ThunderRidge is wasting no time in attacking the Continental League. With a 6-2 win over Heritage and a 4-2 win over Highlands Ranch, ThunderRidge …
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ThunderRidge is wasting no time in attacking the Continental
With a 6-2 win over Heritage and a 4-2 win over Highlands Ranch,
ThunderRidge High School baseball started a league run with a 2-1
record, 7-4 overall.
On the road against Heritage on April 8, Brett Lisle shut down
the Eagles’ lineup. Lisle pitched seven innings with 11 strikeouts
and one earned run.
In the 4-3 win at home over the Falcons, T-Ridge’s Markus Shulke
connected for a home run. Brody Westmoreland was 2-for-3 with a
On the mound was Jeff Kelleher, who finished with six strikeouts
in seven innings and three earned runs.
Before entering league play, the Grizzlies defeated defending
Class 5A state champions Rocky Mountain April 4 at the Lobos’ home
T-Ridge took its first loss of league action April 13 at home
against Regis 11-5. Kyle Kempf went 4-for-4 at the plate for the
Grizzlies and had a double and three RBI. Westmoreland went 3-for-4
with an RBI.
Chaparral was next on the league schedule for ThunderRidge on
the road in Parker. Results were unavailable at press time.
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