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ACH ends Tiger win streak


The Tigers played their frequent nemesis Almira/Coulee-Hartline Tuesday in Hartline, losing both games of the double header as ACH managed late inning hits to take a win in each of the two games. Both teams had been undefeated up to that point in the season. The losses put the Tigers in second place in the league, with ACH first.


In game #1, the Tigers scored a run in the first inning and maintained the lead all the way through the fifth inning. The sixth inning was the heartbreaker for the Tigers as ACH picked up three runs on two hits. The Tigers had one last scoring opportunity in the seventh but came up empty and ACH won, 3-1.

Theron Schlomer was the starting pitcher, going 5.2 innings, striking out eight batters and walking four. Jett Nelson came on in relief in the bottom of the sixth, throwing 11 pitches to finish out the inning.


Odessa’s five scattered hits were by Camden Weber, Jett Nelson, Colton Hunt, Joshua Clark and Jayd Jennings.

In game #2, the Tigers were scoreless until the fourth inning. Starting pitcher Tim DeWulf went 4.2 innings, allowing four runs on two hits, striking out six and walking six. He was also charged with a balk. Jett Nelson relieved him in the fifth and went 1.1 innings to close out the game. He allowed two runs on one hit, struck out two and walked three.


Theron Schlomer had two RBIs, while Jett Nelson, Joshua Clark and Tim DeWulf had one each.


On Saturday, April 28, the Tiger baseball team traveled to Cusick for a double-header in which the players regained their winning form.

Starting pitcher Theron Schlomer completed four innings and went into the fifth before being relieved by Jett Nelson. Schlomer allowed six runs on four hits, struck out six batters and walked two. Nelson allowed one run on four hits and struck out one batter.


Camden Weber had four hits, including a double, and drove in three runs. Jayd Jennings had three hits, also including a double, and picked up two RBIs. Marcus King also had one RBI, as the Tigers won 9-7.

In game #2, starting pitcher Tim DeWulf went six innings before he was relieved by Jett Nelson in the seventh. DeWulf gave up four runs on four hits, while striking out eight and walking three. Nelson struck out one batter in the final inning, throwing only 10 pitches before sealing the win at 9-4.


Nelson had four hits, including two doubles, and picked up two RBIs.


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