WISNER – With the Friday rain holding off to get a game in, the Wayne Pony baseball team took part in the Wisner Tourney over the weekend.
Wayne played two games, one each on Friday and Saturday before Sunday games were rained out including their tri-county league game.
The ponies suffered a 2-1 loss Friday night to the host Wisner before winning over Springfield Saturday, 13-0.
From the loss to Wisner, Wayne recorded only two hits, one each from Calvin Starzl and Wyatt Heikes.
Aiden Liston worked three innings allowing two runs while striking out three batters and walking six. Heikes pitched the final inning striking out and walking two batters.
In the win over Springfield, James Dorcey posted a pair of homeruns while Starzl singled and homered and Dom Dominguez also had a homerun. Cooper Zara and Liston both singled twice as Zach McManigal, Sam Junck and Yair Alcantara singled.
Dorey recorded three strikeouts in the opening inning, Alcantara worked the next two striking out five of six batters faced and McManigal closed out the final inning allowing one hit but striking out one batter.
The Wayne pony baseball team had their league game with the West Point Twins rescheduled for June 27 and will next be in action the day prior on Wednesday, June 26 hosting North Bend.