With just seven games remaining, the Fulton varsity baseball team is still seeking its first win of the season.
Fulton was unable to secure its first win of the season in recent games against Jamesville-DeWitt (twice), Mexico and Central Square.
Jamesville-DeWitt got off to a solid start while cruising to a convincing win April 22.
Fulton had similar luck against Mexico April 23. Mexico scored eight runs in the game’s first two innings en route to the win.
In the Red Raiders’ rematch with Jamesville-DeWitt April 25, the date may have been different but the outcome was still the same.
Fulton proved to be competitive against Central Square April 27. The Red Raiders struggled to find the offense that was needed as Central Square came away with the win.
Jamesville-DeWitt did all of its scoring against Fulton during the games first three innings. As it turned out, that would be all of the scoring that was needed. After two innings, Jamesville-Dewitt built a 7-0 advantage. Jamesville-DeWitt scored four more runs during the bottom of the third inning, which capped off an 11-0 win over Fulton.
The Red Raiders were led by Chris Jones, who had a hit against Jamesville-Dewitt.
Michael Bolster started the game on the mound for Fulton. Bolster struck out one while allowing seven runs on seven hits in two innings.
Jake Crucitti relieved Bolster. Crucitti finished with four strikeouts while allowing four runs on eight hits in four innings of action.
Mexico got off to an impressive start when the Tigers took on the Red Raiders.
By the end of the third inning, Mexico jumped out to a 9-0 lead over Fulton.
Fulton scored three run in the fourth inning to cut the lead to 9-3. Mexico another run during the top of the sixth inning to come away with a 10-3 win.
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