Keota Baseball Puts Up Fight v. Monte
6-23 Keota 4, Montezuma 11
6-24 Keota 0, Iowa Valley 10
6-25 Keota 0, North Mahaska 13
A gutsy effort by pitcher Zach Mousel and a four-run first inning made for Keota’s best game of the season last Monday against Montezuma.
After giving up three runs in the top of the first inning to the Braves, Keota stormed back with a vengeance and took the lead, temporarily. RBI singles by Nate Sieren, Luke Greiner and Dakota Slaughter plated three runs for the Eagles, and a fielder’s choice by John Mather added another run, giving the Eagles four in the frame.
Hunter Wilson and Mousel each scored in the first inning after reaching base with hits. Sieren and Greiner proceeded to score runs in the inning as well.
Read the full article in the July 2 edition of the News-Review.