FRANKCLAY — In past years, the Bismarck Indians have been victims of the West County Bulldogs, but this Fall baseball season they have made their stand, winning two of the three outings between the two teams with their most recent a 12-6 win on Monday.
Tyler Pearl did not strike out a batter in pitching the game for the Indians, but he managed to get several pop-ups making his fielders’ jobs a lot easier. Pearl pitched five innings for the win, and Klayton Loughary threw the last two in relief.
The Indians gave their hurlers plenty of support with the 12 runs on 12 hits. Logan Blunt was 2-3 with a double, and Jake Kirkpatrick and Loughary were both 2-5 with Jake Swain going 2-4. Drew Rokiski, Jeremia Owens, Wyatt Boyer and Pearl all had one hit each.
Kyle Harrison was 3-4 with a double and a triple for the Bulldogs. Jesse Waters hit a double, Billy Whitehead hit two singles and Elliott Sutton had one.
The Indians will host the Bulldogs in a fourth encounter this afternoon.