Baseball recaps (April 5)

April 6, 2021 | 12:04 am

Updated April 6, 2021 | 12:05 pm

By the Owensboro Times

Apollo 11, Campbellsville 1

The Apollo Eagles made short work of Campbellsville Monday at the Keaton Hall Wood Bat Memorial Tournament as they took down the Eagles 11-1.

Nick Judd grabbed the win on the hill after he went five innings and struck out six while allowed two hits and one earned run.


Dan St. Claire led the way with two RBIs and two runs while Tanner Klee finished with a team-high three runs while Nick Judd and Maxwell Holder finished with a pair of runs.

Nolan Millay added a triple, two RBIs and a run.

Apollo will play Central Hardin in their next game in the tournament at 2 p.m.

South Spencer 12, Daviess County 11

After starting the season 3-0, the Daviess County Panthers have dropped three straight with their latest loss coming against South Spencer.

SS took down the Panthers 12-11 as it’s also the third-straight DC has given up at least 11 runs.

Decker Renfrow, Zach Head and Layton Huskisson each finished with three hits for the Panthers while Renfrow (2 RBIs), Garrett Small (3 RBIs) and Head (2 RBIs) had multiple RBIs for DC while four Panthers scored twice in the game.

The Panthers will try to bounce back today when they travel to Hancock County to take on the Hornets.

Owensboro 9, Union County 8

The Owensboro Red Devils edged Union County 9-8 at home Monday despite four runs in the sixth from the Braves to tie game.

After UC tied the game at 8-8, the Red Devils added another in the sixth inning to grab the victory over the 2nd Region foe.

Dylan Blair grabbed the win after going 1.2 IP with two strikeouts. Ethan Gibson started the game for the Red Devils as he struck out 10 in four innings.

Blake Kimbrell led the way at the plate as he went 2-4 with two RBIs and a run while Trevor Delacey also had a big contribution as he finished with three RBIs.

Blair and Jacob Mitchell added two runs in the win.

Owensboro (2-2) plays Thursday at home against Madisonville-North Hopkins.

Hancock County 12, Trinity 1 (6 innings)

The Trinity Raiders dropped their season opener Monday as they fell to Hancock County 12-1.

The Raiders continue their homestand to start the season when they host St. Mary for a doubleheader Saturday in Whitesville.

April 6, 2021 | 12:04 am

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