Photo by Jennie McGhan
Grandview pitcher Anthony Mendoza delivers the ball to an Ephrata batter during action at home last Saturday. Grandview lost to the Tigers by scores of 17-1 in game one and 17-0 in game two. The lone Greyhound score of the day came in the third inning of game one, when Anthony Ramirez slapped a double and later scored on a passed ball. Eddie Zepeda also had a double in the opener for Grandview. In game two, Grandview’s Brendan Bardwell broke up an Ephrata no-hit bid with the only Greyhound hit of the game. Grandview hosts Ellensburg tomorrow, Tuesday, in its last home appearance of the season.
As of Monday, April 28, 2014