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NK's Tamm allows only 3 base hits during game against Bucs | Baseball

March 26, 2013 · Updated 6:37 AM
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North Kitsap's Ben Tamm shrugs after three Kingston batters strike out in a row during the rivalry baseball game March 25 at North Kitsap High School. / Kipp Robertson/ Herald

POULSBO — The Kingston Buccaneers were unable to get anything going against the North Kitsap Vikings March 25.

The Vikings won 10-0 at home. North Kitsap pitcher Ben Tamm struck out nine batters and allowed just three singles.

Kingston's Brady Brann, Jackson Suter and Ben McMullen each batted for a single.

North Kitsap's AJ Milyard and Adam Lemmon were the top scorers of the afternoon, each earning two runs. Milyard went 1-2 with an RBI as well.

The Vikings were up by six runs in the bottom of the third. Neither team scored in the fourth.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Vikings scored four more runs to add to their total.

Kingston is back on the field today, March 26, hosting Klahowya. Junior Varsity starts at 5 p.m., Varsity at 6:45 p.m.

North Kitsap travels to Klahowya March 27. Junior Varsity and Varsity start at 4:15 p.m.

Final: NK 10, KHS 0

KHS 000 00 — 0NK 213 04 — 10

Battery — NK: Tamm (W) and Green. KHS: Vandegrift (L), Draper and Kucharik, Sustad (5).

Hitting — NK: Gracey 1-2, 1B, 1BB, RBI; Milyard 2-3, 2 (1B), RBI; Crowell 1-2, 1(1B), RBI; Tamm 1-3, 1(2B), RBI; Fisher 1BB, RBI; Bratlien 1-3, 1(1B), RBI; Lemmon 1-3, 1(2B); Hecker 1-3, 1(1B), RBI; Loveless 1-1, 1(1B), RBI.

 

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