Hunter Spor drives one in the Outlaws’ opener, one of 14 hits for the Sisters squad. Photo by Jerry Baldock
Hunter Spor drives one in the Outlaws’ opener, one of 14 hits for the Sisters squad. Photo by Jerry Baldock
The Outlaws came out firing on all cylinders in their first game of the season, and shut out Newport 11-0 at home on Thursday, April 15. A day later they traveled to Philomath and fell short 15-11, and 5-2, in the double header.

Sisters had 14 hits in their game against Newport and several players contributed big bats in the winning effort. Garrett Vohs had two hits and five RBI, Adam Harper had three hits and three RBI, Connor Linn had two hits, Hunter Sport had one hit and one RBI, and Easton Moore also contributed a hit.

Pitching duties were handled by Will Grace (two innings), and Dillon Tucker, Vohs, and Brody Duey who each pitched an inning. The game ended after five innings due to the 10-run rule.

At Philomath, the Outlaws lost by three in a tough battle full of missed opportunities. The Outlaws left 11 runners on base. Vohs led Sisters with two hits and three RBI. Garrett also pitched three innings and recorded five strike outs, and one walk.

In the second match-up against the Warriors, the Outlaws had scattered hits, with Linn and Harper each recording an RBI. Tucker and Patrick Silva combined for seven strike outs.

Sisters was to play at Newport on Monday, April 19. They will travel to Stayton on Wednesday, and then host the Stayton Eagles on Thursday.