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Despite Injuries Cubs Win One Thursday Afternoon (Photo Gallery)

Thursday, June 13 the Dillon Cubs played a double header at Ray Lynch Park taking on the Bitterroot Red Sox’s. The Cubs have faced some setbacks lately with a few injuries on their roster. But that didn’t stop the Cubs from picking up a 9 to 8 win in game one. But the Cubs would fall 15 to 25 in game two. Full recap below.

 


Game 1

The Red Socks would open the scoring in the first after an error scored one run.

 

The Red Sock’s would continue to add to their lead in the second inning after Jackson Lubke singled, Boedy Tadvick singled, Atticus Southwell singled, Hunter Harness singled, and Toby DeMoss walked, each scoring one run.

 

The Cubs would come back in the bottom of the fourth and flip the game on its head. The Cubs would score five runs on one hit to take an 8 to 7 lead. The biggest blow in the inning was a walk by Kanin Englehardt that drove in one.

 

Marcus Lagunas drove the middle of the lineup, leading the Cubs with two runs batted in. The infielder went 1 for 2 on the day. Kale Konen set the tone at the top of the lineup, leading the Cubs with two hits in two at bats. The Cubs had a strong line at the plate, accumulating 11 walks for the game. Marcus Lagunas and Kale Konen led the team with two free passes each.

 


Game 2

The Cubs would drop game two with a 25 to 15 loss to the Bitterroot Red Socks despite out hitting them in the game 17 to 16. Andrew Bartlome, Cohen Hartman, and Garrett Tackett each collected three hits for the Cubs.

 

The Red Socks would get on the board and into the lead in the first inning after Reese Earp singled, scoring two runs, Hunter Harrness drew a walk, scoring one run, Charlie Chavez hit a sacrifice fly, scoring one run, Toby DeMoss grounded out, scoring one run, Owen Marston singled, scoring one run, Boedy Tadvick drew a walk, scoring one run, and Reese Earp was struck by a pitch, driving in a run.

 

The Cubs would come back in the bottom of the fourth inning making the score 10 to 15. Thanks to a homer to left field by Cohen Hartman scoring two runs, and Tristan Alvarez doubled, scoring one run.

 

The Red Socks would continue with the momentum started early in the game and finish it with a final score of 25 to 15.

 

The Cubs will take on the Helena Reps on Sunday, June 16 at Ray Lynch Park.









































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