Hornet catcher Daniel Thorson connects with a pitch during Nashville’s win at Carlyle last Wednesday.
By Travis Volz
The bad news is that Nashville only managed to get three games in last week, but the good news was that they won them all.
Road wins at Carlyle and Woodlawn and a home win over Waltonville upped the Hornets record to 7-2 on the young season.
Last Tuesday, Nashville cruised to an easy 10-3 win at Woodlawn.
The Hornets trailed after the Cardinals scored twice in the bottom of the first inning to make it 2-1. The lead proved to be short-lived, as the Hornets responded with four runs in the top of the secon.
Brady Bultman led off the second with a single, and he later scored on Ryan Brink’s RBI double. Hayden Heggemeier doubled in a run and later scored, and Jaris Dalman walked and scored to make it a 5-2 games.
It would never be close again, as Nashville tacked on another run in the third and four more in the fourth to open up a commanding lead.
That was more than enough offense for Bultman, who scattered six hits over seven innings of work to notch the win.
For More, Please Read The April 8 Edition Of The Nashville News.