May 26th – Dr McCormick & Dr. Molzan Indians Host Warkentins Plumbing Giants


Fans were delighted to see that the rain held off long enough for these young ball players to take the field and enjoy a morning of baseball.

From top to bottom and from defence to offence the Indians played extremely well. The Tribe are made up of several rookies but they displayed skill beyond their years.
Josh Cornies dominated at the catchers position and had a tremendous hit down third-base line late in the game.
Rookie-ball sophomore, Carter Dyck, flashed some serious leather as a second-baseman that prevented the Giants from several stand-up doubles.

Third-year pro, Jack McCormick was tremendous at first-base and also drove in a handful of runs by belting the ball deep into left-field.
Mitchell Myers continued his assault on the Rookie-Ball division by hammering three solid hits as well as completing an out at firstbase with an excellent catch.

Sage Stapleton was a late call-up to the bigs, but that didn’t seem to deter her as she had two solid hits in her major-league debut.
Wiley vet, Trista Bering flexed her muscles in the last inning when she sent a rocket into left-field for a stand-up double.

Griffin Dyck, also a rookie this season, recorded multiple hits and showed blazing speed on the basepaths.
Fellow rookie Matteo Ruggirello made several unassisted outs as well as provide a solid stick at the plate.
Brooke Bishop continues to blossom at the Rookie-ball level with a couple of solid outings at the plate and Brendan MacPherson, also in his first season, drove in a few runs and made some excellent scoops in the infield.

Grace Coghill put bat to ball for some great hits and also made an excellent unassisted play at first-base for an out in the middle innings.
Rachel LaRoque was acquired from the Essex ball program and it looks like the Indians are reaping the benefits from her great stick and excellent attitude on the field and in the clubhouse.
Last, but certainly not least is Noah Egglezos, the left-handed powerswinging sophomore. Noah hit the ball hard and showed great defensive skills in the field.

It looks like Indians fans are in for a treat with this collection of all-stars.
After Wednesday nights practice, the Tribe are back in action on Saturday at 9am. See you there!


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