Wilson#039;s hit gives Redmen DH split

Published 12:00 am Saturday, May 14, 2005

PEDRO - The Green Bobcats perfect run came to an end.

After winning the first game of a doubleheader 9-6 Saturday, the Bobcats lost in their first game after 18 straight wins as the Rock Hill Redmen rallied in the bottom of the seventh inning for 10-9 win.

Matt Wilson singled to drive in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Rock Hill scored twice.

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Josh Moore got the win while Mark Castro took the loss.

Green belted three home runs in the loss as Ryan Bloomfield, Brian Ramey and Castro all connected. Brad Dehart went 3-for-4 while Bloomfield, Odie Kelly and Adam Sparks were all 2-4.

Nick Howard and Nick Bryant were 2-3 to pace the Redmen.

In the first game, Bloomfield ran his record to 6-0 as the Bobcats held off a seventh inning rally by the Redmen.

Bloomfield struck out nine and walked one in going the distance.

Kelly went 3-3, Ian Kelley 2-2 and Dehart 2-3 as Green bangedout 13 hits.

Mike Williams went 2-4 with a home run and a double for the Redmen and Justin Lavender also homered.

Green, 18-1 overall, is 13-0 in the Southern Ohio Conference and plays at Portsmouth Notre Dame in its final league game.

First Game


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WP-Ryan Bloomfield, 6-0 (9-K, 1-BB). LP-Justin Lavender. 2B-Green: Brad Dehart, Travis Klaiber, Ian Kelley; Rock Hill: Mike Williams. 3B-Green: Ian Kelley. HR-Rock Hill: Mike Williams, Justin Lavender. Hitting-Green: Odie Kelly 3-3, Brad Dehart 2-3, Travis Klaiber 1-3, Ian Kelley 2-2; Rock Hill: Mike Williams 2-4, Justin Lavender 1-4.


Second Game


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WP-Josh Moore. LP-Mark Castro, 1-1. 2B-Green: Odie Kelly 2, Brad Dehart, Travis Klaiber. HR-Green: Ryan Bloomfield, Brian Ramey, Mark Castro. Hitting-Green: Ryan Bloomfield 2-4, Adam Sparks 2-4, Brian Ramey 1-4, Mark Castro 1-4, Odie Kelly 2-4, Brad Dehart 3-4, Travis Klaiber 2-3; Rock Hill: Nick Howard 2-3, Nick Bryant 2-3, J.C. Murnahan 1-3.

(NOTE: Due to a source error, Matt Wilson was not credited with the game-winning RBI in the second game. The Tribune regrets the error.)