UHS baseball tops Rustin, 5-2

Later rally pushes Indians to 4-0 in league play


Unionville infielder Nick Ward — seen here in action earlier in the season — sparked a seventh-inning rally to lead the Indians past West Chester Rustin, Wednesday, to boost their league record to 4-0.

WEST CHESTER — The Unionville High School baseball team continued its winning ways, Wednesday, with a solid 5-2 win over West Chester Rustin, in Ches-Mont play.

Once again locked in a tight contest, the Indians (4-1) managed to break the game open late — a signature characteristic of good baseball teams.

With Unionville up 2-1 in the top of the 7th, sparkplug Nick Ward led off with a single, followed by singles by Kyle Fries, Matt Foster and Drew Jarmuz to score three runs and put the game away.

Senior staff pitching ace Andrew Taylor pitched a complete game to earn the win.

Chris Koehler had a strong game defensively and at the plate going 2-for-2 with a walk. Foster led the offense with three singles and a sacrifice fly resulting in three RBI. Fries went 2 for 2 with a walk and sacrifice fly and 2 runs scored.

The Indians resume play next Monday,  at Bishop Shanahan.

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