Using timely hitting and solid pitching, the Spring Hill Bronco boys baseball squad swept Louisburg on May 9.
Spring Hill won the opener 11-0, and the nightcap 9-7 to improve to 15-5 on the season.
“We are playing real well right now,” said Coach David Londene, whose team will take a number one seed into this week’s Eudora regional. “I was real proud of the effort.”
In game one, Spring Hill jumped to a 4-0 lead after three innings and never looked back en route to an 11-0 win.
Zach Girrens was the winning pitcher and helped his cause collecting four hits and one home run.
Miles Updike also had a big night with three hits, including a double and home run. Also collecting two hits were Robbie Sharemet and Tony Bybee.
Things proved a bit more difficult in game two as Spring Hill posted a 9-7 win.
This time, Lake Johnson was the winning pitcher and Girrens got the save.
Sharemet let the offense going four-for-five with three singles and one double. Bybee added three hits and collected two RBI. Also collecting two hits were Carson King and Johnson.