Fort Ann scores 29 runs in win








Fort Ann’s baseball team put on an offensive clinic last week, recording 27 hits en route to a 29-3 victory over Whitehall.

The Cardinals score multiple runs in every inning, including five in the second and seventh innings and six in the sixth inning.

Joe Foran led the way for Fort Ann with four hits and six RBIs and George Lehoisky, who struck out nine batters and allowed three runs in five innings, helped his own cause with three doubles and six runs scored.

Justin Hoagland had two of Whitehall’s five hits recording a double and single.

Whitehall managed to hold Fort Ann to a pair of runs in the first inning, but the Cardinals scored five runs in the next inning and held a 7-0 lead before the Railroaders plated their first run in the second inning. They managed to score another run the next inning but trailed 11-2 by that point.

Whitehall didn’t help its cause, committing a number of errors that allowed Fort Ann to sustain some big innings.

With the loss, Whitehall drops to 1-1. They will look to rebound from the loss on April 16 when they travel to Fort Edward.




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