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Vohs pitches no hitter in Outlaws win

Garrett Vohs pitched a no-hitter in Sisters’ win at home against Woodburn on Thursday, April 29. Garrett finished the game with 11 strikeouts, and also had one hit and one RBI in the contest that ended with the Outlaws on top 10-0.

Vohs told The Nugget that his arm felt fresh throughout the game, and that the curveball and fastball worked well for him.

The Outlaws got 10 hits and several players contributed in the offensive effort. Adam Harper had a double and a triple and two RBIs, Brody Duey had two hits, including a triple and three RBIs. Patrick Silva had a single and a double, and Hunter Spor had a double. Linn and Heuberger both had singles for the Outlaws.

Coach Kramer Croisant said, “I think we are starting to get rolling. As a team defensively we played a very clean game and made all the plays we needed to make. Offensively, we hit very well.”

Sisters was scheduled to play at Woodburn on Monday, May 3. They will travel to Sweet Home on Wednesday, and finish up their week with a home game against Sweet Home on Thursday.


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