The Shelton baseball team was held to three hits at Central Kitsap Tuesday and lost 10 to 0.
Highclimbers with hits were Brenden Engstrom, Brenden Wagner and Trey Dehning.
The Cougars got to Shelton’s starting pitcher, Max “Falcon” Johnson early scoring seven runs on 11 hits in four innings. The game was called in the 5th after CK added three more runs off relief pitcher Max M. Johnson that triggered the 10-run mercy rule.
Leading Central Kitsap on the mound was Greyson McCormick who pitched five innings, holding the ‘Climbers to three hits, striking out seven and walking one. Carson Wiler was 2 for 3 at the plate with two doubles and five RBI.
Shelton split its season series with CK and now is 2-and-4 in the South Sound Conference, 5-and-6 on the season. The Highclimbers are off until next Tuesday when they travel to Timberline.