Sam Houston Stomps Carencro - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Sam Houston Stomps Carencro

 

It was on a day just like today that the great Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub, said, "let's play two!"

But after getting rained out yesterday, the Sam Houston Broncos were just happy to be able to play one baseball game,

So I'm not really sure what Ernie was talking about. Let's just move on.

Sam Houston at home against Carencro...

Top of the 1st, CJ Alloman hits a smash to the right side but Collin Kober snares and throws him out.

That ends the inning and then the hit parade begins.

Blake Perrodin stealing second, the throw skips away, so Eric Peterson comes home to make it 1-nothing Broncos.

Then Peyton McLemore draws the bases-loaded walk, Perrodin trots home and it's 2-nothing.

Evan Campbell laces the ball into left, 1 run is in, here comes Kameron Esthay and it's 4-to-nothing.

Zach Rome gets the ball into the outfield, that's deep enough to bring McLemore home and it's 5-nothing.

Top of the order again, Eric Peterson hits a towering shot to the deepest part of the ball park, it's in the gap for extra bases, 2 more runs come in...

That makes it 7-nothing after 1 inning and the Broncos beat up on the Carencro Bears, 11-to-1. 

 

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