Baseball: Skyline’s Gensheimer throws shutout, Sluymers-Tuccinardi hits two HRs in win over Huron

Skyline’s Ryan Gensheimer, who tossed a no-hitter earlier in the year, threw a complete game shutout as the Eagles blanked rival Huron 8-0 in the first game of a doubleheader on Monday.

Gensheimer allowed five hits and zero runs over seven innings, striking out eight and walking one. Gensheimer was 3-3 at the plate including a pair of doubles – now that’s a day!

The Eagles pounded out 12 hits and led 1-0 after one and then scored two runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings.

Speaking of big days, Skyline’s Owen Sluymers-Tuccinardi launched two home runs in the win. His first home run opened the scoring in the first and his second made it 3-0 in the third.

Jake Middleton and Ian Decz each had two hits for the Eagles.

Skyline won a slugfest 13-9 in the second game. Huron scored five runs to take a 6-0 at the top of the second. But in the bottom of the frame, Skyline scored seven runs to take the lead. The Eagles added two in the third and three in fourth. Skyline had 11 hits while the River Rats pounded out 10.

Owen Sluymers-Tuccinardi hit another home run and was 2-for-3 with two runs and three RBI and a walk.

Lewis McCammon and Patrick Lafferty each had two hits for the Eagles.

Skyline split a non-league doubleheader on Saturday with Livonia Churchill. The Eagles won the opener 9-8 but dropped the second game 6-1.