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Badger Alumni Travis Keys Dominates the Day
Submitted By Mike Lumley on Thursday, March 30, 2017
The men traveled back to Vincennes University to compete against Lake Land College (IL) and Parkland College (IL) and ended the day 1-1 defeating Lake Land 5-1 and losing to Parkland 0-10 in 5 innings.

Travis Keys (FR/London, ON) started the game and dominated their opponent, along with a strong defense, keeping them quite until the sixth inning where Lake Land was only able to push one run across the plate.  

The Red Hawks traveled back to Vincennes University to compete against Lake Land College (IL) and Parkland College (IL) and ended the day 1-1 defeating Lake Land 5-1 and losing to Parkland 0-10 in 5 innings.

Travis Keys (FR/London, ON) started the game and dominated their opponent, along with a strong defense, keeping them quite until the sixth inning where Lake Land was only able to push one run across the plate.  The Red Hawks weren't able to wake up their bats until the fifth inning where they scored their five runs and ended the game with a 5-1 win.

Noah Snyder (FR/Adrian, MI) led the men with a single and two RBI's while Kyle Kemp had a single and an RBI.  Charles Frodl (SO/Cedar Springs, MI) hit a triple and scored once.  Travis Keys produced nine strike outs.

The second game was a different story where the men could not pull it together against a strong Parkland College.   The Cobras were able to score two runs in the first inning and then produced eight in the bottom of the fifth shutting down the Red Hawks 0-10.  

Damion Pompey (FR/Cassopolis, MI) had two singles as Noah Snyder and Chad Paddock (SO/Comstock, MI) each had one.  Hunter Nagle (FR/Ottawa Lake, MI) started this game and struck two batters out while allowing two earned runs.  Wyatt Thornton (SO/Niles, MI) stepped on the mound and struck out four batters but the Cobras were able to score five times.  Kyle Williamson (SO/Big Rapids, MI) came in to relieve but could not stop the offensive strength of Parkland as they scored their last three runs ending the game 10-0.

The men will head back to Vincennes on Sunday, March 19 for a 12:30 pm game time.

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