one inning of work. Husman struck out one, walked one and hit one, with Brody Nardini fanning three but walking seven while David walked three and retired one on strikes.
Husmann, David, and Brody Nardini led the attack with two singles apiece, with Henry producing a triple. Ethan Moats, Tague, and Husmann had RBIs for the Hawks.