TRI-CITY AREA — Capac bested host Dryden, 13-9 and 10-4, in a non-league varsity baseball doubleheader last Thursday.
With the outcomes, Capac moves to 6-2 overall. Dryden slips to 2-4 this season.
In the opener, Capac finished with 17 hits en route to the favorable verdict.
Brody Tesnow (four singles and a double) put up Capac’s top plate credentials. He was backed by Mason Smith (two doubles), Jose Rodriguez (a single and a double), Derek Mason Tim Bochatyn and Zach Langmesser (two singles each) along with James Meadows (a single).
Tesnow was the winning Capac pitcher, prevailing in a relief role. He allowed two hits over three innings, struck out five and walked three.
Dylan Ledford (two singles and a double) paced Dryden. He was backed by Mason Stofcheck (two singles) along with Marty Barker, Ian Tresnak, Owen Gall, Jayden Stankovich and Rowan Handley (a single each) had Dryden’s hits.
In the second game, Capac collected seven hits. Tesnow (a pair of singles), Bochatyn (a double) along with Trenton Tice, Adam Kramer, Mason, Rodriguez and Bochatyn made that output possible.
Bochatyn was Capac’s pitcher of record. He struck out six and walked none en route.
Stofcheck (two singles and a double) led Dryden’s offensive attack. Ledford (two singles) along with Barker, Stankevich, Tresnak and Handley (a single each) supported his performance.
Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.