Rams baseball regular season ends with two losses

~by Noah Rohlfing

Greene County baseball’s regular season is complete following games on Monday against Bondurant-Farrar and Tuesday night against Carlisle.

Monday night the Rams struggled to get any offense going, with just four hits — Bryce Stalder with two singles and David Richter and Austin Delp with one each — and no runs scored. Continue reading Rams baseball regular season ends with two losses

Ram baseball team completes comeback against Underwood

~by Noah Rohlfing

It was a strong comeback performance from Greene County baseball Wednesday night, as they fought back from a 5-0 deficit to win 9-5 against Underwood.

After going 5-0 down, the Rams scored nine straight runs on 11 hits with starting pitcher Austin Delp, Joe Anderson, Brent Riley and Tyler Teeples each recording two hits. Nick Breon, David Richter and Bryce Stalder rounded out the hitting stats, with Stalder driving in three runs in one hit. Continue reading Ram baseball team completes comeback against Underwood

Ram softball comes from behind to win, baseball loses close game

~by Noah Rohlfing

A wild comeback from the Greene County softball team saw the Rams win in extra innings Monday night against Southeast Valley (Gowrie), 9-8.

The Rams were down 6-0 after the top of the second inning, with errors on defense making the start a worst-case scenario for starting pitcher Emma Hoyle, who allowed two earned runs. Four third inning runs cut the Ram deficit to two, and after allowing two more Jaguar runs in the sixth inning, the Rams tied it up in the sixth and seventh innings. Continue reading Ram softball comes from behind to win, baseball loses close game

Softball team wins by 17, baseball team loses by 3

~by Noah Rohlfing for The Scranton Journal

Greene County softball took St. Mary’s of Storm Lake to the woodshed Monday night, scoring 18 runs in just three innings and picking up the Rams’ ninth win of the season, 18-1.

Emma Hoyle pulled double duty, picking up the pitching win and driving in four runs from the plate, while Jenna and Kyla Beyers each drove in three. The Rams had five doubles — a season high — with the Beyers, Karissa Stephenson, Hoyle and Emma Stream recording the extra base hits. Continue reading Softball team wins by 17, baseball team loses by 3

Both Ram teams win 6-4 over Nevada Cubs

~by Noah Rohlfing

A close game Monday night ended with a Greene County softball win over the Nevada Cubs in Nevada.

The Rams were down 4-0 after two innings but scored two runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings to hold a 6-4 lead. The Cubs put up a run in the sixth to move within one, but after the Rams went scoreless in the top of the seventh the Cubs were unable to claim a lead in the bottom of the frame. Continue reading Both Ram teams win 6-4 over Nevada Cubs