BMU juniors Kason Blood, Kris Fennimore and Brody Kingsbury chat with senior Hayden Carle, sophomore Jamal Saibou and freshman Jacob Roberts before the inning gets underway.
BMU juniors Kason Blood, Kris Fennimore and Brody Kingsbury chat with senior Hayden Carle, sophomore Jamal Saibou and freshman Jacob Roberts before the inning gets underway.
(BNN Photo/J. Kingsbury)

The Bucks Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts

BMU 8 – Randolph 1

Wells River, Vt – On Wednesday night, the Bucks hosted the Randolph Union Galloping Ghosts; ultimately the Bucks would come out on top winning 8-1. The Bucks sent junior Kris Fennimore to the hill; Fennimore went five innings, allowed no runs and two walks, on 59 pitches. He said this after the outing “This was a great team win. We faced a really good pitcher and still were able to get up early and never looked back; and to be able to pitch well for my first outing I am feeling really good about this season.” ┬áBut Fennimore was not the only pitcher that was dealing on the hill; Randolph sophomore Quinlan Grace went five innings as well striking out 11, walking four, and allowing eight runs.

The Bucks’ bats were on fire coming off of an 11-0 win on Tuesday, and they continued where they left off scoring two runs in the first inning. Junior Kason Blood led the charge by wearing one off the ribs and then stealing two bases and scoring on a line drive single by Brody Kingsbury. The Bucks started off hot scoring 2 runs in the first, 3 runs in the second, 1 run in the fourth as well as 2 runs in the fifth inning ending the game 8 -1. The Bucks improve to 2-0 they move on to face Vergennes on Friday April 18th. Randolph drops to 0-1 they move onto face Paine Mountain on Saturday April 20th.

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