May 12 High School Baseball Roundup: Battlefield tops Patriot in 11 | Prince William


BATTLEFIELD 6, PATRIOT 5: Kyle Zambrana scored on a passed fly ball for the eventual winning run in the top of the 11th inning as the visiting Bobcats won Thursday’s Cedar Run District game.

With the victory, Battlefield (13-1, 18-2) tied Freedom-South Riding (13-1, 18-1) for first place in the district. The two teams will meet again Monday at 6 p.m. at Osbourn High School to determine the district’s top seed in next week’s district tournament as well as the Region B Class 6 tournament.

Reliever Jack Robinson closed Thursday’s game by scoring a strikeout for the third out. The Roanoke College pledge pitched the final 5.2 innings, striking out 10, while allowing three hits, one run and one walk.

Battlefield’s three pitchers struck out a total of 19 batters.

Offensively, Carson Cho was 3-for-5 with two runs scored and one RBI. Cooper Harris had two RBIs.

Grayden Lenahan led Patriot (10-4, 14-6) with two RBIs. He and Caleb Ramey each had two hits.

COLGAN 11, WOODBRIDGE 0: Ryan Kennedy went 2 for 3 with three RBIs and a home run and was the game-winning pitcher on Thursday as the visiting Sharks (10-0, 19-1) closed out their regular season with a win of the Cardinal District.

Kennedy pitched the first four innings of the five-inning game, striking out eight and allowing one hit and two walks.

Brett Renfrow was 3 for 4 with two runs scored and three RBIs and Brandon Cassedy and Carter Newman each two hits. Newman also had two RBIs.

GAINESVILLE 10, UNITY REED 0: Caden Merritt limited the Lions to one hit in five innings and struck out four in the Cardinals’ Cedar Run District win.

Gavin Elliott was 3 for 4 with two RBIs and a run scored and Wyatt Bach added two hits and two runs scored. Merritt was also 2 for 4 with a run scored.

Gainesville is 6-8 in the district and 11-9 overall.

OSBOURN 3, OSBOURN PARK 1: Osbourn pitchers allowed just two hits at Osbourn Park.

Osbourn (6-8 in the Cedar Run District, 8-12 overall) opened the scoring in the first inning. Tyler Husband lined up, scoring a run.

Noah Metz was the winning pitcher for Osbourn. Metz allowed two hits and zero runs in three and two-thirds innings, striking out three.

Brayden Weeks started the game for Osbourn. The southpaw gave up one run on zero hits in three and a third inning, striking out three.

The hubby went 2-for-4 at home plate to lead Osbourn in the hits.


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