Bomber Spring Sports Round Up

Bomber Spring Sports Round Up

KTLO

Sports news courtesy of KTLO

Baseball:

It was a sweep for the Mountain Home High School baseball team Tuesday as they won both games of a double header at home against Vilonia to improve to 9-3 on the season.

At the plate, Czanstkowski went two for four, scored twice and stole four bases. Reed Ellison added two hits and drove in a pair of runs and Dillon Drewry had two RBI and swiped two bases.

In the second game, Mountain Home blanked Vilonia 10-0 in five innings. Isaac House pitched all five innings, giving up three hits and striking out nine.

Offensively for the Bombers, Will Beckham went three for four and drove in two; Reed Ellison was two for three with two runs batted in, two runs and two stolen bases; Tony Fox went two for three with an RBI; Reece Ducker scored twice and stole two bases; Drewry scored three times and drove in a run; Brady Lance swiped three bases; and Cody Lance added two hits and drove in a run.

Mountain Home head coach Greg Crow says “Just a heck of a performance all around by our kids, couldn’t be prouder of them. We were on the ropes the entire first game and we kept making pitches and making plays and found a way to win. Jacob Czanstkowski was phenomenal. He had some tough luck early but kept battling. We gave up the lead and find a way to win in the 7th doing little things right. Isaac House in game 2 just stepped up. Probably our best game of the year top to bottom in how we executed and the things we did unselfishly all around. Reed Ellison was great all night, just stepped up everywhere we needed him. We had some things this weekend that we had to get corrected and it was good to see us take a step forward. We have a long way to go, but our effort has been great and if we keep doing that we have a chance every time we go out”.

Softball:

It was a rough day Tuesday for the Mountain Home High School softball team as they lost both ends of a double header at home to Vilonia.

The Lady Eagles won by scores of 9-4 and 5-1.

Olivia Crabb led the Mountain Home offense by going four for seven in the double header.

The Lady Bombers fall to 5-5 overall and 2-2 in the 5A West Conference. They will take on Southside Batesville Friday.