South Haven too much for Rangers

Published 7:01 am Thursday, April 29, 2004

By By SCOTT NOVAK / Vigilant/Argus
CASSOPOLIS -- Visiting South Haven had too much offense for the Cassopolis Rangers Wednesday afternoon.
The Rams (10-3) defeated Cassopolis, 18-2, in four innings and 18-0 in three innings.
South Haven had 13 hits in the opening game and took advantage of five Cassopolis miscues.
Among their hits were three home runs.
Cassopolis had just three hits, including a home run by Spencer Hardisty.
Andre Broussard suffered the loss as he went two and two-third innings, allowing 14 runs on nine hits.
Only five of those runs were earned. Broussard struck out one and walked two.
In the nightcap South Haven had seven hits and two more home runs.
Marcus Bass went 2-for-2 for Cassopolis' only hits.
Hardisty took the loss as he worked three innings, allowing 10 runs on three hits. Only two of those runs were earned as the Rangers committed six errors.
Hardisty struck out three and walked five.
Cassopolis returns to action Saturday when it travels to Berrien Springs for a Lakeland Conference doubleheader beginning at 10 a.m.
First game
South Haven 0(11)4 3 -- 18 13 0
Cassopolis 020 0 -- 2 3 5
Cox (W); Andre Broussard (L)
HR: Corimes (SH), Taylor (SH), Terrell (SH), Spencer Hardisty (C)
Second game
South Haven 62(10) -- 18 7 0
Cassopolis 000 -- 0 2 6
Wisniewski (W), Hardisty (L)
HR: Chew (SH), Terrell (SH)