LITTLE RIVER — Potential Class 2-1A baseball powers Inman and Little River hooked up in an early season showdown on Tuesday, with neither team gaining an advantage.
Inman exploded for six third-inning runs and went on for a 12-6 victory in Game 1. The Redskins charged back, but a five-run seventh inning by the Teutons blew the game open.
Wyatt Regehr and Ryan Snow drove in three runs apiece for Inman and Jon Landeros added two hits. Kyler Cox had two hits and scored two runs for Little River. Will McLain picked up the win, with Regehr earning the save. Little River ace Cordell Moore took the loss.
A pair of four-run innings propelled Little River to the split, 8-3. Grant Harvey pitched a solid game for the Redskins to gain the win. He also had two hits, while Moore drove in two runs. Inman was held to two hits.
Regehr was the losing pitcher.