Area baseball: Byron 4, Goodhue 2The Bears turned five Goodhue errors into three unearned runs as they won at home Monday.
By: R-E Sports Staff, The Republican Eagle
The Bears turned five Goodhue errors into three unearned runs as they won at home Monday.
"That was kind of the end of us tonight," Wildcats coach Eric Schofield said of the errors. "Our mistakes cost us three runs that really shouldn't have happened. Overall though, the kids played a very good game again. I can't really ask for them to do anything else. We're competing every game. We're in every game."
Brock Anderson did much of the damage for Byron. Not only did he earn the complete-game victory, he also went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and two RBI.
Andy Johnson took the loss. He gave up one earned run (four total) in five innings on the hill. Johnson allowed four hits and walked three batters. He also struck out a pair.
Johnson helped himself by going 2-for-4 at the plate.
Goodhue (0-6) will try to pick up its first win of the season Tuesday when it travels to Triton for a doubleheader.