SEMINOLE – The Wildcats were on fire Monday.
Bethel swept the doubleheader with Seminole, winning 5-0 and 10-0.
“I think we started a little slow,” Bethel Coach Lincoln Dearing said. “The weather was beautiful and there was no reason to start slow. However, I loved how they bounced back and put the ball in play and threw strikes.”
In the second game, Terrell Dodson hit his first career grand slam. With his team already up 2-0 in the third inning, the right-handed Dodson went opposite field, good enough for his fourth homer of the season. Dodson registered three stolen bases.
“Terrell is hitting the ball well,” Dearing said. “We need to put together streaks and he made that happen today.”
Cameron Egger was the second Wildcat with a multi-hit game.
Jaylon Gordon, John Gordon, Matt Breshears, Jake Williams and Cache Hankins each added one hit in the victory.
Gunner Smith reached on a walk and stole two bases in the second game.
Brendan Carlile picked up the win. Carlile gave up one hit and struck out three in 2 2/3 innings
Cache Hankins pitched 2 1/3 innings in relief.
In the first game of the day, Smith led the team with three hits, helping Bethel to a 5-0 win.
Dodson was second on the team with two hits in the opening game.
Jaylon Gordon and Cameron Egger contributed one hit apiece in game one.
Jaylon Gordon received the win in game one. Williams and Hankins both pitched in relief.