Trojan baseball ends season with 12-5 record


Seven senior Trojans were recognized at the last home game of the season against Waterville on May 7.

MANSON - The Trojans welcomed Waterville for a weekday league single-header for the last regularly scheduled game of the season and Senior Night. 

The Trojans came into the game with a 11-5 record overall, having already clinched a district playoff spot and heading to Wenatchee next weekend needing to win two games to move on to regional play.

Manson 7  Waterville 2

The team, honoring the 2019 Seniors and Manson Trojan Baseball Alumni, wore throw back uniforms for the game.

All seven seniors drew the start for the Trojans; Cole Beazley LF, Victor Calderon CF, Bailey Cameron RF. Jake Lodwig 1B, Bryan Bernardo 2B, Jose Pascasio at catcher and Avery Thompson at pitcher. 

Thompson pitched 4 innings giving up 0 runs on 2 hits, striking out 8 and walking 3 using 65 pitches.

Pitching in relief was Jose Pascasio who pitched 3 innings giving up 2 runs on 1 hit, striking out 6 and walking 0 using 37 pitches.

The defense played well committing only 2 errors, and outstanding plays were turned in by Bailey Cameron and Parker Schoenwald. 

Offensively the Trojans used their senior mojo to score 7 runs on 8 hits. Jose Pascasio has the hot bat going 3 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI’s, Avery Thompson helped himself with 2 RBI’s, Caleb Rossell had a single and coasted into second base with a stand up double, and Cole Beazley revved it up at second base with a 2 RBI double, his first hit as a Trojan.

Trojans with hits were: Jose Pascasio (3) 2B, Caden Beazley, Caleb Rossell (2) 2B, Victor Calderon, Cole Beazley 2B.

The Trojans end the regular season with an overall record of 12-5.

The Trojans’ next game is a district playoff game in Wenatchee next weekend.

Stay tuned to Manson Trojan Baseball on Facebook for more details coming soon about game times and dates for our playoff games

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