By The Chronicle workers
Despite outhitting its league rivals, the Mossyrock baseball group couldn’t put any runs throughout in a 4-0 loss to Naselle Monday night.
The Vikings put 5 hits on the board to the Comets’ 4, and had the bases loaded in each the primary and second inning, however couldn’t discover the well timed hit.
“It was a great game,” Mossy coach Darren Kolb stated. “We had opportunities, but that’s baseball.”
The Vikings picked up hits from Keegan Kolb, Gunner Mulligan, Jake Comer, Marshall Brockway, and Hunter Isom. Mulligan began the sport with three innings pitched, permitting 4 earned runs on three hits with two strikeouts. Easton Kolb relieved him for 3 extra innings, permitting one hit with 5 strikeouts, and Comer pitched the final inning with two strikeouts.
Mossy has a brief turnaround earlier than taking up the Comets once more on Wednesday at Naselle.