Lima Central Catholic Boys Varsity Baseball

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Birds Win 3rd Straight, But Then Fall In Nightcap

The T-Bird boys baseball team won their third consecutive game with a 10-0 win over Miller City on Saturday, but then dropped a 4-1 decision to Parkway in the second game of a three-team doubleheader. Colin Stolly went the distance in the opening game, gaining the victory. Jamaal Hairston took the decision in game two,

T-Birds Win 2nd Straight!

Jacob Judy blasted a 2 run HR in the top of the seventh inning to break a tie game and send the Thunderbirds to a 4-2 win over Bluffton. ┬áJudy’s bomb followed a pinch hit single by Drew Jennings with one out.. The Birds’ pitching was excellent by starter Trevor Hoff, who went five innings

T-Birds Top Shawnee!

A 3-run HR in the first inning by Ethan O’Connor sparked the T-Bird offense early and they held on for a 7-5 win over Shawnee. ┬áBrad Stolly had three hits, and Jake Williams and Liam Stolly each added two to the LCC attack. Liam Stolly picked up the win on the hill with 4 innings

Buzzing Away The Bad, Looking For Wins!

After a tough stretch of games that saw their record drop to 5-12, baseball coach John Schnieders decided it was time for a change. He shaved off his beard that he has had since 2004, and sent the picture to his team saying “5-12, it’s time for a change!”   Well, he didn’t know what

Baseball Wins 2nd Straight!!

The T-Bird baseball team won their second straight game with an 8-0 victory over Spencerville on Thursday night. Trevor Hoff went the distance in throwing the shutout with 11 Ks, and Brad Stolly and Colin Stolly led the hit parade with two hits each. Ethan O’Connor, Brad Stolly and Luke Baumgartner and Jacob Judy had

TBird Baseball Stops Skid With 5-4 Win!

Thanks to a tough schedule and a couple tough, late-inning losses, the T-Bird baseball team found themselves suffering through a six-game losing streak. But on Wednesday night, some clutch hits and tough pitching led the Birds to a 5-4 win over Ottoville, raising their record to 4-9 but more importantly, raising the spirits of a