Millhouse-15 dominated the Reds with its arms Wednesday night.

Millhouse pitchers allowed just two hits total in a 10-0 and 5-1 Kiwanis League doubleheader sweep of the Reds at Crysler Stadium.

Millhouse-15 dominated the Reds with its arms Wednesday night.
Millhouse pitchers allowed just two hits total in a 10-0 and 5-1 Kiwanis League doubleheader sweep of the Reds at Crysler Stadium.
Matt Mitchell and Calvin Kingman combined to throw a one-hit shutout in the first game, which was called after five innings because of the 10-run mercy rule.
Mitchell went three innings, allowing no hits and three walks and striking out six for the win. Kingman allowed a hit and a walk in two innings.
Chris Jones had three hits and three RBIs and Logan Enderle posted three hits and two RBIs to lead Millhouse’s offense. J.D. Weyer and Taylor Chester each contributed two hits.
Weyer’s RBI single keyed a two-run first inning that put Millhouse ahead for good.
Justin Zurn took the loss for the Reds (0-2). Houston Richards had a double for their only hit.
In the second game, four pitchers combined on a one-hitter. Taylor Cook allowed one hit and two walks and struck out three in three innings for the win. Joey Werner, Chester and Andy Darby finished with three hitless innings.
Weyer’s RBI single in the third put Millhouse (2-0) ahead 1-0. Ray Kincade’s RBI single keyed a two-run fourth and Jones and Matt Mitchell had RBI singles in a two-run fifth. Jones finished with two hits, giving him five hits and four RBIs in the doubleheader.
Richards suffered the loss. Matt Goodfellow got the lone hit for the Reds, who scored their only run in the sixth.