Bulldogs make walking off routine

Dustin Miller swings away for what was Hampton-Dumont's winning RBI against Nashua-Plainfield on Saturday, June 30. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

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HAMPTON — The Hampton-Dumont baseball team pulled off another come-from-behind victory on Saturday, June 30.

 

This time, the Bulldogs overcame an early 5-1 deficit to defeat Nashua-Plainfield 6-5 and walked it off with Dustin Miller’s bases-loaded hit to right in this non-conference tilt.

 

The game was played at Noon, early because of anticipated thunderstorms later in the day, had less-than-ideal conditions under a heat advisory with temperatures feeling closer to the 100-degree range.

 

Trailing 5-4 entering the seventh, H-D got a lead-off hit from Taylan Healey, a one-out walk by Lukas Smith, followed up by a hit from Jordan Severs and an RBI hit by Zarek Mahler that tied it before Dustin Miller’s game-winner.

 

“Same thing as before, we didn’t come ready to play right away, got down,” H-D coach Matt Lokenvitz said. “Battled back and won it in the bottom of the seventh again. Dustin Miller had a great game. Drew Uhlenhopp had a good game and Quinn Logan pitched a heck of a game, went the distance.

 

“And it was a hot day to be doing it. It was a pretty well-played game. We’ll take it.”

 

Hampton-Dumont 6

Nashua-Plainfield 5

 

N-P 300 200 0 - 5 7 NA

H-D 001 211 2 - 6 11 NA

 

Winning battery - Quinn Logan and Zarek Mahler. Losing battery - Levi Enright, Kristian Holmvig (7) and Michael Stille. Two or more hits - N-P (Holmvig, Mason Hyde, Stille); H-D (Dustin Miller 3, Mahler, Drew Unlenhopp, Taylan Healey). 2B - N-P (Hyde, Enright); H-D 2 (Mahler, Uhlenhopp). 3B - N-P, None; H-D (D. Miller). SB - N-P, None; H-D, None. RBI - N-P 2 (Hyde 2, Tanner Haut); H-D 5 (D. Miller 2, Mahler, Uhlenhopp, Logan).