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Boys Varsity Baseball · Boys Varsity Baseball beats Greenwood Christian Academy 27 – 0


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Greenwood Christian Academy Cougars

With Cooper On The Mound, Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity Shuts Out Greenwood Christian Academy Cougars
Cooper Noel didn’t allow a single run as Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity defeated Greenwood Christian Academy Cougars 27-0 on Saturday. Noel allowed just three hits.
Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity was boosted by Ezra Wagner who went 4-for-4 at the plate. Wagner singled in the first, singled in the second, homered in the third, and singled in the fourth.
In the first inning, Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity got their offense started. Connor Jelley drove in three when he homered.
Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity scored nine runs in the third inning. Jelley, Wagner, and Zack Pauley all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.
A double by Huizinga in the first inning was a positive for Greenwood Christian Academy Cougars.
Noel earned the win for Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity. He surrendered zero runs on three hits over five innings, striking out seven and walking one.
Crick took the loss for Greenwood Christian Academy Cougars. He allowed 15 hits and 17 runs over three innings, striking out three.
Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity smacked five home runs on the day. Jelley went deep in the first and third innings. Noel went for the long ball in the fifth inning. Wagner went yard in the third inning. Pauley had a long ball in the third inning.
Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity scattered 21 hits in the game. Wagner, Noel, Nick Caplinger, Jelley, Chandler Parrish , and Austin Clark each racked up multiple hits for Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity. Noel and Wagner each collected four hits to lead Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity. Monrovia Bulldogs Varsity was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Wagner made the most plays with seven