CBC baseball finds offensive spark in split with Centralia

By the Tri-City HeraldMarch 4, 2013 

Hanford graduate Riley Shintaffer scored the go-ahead run for Centralia in Game 1 of an NWAACC doubleheader, coming home on on John Piper’s RBI single in the ninth, in a 3-2 win over CBC.

The Hawks (2-2) bounced back with a 12-6 win in the nightcap, as Ryan Atkinson and Kenton Brunson combined for six hits and five RBIs. CBC trailed 2-0 early on but scored five runs in the bottom of the fourth thanks to four infield errors — three by third baseman Ben Smith — to take the lead.

Centralia 001 010 001 — 3 3 1
CBC 100 001 000 — 2 9 1

Boucher, Wasson (8) and Young, Houdsen (8); Face, Cantu (5), Neville (9) and Sousley. Highlights—Key (CBC) 2x3, 3B, R; Pocasangre (CBC) 2x3; Wogamott (CBC) 2B, RBI, R; Johnson (CBC) 2B.
Centralia 002 021 100 — 6 6 6
CBC 000 532 20x — 12 11 6

Batt, Bones (6), Blackburn (7), Atchison (7), Taylor (8) and Pecson; Sorensen, Neville (5), Clark (6), Lutz (7), Brunson (8) and Weiss. Highlights—Atkinson (CBC) 3x4, 3 RBI; Brunson (CBC) 3x5, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 R, SB; Johnson (CBC) 2x5, 2B, 2 RBI; Feeney (CBC) 2x5, 2 R; Shelley (Cent) 2x3, 2 R.

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