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CHS Baseball -vs- Inola
April 28, 2004
Cards Split In District Series
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Cards Even Series With 19-8 Win In 2nd Game

Fans who did not stay for the second game missed an impressive offensive show by the Cardinals as they evened the series at one game each.

Collinsville got off to a quick 3-0 lead in the first inning. Kyle Shults got things started with a grounder that nicked Inola's pitcher in the face. Kyle scored from first when Inola made a bad throw on Ricky Rimpley's bunt. Jesse Bugg walked. Ricky scored as Josh Compton reached first on a slow grounder. Tyler Whitaker's double scored Jesse.

Inola then started what looked like a repeat of the first game with a grand slam and a triple putting them back into the lead 3-6 in the 2nd inning.

Collinsville then came back in their half of the 2nd inning with 7 runs for a 10-6 lead. A 1-out double by Kyle Shults was followed by singles from Ricky Rimpley, Jesse Bugg, Josh Compton, and Ryan Coe to tie it up at 6-6. Inola then got a force at 2nd but a bad throw to 1st let Compton score and Tyler Whitaker reach 2nd base. David Chester's single scored Whitaker. Chad Ausmus added two more runs with a homer to left.

This Chad Ausmus 2-run homer in the 2nd inning spotted Collinsville to a 10-6 lead in the second game.
Chris Treibt pitched the second game for Collinsville and got the win over Inola.
Collinsville's Ricky Rimpley tried unsuccessfully to block third base from the Inola runner who hit a triple in the 2nd inning of the second game.
Kyle Shults led off the 3rd inning with a solo homer to put the Cards ahead 11-7.
David Chester's 3-run homer in the 3rd inning helped put Collinsville up 16-7 over Inola.
Ryan Coe has a big grin on his face as he brings in the Cards 19th and final run in the 4th inning with a solo home run.