Cathedral continues district domination

Published 12:00 am Friday, April 9, 1999

Cathedral High School sophomore pitcher Jim Sandel pitched a two-hitter against Enterprise High School, as the Green Wave pounded the Yellow Jackets 14-2 in five innings, as the game ended due to the 10-run rule.

&uot;I&160;think we’re in the best position possible right now with regards to our district,&uot; said Cathedral head coach Ken Beesley referring to his team’s perfect 8-0 district record.

The Green Wave offense belted out 11 hits on its way to the 12-run win.

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Enterprise got off to a promising start as the leadoff hitter Jeremy Johnson stroked a solid single to right field, but that hit was soon erased, as the next Yellow Jacket batter lined into a double play that all but ended the inning.

The Wave scored four runs in the first inning, as Jack McLemore singled and Barr Biglane walked. The four runs scored on errors and passed balls.

The Yellow Jackets went in order in the top of the second.

The Wave put up a two-spot in the second as Tyler Idom, McLemore, Biglane all singled consecutively. Jason Munz singled to round out the scoring in the second.

Enterprise scored once in the top of the third on a Green Wave error.

The Wave answered with seven runs in the third. Casey Rogers tripled, Ben Eidt walked, and Idom scored both runners with a double.

McLemore had an RBI-double, and Biglane followed with a run-scoring single.

Russ Simonton followed with an RBI-single, and the final run of the inning came when Munz, who walked, scored on a passed ball.

&uot;I&160;was pleased with our defense tonight,&uot;&160;Beesley said. &uot;We’re really coming into our own.&uot;

The Wave are now 11-5 on the season, and 8-0 in district.

Cathedral plays at Vidalia on Saturday at 2 p.m.