Tag: Levi Hyams
Justin Bloxom and Kevin Ahrens each had solo home runs Thursday night, but the Hillcats could not complete the sweep at BB&T Ballpark and fell to Winston-Salem, 5-4.
Kevin Ahrens’ two-run double and Levi Hyams’ RBI triple highlighted a five-run fifth inning that helped the Lynchburg Hillcats break a 1-1 tie and cruise to a 9-3 victory against the Winston-Salem Dash at BB&T Ballpark Tuesday night.
Kevin Ahrens blasted a three-run homer over the left field fence in the bottom of the eighth to power the Lynchburg Hillcats ahead of Winston-Salem, 4-3, which ended up being the final score at Calvin Falwell Field Friday night.
Carlos Asuaje launched a three run home run off Cody Scarpetta in the bottom of the seventh to give the Salem Red Sox a three run lead which they would not relinquish.
The rain was constant tonight in Winston-Salem, but after a 40 minute delay prior to the first pitch, the Lynchburg Hillcats and Winston-Salem Dash battled through to complete nine innings in just over three hours.
Lucas Sims completed his fourth straight quality start tonight allowing three runs over seven innings in the Lynchburg Hillcats’ 6-3 win over the Frederick Keys. Despite the recent string of strong outings, it was the first win for Sims since June 26.
Lynchburg successfully executed a squeeze play in the fifth inning to thrill the crowd, as Daniel Carroll laid down a bunt while Levi Hyams sprinted toward the plate, but that marked the only run for the Hillcats in a 3-1 defeat against Winston-Salem Tuesday night at Calvin Falwell Field.
The Salem Red Sox beat the Lynchburg Hillcats 6-0 at LewisGale Field Thursday night. Salem scored in the first inning for the fourth consecutive game, but picked up its first win during that stretch.
With the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the ninth, Dayan Diaz got David Nick to chop out to second and preserve a 7-6 win for the Salem Red Sox over the Lynchburg Hillcats at Falwell Field in Lynchburg Saturday night.
Myrtle Beach scored two runs in each of the first two innings to take a 4-0 lead and held on for a 6-1 victory over the Lynchburg Hillcats Tuesday night at Calvin Falwell Field.
The Lynchburg Hillcats (30-26) completed their fourth comeback of three runs or more in the past week today with a 5-4 win over the Winston-Salem Dash (22-33).
Edison Sanchez’s two-run double in the eighth inning broke a 3-3 tie to send the Lynchburg Hillcats toward a 6-3 victory, completing a series sweep of Frederick at Calvin Falwell Field Thursday afternoon.
Kyle Wren’s two-run triple in the fourth inning broke a 3-3 tie and sent the Lynchburg Hillcats on their way to a 10-4 victory to open a four-game set against Winston-Salem at Calvin Falwell Field Friday night.
David Nick’s two-run double in the first inning highlighted a three-run frame and sent Lynchburg on its way to 5-1 victory against Wilmington in front of a season-high 4,614 fans at Calvin Falwell Field Saturday night.
Lynchburg scored six runs in its final two trips to the plate of game two Friday evening to defeat Wilmington, 7-1, and ultimately split a doubleheader after dropping the first contest, 5-1, at Calvin Falwell Field.
Leading 2-1 late, the Lynchburg Hillcats surrendered two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to fall 3-2 to the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
Back-to-back doubles by Kevin Ahrens and Dan Carroll in the fifth inning tied the game, 3-3, and an RBI single by Levi Hyams gave the Lynchburg Hillcats the lead for good in a 5-3 victory against Salem Saturday night at Calvin Falwell Field.
The first run of the game belonged to the Frederick Keys, but the final eight all crossed in favor of the Lynchburg Hillcats this afternoon as the ‘Cats won their first day game of the season 8-1.
Lucas Sims became the first Lynchburg Hillcats starter to complete five innings tonight on his way to first win of the season. Home runs from Josh Elander and Levi Hyams both homered as the Hillcats coasted to a 9-1 victory over the Potomac Nationals.
Will Skinner’s solo home run in the second inning marked the first time all season the Lynchburg Hillcats scored first in a contest, but the lead did not last long as Frederick posted six-straight runs in response to take the series finale, 6-2.
Daniel Castro ripped the first pitch he saw from Matt Price in the 10th-inning down the third base line to drive home Tyler Tewell and give Lynchburg its first victory of the season, 6-5.
Will Skinner’s leadoff home run in the seventh inning electrified the Opening Day crowd of 3,574 at Calvin Falwell Field Thursday night, but the Lynchburg Hillcats trailed throughout the contest and ultimately fell to Frederick, 6-2.