Bellevue West ended Fremont's win streak with a dominating 12-1 victory in five innings, highlighted by a no-hitter. Fremont coach Jeff Hayden expressed a need for improvement, acknowledging Bellevue West's strong performance. The Thunderbirds scored eight runs in the fourth inning, capitalizing on six hits and two Fremont errors. Despite Fremont's lone run in the first inning, they struggled against Bellevue West's pitcher's eight strikeouts and strong pitches.

By the Numbers
  • Bellevue West recorded 14 hits during the game.
  • Fremont's pitcher allowed 13 hits and 12 runs in 3 2/3 innings.
Yes, But

The game showcased Bellevue West's superior performance, overshadowing Fremont's efforts.

State of Play
  • Bellevue West's victory positioned them as a strong competitor in the league.
  • Fremont will look to bounce back in their upcoming game against the Discoverers in Columbus.
What's Next

Fremont will aim to regroup and improve their performance in the next game following this defeat.

Bottom Line

Bellevue West's dominant performance, culminating in a no-hitter, ended Fremont's win streak, emphasizing the need for strategic improvements in upcoming games.