The Forest City Indians' senior Luke Johnson went 2-for-3 with three RBIs during the Friday, June 7 victory against Central Springs.
Avery Busta went 1-for-2 at the plate with three runs, two stolen bases and two walks.
Trey Blaser earned the victory on the mound, pitching six innings and striking out five.
Forest City scored four runs in the first, jumping out to an early lead.
Central Springs scored three late runs, but Forest City’s lead was too large.
The Forest City baseball team beat Bishop Garrigan by a 10-5 score on Thursday, June 6, a feat they managed despite only collecting only six hits.
Senior Jordan Spooner led the Indians in base knocks for the game, with four, also scoring one run. Seniors Blaze Andersen and Isaiah Monson each collected one hits, and scored two run.
Freshman Reese Moore got the win for Forest City, as he went three innings, and allowed four earned runs on just one hits. Andersen pitched the final four innings, and allowed one run, while striking out six.
Forest City scored two runs in the top of the first inning on Wednesday, June 5, and took a quick lead. But that was all the offense the Indians could muster, as Osage exploded for 11 runs in the middle innings, eventually winning the game 12-2.
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The Green Devils collected seven hits, and eight walks. Junior Gavin Schaefer had two of Osage's hits, and collected three RBIs. Freshman Tyler Oberfoell also had three RBI.
Schaefer was a force on both sides of the ball. The junior pitched six innings, and allowed one hits and two unearned runs. Though he walked six, he struck out seven.
The Forest City baseball team was crushed on Tuesday, June 5 against Humboldt, as the Indians fell behind early, and no chance of a comeback in a 21-4 loss.
The Indians struck first, scoring one run in the bottom of the first inning. But in the second, Humboldt scored seven runs, followed by six more in the top of the fourth to take a commanding 13-1 lead. Forest City answered with three runs of its own in the bottom of the inning, but eight runs from the Wildcats made the lop-sided score even worse for the Indians.
The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for Forest City. Four of the Indians past five games have involved at least one of the teams scoring 10 or more runs.
The Forest City baseball team got a big victory over Belmond-Klemme on Monday, June 3, mostly thanks to a multitude of free passes from the Broncos starting pitchers. The Indians drew 14 walks in their 14-1 win.
The Indians pitchers held the Broncos hitless. Freshman Reese Moore threw three innings and got the win, while junior Jordan Spooner pitched the final two frames.
On Monday, June 10, the Indians traveled to St. Ansgar to take on the Saints. The Indians travel to Estherville on Tuesday, June 11. On Wednesday, June 12, the Indians host Nashua-Plainfield and on Thursday, June 13, they host Waverly-Shell Rock. On Friday, June 14, the Indians end the week by traveling to Rockford.