Brower notches 21 K's vs. DGF
The Frazee Hornet baseball team displayed excellent fielding during 17 innings of play last Thursday evening, topping Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton by the scores of 2-1 in 12 innings and 6-3 in five, for the sweep.
The Hornets have managed to keep most games within reach with their defense and now are showing signs of their run support taking off.
"We have scored six runs for the first time this season, and will try to keep our bats warm in future games," said Frazee head coach Bryan Gillispie.
Matt Brower pitched well in Frazee's first game, taking the team on his shoulder with a 21-strikeout performance.
Jake Galbrecht served his team up many opportunities by going 4-5 and 2-3 in the nightcap.
"Jake also demonstrated a strong arm, throwing out two batters in the game," Gillispie said. "Another key player in the games was freshman Jordan Ketter, who manned the helm at shortstop in senior Matt Viste's absence."
Viste, who was not to be shown up, returned early in the second game and hit a couple of doubles to secure his team's second victory of the day.
"These two wins over one of our toughest conference opponents, could aid us tremendously as the season unfolds," Gillispie added.
Hawley travels to Frazee for a Friday, May 14 matchup.