WELLS — For Kyle Bisonette and the Chazy baseball team, it was just one of those games where they could seemingly do no wrong.
Bisonette fired 15 strikeouts in a no-hit performance — his second of the season — in the Eagles’ 15-0 drubbing of Wells in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference play Friday.
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With Brian Norcross not present, modified coach Joe Fish assumed head coaching responsibilities.
“(Bisonette) started off slow, but found a groove,” Fish said. “He carried us from there. He was throwing hard and had great command of all of his pitches. He carried us (Friday).”
The Indians only managed four runners on base all game: two were on walks, while the other two reached base after being hit by pitch.
“In the bottom of the seventh, he walked the first two batters,” Fish said. “Other than that, he picked it up right from there. Offensively, we helped him in return. Everyone hit very well. A lot of people stepped up and took care of business. It was a team effort.”
At the plate, Chazy belted 15 hits.
Alex LaPierre hit two doubles, while teammate Josh Peete was 3-for-3 at the plate with a double and 3 RBI.
Craig Botten and Nathan Reynolds each managed multiple hits with Reynolds scoring on three occasions.
Caleb Hayes was tagged with the loss, surrendering seven runs in over four innings of work for Wells.
“I’m really proud of these guys,” Fish said. “They all work so well together. It was great to have the opportunity to step up and help.”
Bisonette and Zach Brothers combined on a no-hitter April 15 in a 10-0 win over Westport.
During his varsity career, Bisonette has recorded two no-hitters on his own, while contributing on two others.
Chazy 15, Wells 0