Uniontown baseball team wins at home

By JOCELYN SHEETS
Register Sports Editor

BRONSON — Uniontown High’s Eagles claimed a 6-4 win in Three Rivers League baseball action at home Thursday before thunderstorms interrupted action.
The Eagles scored two runs in the first, then wiped out a 3-2 deficit with a four-run third inning against Oswego High’s Indians. Oswego scored a run in the fifth.
Jordan Woods started on the mound for the Eagles, allowing two runs on one hit and four walks. Woods struck out two in two innings of work.
Anthony Meyers got the win in relief, going four innings and giving up two runs on three hits and three walks. Meyers hit a batter and struck out six.
“We played solid defense and beat Oswego with our bats,” said Chris Woods, Eagle head coach. “We came together as a team with every player contributing in some way.”
Ethan Hammond had a single and double and drove in three runs. Woods, Tyler Hall and Meyers each had a single. Ty Clayton had four stolen bases in the game.
The second game was postponed.
Uniontown lost 12-6 to St. Paul in five innings on March 26. Only one game was played because of weather conditions. The second game is slated for April 18 at Bronson.
Clayton and DuShawn Robinson pitched for Uniontown against St. Paul. Tyler Felt and Woods each had two singles. Hall, Max Labbe and Meyers each had a single.
Jr. Varsity Games
Uniontown’s junior varsity split a doubleheader with Girard Monday, winning 6-5 and losing 10-6.
In the win, Meyers and DuShawn Robinson pitched for the Eagles. They allowed eight hits and combined for 11 strikeouts.
Clayton was 3-for-3 with a home run and two singles. Meyers and Woods had a double apiece. Felt, Hall and Labbe each had a single.
Woods and Clayton pitched in the second game and allowed six hits and eight walks. Woods had eight strikeouts.
Mike Smith had a single and a double for the Eagles. Hitting a single each were Clayton, Jake Dawson and Domonic Robinson.