Western Michigan Christian ends long baseball drought with victory over North Muskegon

Local Sports Journal

Western Michigan Christian’s 19-game losing streak at the hands of the North Muskegon Norsemen ended on Monday night at Warrior Field.

Two unearned runs for WMC broke a 4-all tie and gave the Warriors a 6-4 victory in a nonleague baseball game.

North Muskegon grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first inning, but WMC came back to score three in the bottom of the second with the benefit of just one hit.

The game was tied at 4-all in the sixth, but WMc scoring two unearned runs to complete the game’s scoring.

Warrior pitcher Austin Sandin allowed seven hits and struck out one. Logan Waller had a double and a single and knocked in two runs while fellow sophomore Eric Bourdo had two singles. Sandin and Henry DeKam had a single and an RBI each.

Adam Edick led NM with two singles while Adrian Anderson scored two runs and Reese McCamant, who suffered the loss in relief, knocked in two runs. NM has lost four game in a row.

 

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