High School Baseball:
Saturday, April 11, 1998
Vincent Lewis Jr.
It was a day where runs would be scored in bunches. Well, at least that was the case for Washington Township. They would bat around plus two in the second inning and rolled past Camden Catholic 12 - 2 in an Olympic Conference game. Township's Rob Egan highlighted the inning with a three-run homerun and Brett Munch contributed a two-run double.
Township's starting pitcher Brian Bially would only give up 2 hits through the 1st three innings of the game and yielded no runs. He kept Camden Catholic off balance mixing in the off speed pitches. Camden Catholic would add their only two runs of the game in the fourth inning.
But it was Rob Egan who started the second inning with a lead off walk and then scored the first run of the game. He would also score the last run of that inning on his three-run homerun over the left center field fence. Township made due on every oppurtunity Camden Catholic gave them. Township scored 8 runs that inning. The Minutemen would improve their undefeated record to 4-0.
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