Blue Devils remain undefeated

Parsons pitches a no-no, girls softball wins one and Blue Devils top PO in busy weekend


Yesterday the Bellwood-Antis  baseball team played the Philipsburg-Osceola Mounties at home, and the Blue Devils used the Mounties’ nine errors to their own advantage, coming out on top with a 13-7 victory.

The Blue Devils record is now 5-0.  They will play against Williamsburg tonight at home.

Jordan McCracken had three hits.

Randy Zitterbart, Chad Luensmann and Sawyer Kline had two hits each.  Zitterbart also hit a triple.

Jack Showalter hit a triple and Noah Burns, McCracken, and Kline each hit a double.

In the first inning the Blue Devils weren’t looking too hot with a score of 3-1.  In the second inning they switched it up making the score 4-4.  They advanced in the third inning with a score of 6-4.

In the fourth inning the Blue Devils had managed to make the score 9-4.  In the fifth inning, the Blue Devils did not score and the Mounties added 2 more runs.  In the sixth inning the score was 13-7. Neither team scored in the seventh inning.

The winning pitcher was Zach Mock.  He had 4 strikeouts.

Zitterbart had one strikeout and Cory Parson had 2.

The Blue Devils had 11 RBI’s: 2 from Kline, 2 from Duke Brunner, 2 from Noah Burns, and one from Mock, Zitterbart, Luensmann, Creppage, and Padula.

On Thursday, the Blue Devils baseball team went up against the Vikings at home and reached a couple of milestones.

The Blue Devils would not let up or let the Vikings score at all with a 22-0 victory that was stopped by the 15-run rule in the fourth inning.

Junior Cory Parson pitched four hitless innings with nine strikeouts and one walk, and was the winning pitcher, while Chad Luensmann hit a grand slam in the fourth inning and finished with five RBI’s. It was Luensmann’s second grand slam this season.

By the second inning they were up by 11 runs.

Jordan McCracken totaled three hits and three RBI’s for the Blue Devils.

Chris Wertman added two RBI’s. Noah Burns and Ian McFarland each hit a double and Randy Zitterbart hit a triple.

Zach Mock, Sawyer Kline, and Brendan Kowalski.

Also on Thursday, the Blue Devil softball team also went up against the Glendale Vikings at home and proved to be too tough to beat in their 12-0 victory.

The game only lasted five innings. The Blue Devils only got 1 run in the first inning. By the second inning they were up by 3 runs.  In the third they were up by 6 and in the fourth they got their final 6 runs.

The Blue Devils had 12 runs, 9 hits, and no errors compared to the Vikings with no runs, three hits, and one mistake.

Maddie Miller struck out eight and only let Glendale have three hits.  She was the winning pitcher.

Edyn Convery drove in three runs for the Blue Devils.

Taylor Shildt and Maddie Miller each hit a double.  Anna Wolfe and Laycee Clark each had 2 multiple hits.

The Blue Devils had 12 RBI’s: Convery had three, Wolfe and Shildt each had 2, Finn, Showalter, Clark, McElwain, and Miller all had one.

The Blue Devils record is now 2-2.  They will play against Williamsburg today.