baseball team picked up its first win of the season while
coach John Neph recorded the 300th of his career with a 10-8
win against Pentwater on Monday.
“I’m proud of the guys
because they were down early but stayed with it and came
back,” Neph said of the victory. “(Reaching 300 wins) is a
good mark and I owe it all to good assistant coaches and
The West Michigan D League doubleheader was
shortened to one, six-inning game due to cold, windy
conditions. “We hung in there,” Neph said. “It made for some
Onekama (1-2, 1-0 WMD)
trailed 6-1 after the fourth inning but scored four in the
fifth and five in the sixth.
Nolan Miller and Joe Eno
combined to throw the first five innings before Stephen
Verrett got the save. Joe Eno went 3-for-4 with a double and
RBI, Morgan Ledford drove in a pair with a single while
Curtis McKenney and Cordell Williams each had a hit.
Staff report from
Manistee News Advocate,
April 16, 2012