Eagles at .500 after suffering three losses

The St. Elmo High School baseball is at .500 after losing three games last week.

The Eagles have a 6-6 record.

St. Elmo at Cumberland
St. Elmo lost its third straight game on Tuesday, falling to Cumberland, 14-4.

Nine different Cumberland players had at least one hit, as the Pirates scored 13 runs in the first three innings.

St. Elmo scored in the top of the first on a single by Woodsen Savage. Four others would have at least one hit, including two from Blaine Scholes.

SEHS 1-0-0-0-0—1-6-2
CHS 4-4-5-1-X—14-12-0
WP: Henderson (4 IP)
LP: Beasley (1 2/3 IP)

St. Elmo at Altamont
The Eagles held an early lead last Thursday against Altamont, but the Indians rallied late to win 12-2 in six innings.

Altamont used 10 singles to pull away from St. Elmo, scoring four runs in the third and six in the fifth.

The Eagles, meanwhile, had just two hits, a single from freshman Levi Maxey and a double from junior Ben Sperry.

Senior Kase Stolte took the loss, pitching 4+ innings, and allowing eight runs while striking out five.

SEHS 1-0-1-0-0-0—2-2-3
AHS 0-0-4-1-6-1—12-11-1
WP: Ledbetter (3 2/3 IP)
LP: Stolte (4+ IP)

St. Elmo vs. Sandoval
Sandoval spread 11 runs and 11 hits over seven innings to defeat St. Elmo, 11-5, last Wednesday.

Four of those hits went for extra bases, including a gram slam home run.

The Eagles struggled at the plate, earning four hits – all singles. Four of their runs were scored in the fourth.

Maxey took the loss after allowing eight runs through 4+ innings.

SHS 0-4-2-0-2-2-1—11-11-5
SEHS 0-0-0-4-0-0-1—5-4-4
WP: Martinez (7 IP)
LP: Maxey (4+ IP)

Freshman Levi Maxey (right) prepares to a catch a pickoff throw during a loss to Sandoval last Wednesday.

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