Dynamic duo of CJ Boudreaux and Ian Dewitt lead Clay to victory

Clay piled an eighth resounding victory onto his ever-growing trove on Wednesday. They never let the Norwalk Truckers get on the board and came away with an 11-0 victory. Clay’s offense finally found a way to kick into high gear: The high-octane performance was a 180-degree turnaround from his last three games.

Vinny Gallaher was a major factor no matter where he played. On the mound, he allowed no earned runs and only two hits while striking out nine in six innings pitched. Gallaher has been consistent recently: he has not allowed more than two walks in five consecutive appearances as a pitcher. Gallaher was also solid in the batter’s box, going 2-for-3 with a double.

In other batting news, Clay let Ian Dewitt and CJ Boudreaux run wild in the outfield. Dewitt scored two runs while being on base in his three plate appearances, while Boudreaux went 1 for 4 with a home run and two RBIs. The team also received help from Noah Schacht, who scored a point while going 1-for-4.

Clay’s victory improved their record to 19-3. As for Norwalk, their loss dropped their record to 6-9.

Clay will stay home for one more game and host Ottawa Hills at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday. Both teams allowed few points on average (Ottawa Hills: 3.6, Clay: 3.5), so any points scored will be well deserved. Norwalk has no more games scheduled at this time.

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