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Titans offense goes cold at Edmonds

Henry Lovekamp, baseball
Henry Lovekamp went 2-of-2 vs Edmonds.

The Titans offense never got going in a late-night defeat at Edmonds, 4-0.

How it happened: The Titans had two on and two out in the top of the 2nd but were unable to score.

In the bottom of the 3rd a fielder choice and a two-run single scored three runs for Edmonds.

The Tritons got their fourth and final run in the bottom of the 4th after an RBI triple.

The Titans only recorded three more hits and their best scoring opportunity came in the top of the 8th when Henry Lovekamp and Drew Staley walked to start the inning, but after a couple of outs and a pass ball the Titans threat ended.

What/who stood out: .133 average…4 hits…two walks…10 strikeouts…one stolen base…five hits allowed…four earned runs allowed…four walks…nine strikeouts…three errors, one double play, one stolen base allowed…one pass ball.

Hayden Curtis 1-of-4…Jack Swisher 1-of-3…Henry Lovekamp 2-of-2 and 1 walk…Drew Staley one walk…Mitchell Bell 3 innings, two hits, 3 earned runs, 3 walks and three strikeouts…Joe Ball 1 inning, one hit, one earned run, two strikeouts…Trenton Hough 2 innings, one hit, one strikeout…Curran Mitzel 2 innings, one hit, one walk, three strikeouts.

What it means: The Titans are 1-1 to start the season.

What's next: The play neutral site game vs Spokane at 11 a.m. tomorrow and then Edmonds again at 2 p.m.