Greenwich’s baseball team dropped a 10-4 decision to host Trumbull in an FCIAC game held today.
The Eagles scored four runs in the first inning, added two runs in the second inning and scored four times in the fifth inning. They finished the game with eight hits on their way to the win.
The Cardinals (5-5) scored one run in the first inning, added a run in the third inning and scored twice in the seventh inning. Senior right fielder Ryan Perez went 2 for 3 with two RBI, while senior third baseman Justin Zych was 1 for 3 with a walk for Greenwich.
Senior designated hitter Aidan Rosario had one hit and one RBI for the Cardinals, who received four innings on the mound from Tommy Passamano and one each from Troy Goodwin and Wyatt Gibson.
The Cardinals host New Canaan tomorrow at 4:30 p.m.
Greenwich was defeated by a tough hitting Trumbull team, 21-2, today, at home.
The Eagles erupted for 12 runs in the first inning to seize control of the game. Trumbull scored one run apiece in the third and fourth innings, then plated seven more runs in the fifth inning of the five-inning game.
Freshman Sophia Blois pitched for Greenwich and freshmen Gianna Toscano and Gianna Toscano were the catchers. Greenwich visits New Canaan tomorrow for a 4 p.m. matchup.
Categories: Greenwich High, Spring sports
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