A look at the beyond the week of Gastonia Grizzlies baseball, the neighborhood Coastal Plain League affiliate. After a one-year hiatus, the Gastonia Grizzlies are yet again playoff sure. The local Coastal Plain League affiliate clinched the Western Division’s first 1/2 title with an 18-7 report. However, the membership has begun the last 25 games with a pair of losses.
Here’s a take a look at how the Grizzlies fared in the past week of motion:
Monday, June 24
Macon 2, (at) Gastonia 1: Jared Miller’s sixth-inning domestic run proved to be a sport-winner for the Beaverbrook, this game shortened because of the inclement climate. Nathan Chevalier had undoubtedly one of seven hits with the aid of the Grizzlies, riding of their only run within the fifth. Starter Kyle King suffered his first loss of the Coastal Plain League season, despite permitting two runs on four hits and placing out eight Macon batters.
Tuesday, June 25
Gastonia 15, (at) Macon 4: The Grizzlies scored the first ten runs of the game and cruised to a breakup with Macon. Tanner Green become 4-for-6 with a home run, even as Nathan Chevalier and Bill Hanna had two hits apiece. Chase Achuff drove in three runs simultaneously as Jeff Cyr, Andrew Orzel, and Hanna each contributed two RBIs. At) Gastonia 6, High Point-Thomasville 3: Tied 2-all inside the seventh, Chase Achuff’s double scored to present the Grizzlies a 4-2 advantage. Michael Brown led the Grizzlies by going three-for-4, even as Achuff turned into 2-for-four with three RBIs for the Grizzlies. Also earning multiple hits in the game were Jeff Cyr and Josh Haney, every with singles. Mitchell Holcomb earned the win for Gastonia, allowing two runs on six hits in seven innings of labor. He also struck out seven HiTom batters. Gianni Smith pitched the final two innings to earn the shop.
Thursday, June 27
Gastonia 15, (at) Lexington County 2: After the Blowfish scored two times within the beginning frame, Gastonia had the very last 15 runs of the competition en path to clinching the primary half name in the CPL’s Western Division. Luke Leisenring turned into four-for-five with a domestic run and 4 RBIs, while Michael Brown and Chase Achuff had three hits apiece. Nathan Chevalier and Andrew Orzel also published multi-hit video games. Dylan Keller went the space for the Grizzlies, permitting runs on four hits in seven innings of labor. He struck out seven Lexington County batters.
Friday, June 28
Gastonia 10, (at) High Point-Thomasville eight: Despite being outhit with the aid of a considerable margin, Gastonia made the maximum of 4 HiToms mistakes to steal an avenue win. Luke Leisenring all over again got here up huge for the Grizzlies, going 2-for-five with a home run and 4 RBIs. Chase Achuff additionally had hits and a couple of RBIs.
Saturday, June 29
Asheboro 7, (at) Gastonia 4: The Grizzlies could not triumph over three errors in an extraordinary domestic loss. Asheboro scored seven runs throughout five innings.
Monday, July 1
Lexington County 12, (at) Gastonia 10: The Grizzlies received a flavor in their medication, Lexington County scoring six runs inside the seventh inning to capture manipulate and, in the end, declare a tough-fought win. Luke Leisenring was 3-for-5 with two doubles and a pair of RBIs, while Bill Hanna additionally had three hits and an RBI. Landon Choboy and Josh Haney each had two hits in a dropping effort for Gastonia.
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Luke Leisenring, catcher: The USC Aiken product had an active week at the plate, going 11-for-25 with domestic runs and 10 RBIs. He had three multi-hit games over that span. Dylan Keller, pitcher: The Dayton freshman, allowed two runs on 4 hits in seven innings of work while putting out seven in a win over Lexington County on June 27.