Trappers Struggle At Home


Through six innings of play, the Trappers only trailed the Sabre Dogs by three runs, but a nine run inning in the top of the seventh shut down all hopes of a Trappers come from behind home win 18-1. With the loss, the Trappers fall to 7-9 on the season after starting the season 5-1. The Trappers are now 4-4 at Hyde Stadium, and 2-8 in their last 10 games played.

Cole Johnson, Michael Herrera, and Landon Badger all had two hit games on Tuesday night. The rest of the batters for the Trappers combined to go 3 for 22 at the plate. The Trapper’s bats had a quiet night after scoring 29 runs combined in their last two games played.

The Trappers had a chance to come back until the top of the seventh. The Trappers went through three pitchers in the seventh as they gave up a combined nine runs. The nine runs were brought in by a slew of hits; five straight walked or hit batters, and a grand slam by Mason Dinesen.

The Sabre Dogs added on another nine runs in the eighth and ninth innings thanks mainly in part to a grand slam by Alex Hay in the top of the 9th.

The Trappers are back at home once again tonight as they will take on Gering at 6:35. You can hear this game on Capital City Rock 104.5 and