Charger Baseball off to a 9-0 start

Carroll Baseball has been perfect through 9 games, when will they falter?


Ryan Schwab

Carroll Charger Assistant Coaches Jason Lantz, Brett Windmiller, and Joe Rudolph high five the team after a 12-4 win over Bishop Dwenger. It was a sloppy win, but they are now 9-0 on the season

The  Carroll Charger Baseball team is off to one of the hottest starts in recent memory, going 9-0 through their first 9 ballgames.

Their most recent win was a sloppy 12-4 victory over Bishop Dwenger at home in a game that featured a total of 9 errors, but the team recorded 10 hits in the game and blew it wide open in the 5th and 6th.

They have 5 shutout victories on the season against Columbia City (Owen Scheele 13-0), Floyd Central (7-0), Northrop (2-0), Penn (1-0), and Leo (5-0).

The Chargers have only allowed 14 runs through the first 9 games of the season to New Albany (6), Angola (1), Dekalb (3), and Dwenger (4) thanks to stellar pitching so far from Seniors Will Worrel, Cam Saunders, Cam Herschberger, Michael Dierckman, and Sophomore Jaxon Sparks.

The Bats have been going for Carroll as well as they have recorded 71 hits and 67 runs.

As we approach late April though, the schedule starts to pick up as expected.

Carroll has a big DH with Northridge on Saturday April 22, and the following week will be their toughest of the season facing Warsaw, Norwell, and a DH with rival Snider on April 29.

It is hard to win every single game in Baseball, but the way that the boys are playing right now; it looks like they very well could.