The Washington baseball team creamed Olympia March 22.



A five-run Panther sixth inning created a 10-0 separation and ended the contest a frame early.


The Washington baseball team creamed Olympia March 22.

A five-run Panther sixth inning created a 10-0 separation and ended the contest a frame early.

Dakota Bullard, Mason McCoy and Isaac Fisher all drove in two runs for the visitors.

Ryan Grebner, Fisher, Brad Kuchenbecker and Charlie Ludolph supplied two hits apiece as Washington outhit the Spartans, 12-1.

Fisher homered, while Bullard, McCoy and Ludolph doubled. Zach Little also had an RBI.

The offense gave Jeremy Piers all the help he needed. The Panther righthander struck out three and walked two in five spotless innings.

Josiah Rose worked a perfect sixth to close out Olympia.

WCHS 10, Notre Dame 4
The Panthers overcame a shaky top of the first inning to douse the Irish March 23.

Washington (4-0) pounded out 11 hits to remain perfect in the non-conference season.

After ND took a 2-0 lead in its first at-bat, the Panthers came back in the home half with five runs.

A four-run fourth inning gave Washington a commanding 9-3 advantage.

McCoy, Fisher, Ludolph and Grebner each had two hits. Both of McCoy’s went for extra bases.

Nick Dalfonso plated two runs, while Fisher, Little, Kuchenbecker, Brett Ernst and Grebner were credited with RBI as well.

Fisher was awarded the victory. McCoy threw in relief in the middle innings before Ernst struck out the side in the seventh.

One new date: Washington now will play visiting Granite City at 4 p.m. Wednesday instead of the original Saturday doubleheader.

The Panthers’ Friday game vs. Barrington was wiped out.its first at-bat, the Panthers came back in the home half with five runs.