Baseball took a tough loss against Woodhaven

Noah Mac, Reporter and Nick Campbell, Reporter   Yesterday the junior varsity baseball team took a tough loss against Woodhaven with the score 12-0, bringing their record to 4-6.   The game started off quickly, with five runs being scored on Wyandotte within the first inning by Woodhaven.   At bottom of the first inning, freshman shortstop Ryan Meade hit a single.   During the next few innings the pitcher was freshman Jacob Denison. Denison kept the heat on Woodhaven, but let nine runs off in the first six innings getting behind in the count.   In the last inning Josh Castillo was put in to pitch to hold the defense. Castillo and sophomore right fielder Dominic Duprie, with a few nice catches in the outfield, held the defense . In the last inning of the game, three runs were taken by Woodhaven   The team’s defense worked hard with key players juniors left fielder Brendan Adray, center fielder Zachary Crosby, and Duprie, as well as their offense with hits for third baseman Calvin Castillo, catcher Logan McGraw, Meade.   “Our team can definitely work on fielding, that’s what kills us most,” Castillo said. “Definitely the first inning what killed us most, we do great in the first inning we will definitely be able to win game.”   Though the team had some costly errors this game, they are preparing for their next away game tomorrow May 2 against Melvindale at 4:00 PM.

Emma is a senior and is the Editor-in-Chief. She has been part of the Wy-News for three years. Inside school she is the Head Drum Major of the Wyandotte Marching Chiefs, Vice President of National Honors Society, an officer of Tri-M, and a member of Student Council, Link Crew, jazz band, and science club. Outside of school she is first chair cellist at Dearborn Youth Symphony and a member of Michigan Youth Symphony Orchestra. She also likes to kickbox, babysit, and hang out with friends. “I joined newspaper my sophomore year because I love to get involved with everything the school has to offer. However, has been so much more than just a class. I would truly be a different person if it weren’t for the Wy-News and the people in it.”

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