Bears lead CW2B baseball with six league wins


Brewster’s Isaac Baker slides under the throw to score a Bears run.

Freshman, Kade Kelpman lays down a nice bunt to advance a runner on base.

BREWSTER – With an undefeated league record of 6-0 through Saturday, April 1, the Bears varsity boys lead the North Central Washington 2B following the opening third of baseball season.
Brewster blanked Waterville-Mansfield 7-0, and 13-0 in a doubleheader against the Shockers at Waterville, Saturday, April 1.
“We allowed one hit on the day and played a little better,” said Bears’ coach Todd Phillips. “Couple guys hit the ball better. Pitching and defense got it done.”
The Bears handed the Mustangs a 24-0 loss, March 28, and lost a non-league contest to Cashmere, 6-2, last Thursday, March 30.
The Bears have yet to meet the best rivals in the league this season in Soap Lake, Liberty Bell and Lake Roosevelt but will be meeting all three in the next six games.
The Eagles are riding a five-0 league streak of their own and will play the Bears in a doubleheader starting at 3 p.m. Friday, April 7.
Brewster will host 4-0 Liberty Bell at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, and face the Raiders in a doubleheader on Friday, April 14.
 

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