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Knights tame Tigers 12 to 6

By Doug Hutzleman 05/28/2021, 7:00pm EDT

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The Wright Knights and Dayton Tigers squared off at Gastineau Field Thursday evening. The Tigers went down in order in the top of the first.  The Knights scored first, tallying 2 runs in the bottom of the inning when third baseman Anthony Turner reached base on an error with 2 outs.  Next batter Jordan Ogle tripled on a ball over the left fielder's head, scoring Turner.  Ogle scored on a single by catcher Parker Liston. 

The Tigers got on the board in the top of the third inning when they batted around.  Using 3 hits, and 2 walks and a Knights error,  they plated 6 runs.  Brock and Gage Kitchens each doubled and Brad Marsh singled in the inning.  Those would be the only runs the Tigers would score in the game.  

Down 6-2 in the bottom of the third the Knights bounced back with7 runs in the frame .Matt Fryman, Anthony Turner, and Troy Philo each registered singles in the inning and Anthony Jackson doubled.  The Knights added to their lead in the bottom of the fourth when Matt Fryman singled and Anthony Turner walked. They were able to advance on several passed balls.  Fryman scored on a passed ball and Turner scored on a single by Parker Liston.  The Knights scored their 12th and final run in the fifth.  A base hit by Brandon Rexin and 2 more passed balls advanced Rexin to third base.  He was brought home in by Troy Philo   

Matt Fryman led the Knights with 2 hits while Anthony Turner and Parker Liston each had 2 RBI's  Turner also scored 3 runs.  Tyler Philo was the winning pitcher Jordan Ogle and Kyle Evans also pitched scoreless innings for the Knights while Carlos Grabeman took the loss for the Tigers.

 

 

Knights

Matt Fryman  3 AB / 2 singles 2 runs scored 1 RBI

Anthony Jackson 3 AB / 1 double 1 run scored

Anthony Turner - 2 AB / 1 single / 1 walk/ 3 runs / 2 RBI

Jordan Ogle - 1 AB / 1 triple/ 1 HBP/ 2 runs 1 RBI

Tyler Philo - 1 AB /0 hits /0 runs/0RBI

Parker Liston - 3 AB / 2 singles/0 runs/ 2 RBI's/ 1 K

Brody Dunlevy - 2 AB / 1 single / 1 run/

Rich Navratil - 2 AB / 0 hits / 0runs

Brandon Rexin - 2 AB/ 1 hit / 1 walk/2 runs

Kyle Evans - 1 AB/ 0 hits / 1 walk/ 0 runs/ 1 K

Doug Hutzelman 1 AB/ 0 hits/0 runs

Matt Fisher - 1 AB / 0 hits/ 1 walk/0 runs/ 1K

Troy Philo - 1 AB/ 1 hit/ 0 runs/1 RBI

Zach Gomia - 3 AB/0 hits/1 run/1 SB 

Also played with no AB - Ian Hutzelman

 

Tigers

Brock Kitchens - 4 AB/ 1 hit/ 1 run

Brad Marsh - 3 AB/1 double/ 1 walk/1 run/ 1 RBI/1 K

Aaron Kanthak - 3 AB/0 hits/ 1 walk/ 1 run/ 1 K

Connor Budurka - 2 AB / 1 single/1 walk/1 run/ 

Gabe Kitchens - 3 AB / 1 double/ 1 run/2 RBI's

Jeremy Liddy - 2 AB / 0 hits /1 walk / 1 K

Jacob Espinosa - 2 AB / 1 hit/ 0 runs/ 1 HBP/ 1 K

Nate Badin - 2 AB/0 hits/ 1 walk / 2 K's 

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W/L Record

Year Wins Losses
2019 8 16
2018 7 17
2017 12 12
2016 10 12
2015 12 14
2014 9 18
2013 10 17

All-Stars

Year Players
2019 Jerel Bristol, Connor Bishop, Richard Navratil, Tyler Philo, Tom Ricciardi
2018 Jerel Bristol, Alec Hutzelman, Connor Bishop, Richard Navratil
2017 Alec Hutzelman, Jerel Bristol, Alan Hooper, Anthony Turner
2016 Jerel Bristol, Quentin Walker, Glenn Yawger
2015 Jerel Bristol, Jake Postel, Glenn Yawger, Zack McKinzie
2014 Jeff Tetrault (Offensive Player of the Game), Jerel Bristol
2013 Dustin Estepp, Jerel Bristol

League Honors

Year Player Award
2019 Jerel Bristol All-MVABL 1st Team (OF)
2017 Alec Hutzelman MVABL Rookie of the Year
2017 Alec Hutzelman All-MVABL 1st Team (SS)
2017 Jerel Bristol All-MVABL 2nd Team (OF)
2017 Alan Hooper All-MVABL 2nd Team (OF
2016 Quentin Walker All-MVABL 2nd Team (3B)
2016 Jerel Bristol All-MVABL 1st Team (OF)
2015 Jerel Bristol All-MVABL Second Team (OF)
2014 Jerel Bristol All-MVABL Second Team (OF)
2013 Jerel Bristol ROY, Batting Avg Leader, All-MVABL First Team (OF)