Tag: Zach Williamsen
Justin Esquerra had a homer and knocked in five, and Steven Ridings played the role of silencer for Charles Town in an 8-0 Cannons victory in Game 2 of the Valley League championship series.
A seven-run fifth broke open a close game, and the Waynesboro Generals advanced to the second round of the 2014 Valley League playoffs with a 10-4 win over the Aldie Senators.
The rains came, as expected, but before they did, the Waynesboro Generals got a nice combined pitching effort from Marcus Shippey and Zach Williamsen and a clutch fifth inning RBI single from Colin Bennett to defeat New Market, 2-1, in a game shortened to five and a half innings by rain.
Zach Williamsen gave up one earned run in five innings, and Kyle Pitts hit his first homer of the season, pushing the Waynesboro Generals to a 6-2 win over the Covington Lumberjacks Wednesday night at Kate Collins Field, completing a doubleheader sweep.
Waynesboro scored a run in the eighth and had the tying and go-ahead runs in scoring position, but couldn’t get the clutch hit, and then the Generals went down quietly in the ninth in a 4-3 loss at Aldie.
The Waynesboro Generals had a golden opportunity to make up ground against the first-place Front Royal Cardinals Wednesday night, but the Cards scored two runs in the eighth to take the lead and held on for a 6-5 win.
A two-out, two-strike, ninth-inning double by James Vasquez tied the score, and the Staunton Braves broke through with two runs in the top of the 10th en route to an 8-6 win over the Waynesboro Generals at Kate Collins Field Tuesday night.
The 2014 Valley Baseball League All-Star game on Sunday, July 6, showcases the league’s rising collegiate stars in an annual event attended by baseball fans and Major League Baseball scouts alike at Veterans Memorial Park, Eagle Field, in Harrisonburg.
Zach Williamsen threw seven shutout innings, Jordan Harmon pitched around a mistake-filled eighth and closed things out in the ninth, and the Waynesboro Generals posted a 3-1 win over the New Market Rebels Thursday night.
The Waynesboro Generals dropped their second straight home decision on Monday in a 7-3 loss to the Covington Lumberjacks at Kate Collins Field.
The Waynesboro Generals are hitting just .205 as a team through the first fifth of the 2014 Valley League season. So how is it that the defending VBL champs are atop the league standings at 8-1?