THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE MOSS SHIELDS
Moss Shields jump on Trimius Miners early
Kongsberg - Moss Shields continued to pile up the runs on Saturday, scoring nine runs in the last
two innings, on the way to a 32-0 win over
Trimius Miners at Kongsberg. The Shields
hitters appeared to pick up where they left
off from last season, combining for 27 hits,
25 RBI's and 32 runs scored.
Moss went up for good in the first, when
Fernando Guerra scored on a single and
gave the Shields a 1-0 lead. Christian
Hågensen got things started in the second
inning with a line drive to right field.
Hågensen would later score on a bases
clearing triple by T.J. Collins. Five Shields
baserunners would come all the way around
to score in each of the second, third, fourth,
and fifth innings.
Timely hitting would help push across two runs in both the sixth inning and the eighth. The seventh inning was fueled by an RBI single by Joel Dietrich, and a two-run double by Christian Hågensen.
Hågensen racked up five RBI's on four hits and also came away with the win for the Shields. He pitched four shutout innings, struck out four, walked none and surrendered only three hits.