April 1, 2014 > Huskies start strong
Huskies start strong
Submitted By Mike Heightchew
The Washington Huskies Baseball team is starting off the Mission Valley Athletic League (MVAL) baseball season with very hot bats, beating the American Eagles 19-1 on March 27th. Kyle Emery was the star of the game for the Huskies, delivering three great hits, 3 RBI's and accounting for two runs on his own. He started the Husky offensive but with a lot of help from the rest of the team; Brian Knight and Steven Kwan had three hits in the game as well.
The Huskies continued their great start with another win on March 28 over John F. Kennedy 6-1. Kennedy star pitcherÊCal Stevenson demonstrated his prowess in the first inning when he pitched his way out of a real jam with the bases loaded and no outs. He also provided offensive power for the Titans with two hits in three at bats. But Stevenson was only able to hold off the Huskies attack for the single inning as Husky bats went back to work in the second inning, scoring the first of their six runs.
The best performance of the day was turned in by WashingtonÕs Jacob Call who threw a complete game with a great fastball and off-speed pitch, striking out seven and not giving up any earned runs. He was supported by his offense as Steven Kwan had another great game going three for four at bat and three RBIÕs.