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Kent Roosevelt tops Cloverleaf 6-2 behind the arm and bat of Tristyn Page

KENT, Ohio- After a rough outing down in Dayton, Tristyn Page came to play on Friday afternoon at Kent Roosevelt Field. Page was a huge part of Kent's 6-2 victory over Cloverleaf today. Page was strong on the mound and at the plate today. Page went 3/4 at the plate today,l driving in two run. He also tallied 11 strikeouts and zero walks on the mound.

"I felt great today, stayed in the zone, and didn't throw too many balls," said Page. "The changeup worked the best for me today. It definitely got me a lot of rollovers."

Page wasn't the only star of the show today. Senior Scottie Spears also had a massive role in today's win. Spears went 2/3 with a hit by a pitch at the plate. He was a massive contributor in putting some runs up on the board for the Rough Riders. Spears had one RBI and two runs scored on the day. Kent took advantage of Cloverleaf's pitching struggles getting five walks out it, four hit by pitches and 11 hits.

After the game, Coach Haney and his team got together and had a very long and positive talk and were very upbeat after winning their first home game of the season.

"It was good to see today. In our last two games in Dayton, we had one hit in two games. We faced two really good arms down there, and we had an opportunity to come back here. It's not that their guys threw the ball badly at all, but our guys were more prepared to hit today," said Haney. "We took our watch and began to put balls in play. Of course, they have defensive effort, and they're pretty good. I watched them all around. We ran the bases well at times; we probably needed to work on a few things, especially from the third base, but ultimately, I was happy with the effort offensively."

Kent’s next game will be at home versus Cuyahoga Falls next Tuesday with first pitch a 5 PM.



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