Sterling 12, Apache 2
Sterling 11, Okarche 5
Sterling 9, Granite 0
Sterling 13, Ninnekah 1
Sterling 16, Binger 1
Sterling, 12 Blair 0
Sterling’s baseball team hosted Apache on Thursday, April 8 and came away with a 12-2 win. Sterling jumped on Apache for five runs in the first inning and never looked back. Reydon Register went three for four from the plate and scored two runs. Jayden Huitt went all six innings on the mound for the win. Sterling played Okarche on Friday, April 9, and did most of their damage in the third and fourth inning. The Tigers scored four runs in the third inning and five runs in the fifth to seal a 11-5 win.
Nate Anderson, Reydon Register and Deago Frederick all had two hits. Deago Fredrick threw a no-hitter against Granite as Sterling won the game 9-0. The Wildcats gave Deago run support scoring two runs in the first inning, five in the second inning, and two more in the third inning to take the win. Reydon Register picked up three hits on the day. Sterling’s offense exploded for 12 runs in the bottom of the first inning against Ninnekah on Saturday, April 10. Nate Anderson had three hits and Kyran Mitchell picked up the win on the mound for Sterling. The Tiger offense stayed on fire as Binger came to town on Monday, April 12. The Tigers scored one run in the first inning, four in the second inning before picking up 11 runs in the third inning to end the game by run-rule.
Nate Anderson picked up four hits and five RBI’s for the Tigers. Sterling has made a habit of ending games early and Monday’s nightcap was no different as the Tigers strung together 12 runs to take the 12-0 run-rule win over Blair. Matias Puccio and Jayden Huitt both had three RBI’s for Sterling.
Sterling 10, Olive 0
Sterling 11, Apache 14
Sterling scored four runs in the first inning, two runs in the second, and four more runs in the fourth inning to beat Olive, 10-0 on Friday., April 9. Morgan Curry and Shelby Spence both hit home runs in the win. Shelby also pitched and only allowed one hit on the day for Olive. Sterling and Apache battled back and forth on Monday, April 12, till Apache scored seven runs in the top of the sixth inning to put the game out of reach and win 14-11. Mae Curry hit a grand slam home-run for the Lady Tigers and Shelby Spence went four for five from the plate and scored two runs for Sterling.