Eagles' Baseball Season Ends

The Sidney Eagle baseball team had two tough losses over the weekend, which ended their dreams of participating in the State Baseball Tournament in Missoula.

On Friday, the Eagles traveled to Helena to play the East Helena Vigilantes. They lost 10-0.

Cooper McNally led the Eagles with one hit in two at bats. The Eagles had one double play in the game.

The Eagles spent the night in Helena and traveled to Columbus on Saturday for their final game of the season. They lost to the Columbus Cougars with a score of 7-3.

Braden Harris led the team with two hits in three at bats. Blake Johnson and Ty Schepens each drove in one run for Sidney.

The Eagles had an excellent season, with a record of 10-6. This is only the second season for high school baseball in the state of Montana.

For the season, Hansen had the most at bats with 54. Heck had 53 and Schepens had 49. Hansen also had the highest batting average at .407. Radke was second with .383 and Schepens was third with .327.

Radke had the highest on base percentage with .517. Hansen was second with .500 and McNally was third with .484.

Gradin Sukut had the most runs batted in with 23. Hansen had the most runs scored with 21. McNally had 20 and Heck had 19.

Hansen had the most stolen bases with 17. Radke stole 11. Heck and Sukut each scored 10.

Congrats on an amazing season in baseball. Your community is proud of you!

 

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