Wellsville-Middletown blew the game open with four runs in the top of the third, in a 10-0, six-inning win over Glasgow Monday night. Dylan Alsop walked to load the bases, Jacob Hollensteiner drove in two runs with a single, then Keaton Marshall came up with the big hit.
J.B. Connoley with the call on Glory 97 and centralmoinfo.com. Marshall and Hollensteiner each drove in three runs on the day, and Alsop was two-for-two with two walks, an RBI, and four runs scored. He also pitched the first three innings, striking out eight of the 11 Yellowjackets he faced. Tigers coach Brandon Moeller…
Coach Mick Cropp wants his players to move past the disappointment and look at the big picture.
A downpour an hour before the scheduled first pitch in Glasgow forced the game to be delayed two hours and moved to the turf field at Battle High school. Cropp appreciated the large number of fans who made the unexpected trip to Columbia.
Glasgow’s season ends at 7-9. Wellsville-Middletown is now 11-9, and will face Leeton in the state quarterfinals Wednesday, weather permitting. Leeton beat Pilot Grove 2-1. You can find our postgame interview with both coaches with this story at centralmoinfo.com.
Wellsville-Middletown coach Brandon Moeller:
Glasgow Coach Mick Cropp: