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The Clark County Indians hosted Brookfield on Monday evening, April 4. Near-perfect weather was a treat for fans and players.
After an opening error put a Bulldog runner on base, Koy Nixon struck out three in a row to retire the side.
Drew Holsted walked to start the bottom of the first inning for the Indians. Holsted stole second, and Nixon walked. Caleb Nelson came in as a courtesy runner, and both advanced on a wild pitch. Carter Briscoe grounded out, scoring Holsted and moving Nelson to third. Tristen Pitford’s single brought Nelson home, and a Gabe Howe double scored Pitford. After one inning, Clark County led 3-0.
In the Indian second inning, Elija Elam got a walk to start the inning. Holsted walked. Nixon hit into a fielders choice, and Holsted was out at second. Elam scored on an error.
The Brookfield pitcher loaded the bases with walks, and then balked Garrett Billings home to put Clark County up 5-0.
Brookfield came up with four third-inning runs, but Clark County held on for the 5-4 win.
Nixon threw 97 pitches in five innings, allowing four hits and four runs. Owen Burr and Gabe Howe each pitched an inning.
Holsted and Pitford led the Indians batting with two hits each.