JV Generals' final game is tonight at Quincy Park.
Will Burgess doubled home two runs and Jeff Kruger immediately doubled home two more as the Washington-Lee JV Generals exploded with six second-inning runs Friday night at Norwood Field at Quincy Park. The team went on to defeat the Stuart Raiders 12-2. The Generals added three more runs in the third inning. Andrew Lewis pitched shutout innings in the fourth and fifth, which was followed by a shutout sixth by T.R. Sheehy. The defensive play of the night belonged to Henry Bendon, who speared a sizzling Stuart shot at third base and calmly gunned down the Raider runner. The JV Generals' final game is at home on Tuesday against the Hayfield Hawks.
Five-time Cy Young Award-winner joined the Generals in the dugout Friday for their win against the Mount Vernon Majors.
Will Burgess pitched five-plus strong innings and scored the go-ahead run on a perfectly executed squeeze bunt by Ben Buckholtz as the Washington-Lee Generals defeated the Mount Vernon Majors 4-2 in a junior varsity baseball clash Friday at Quincy Park. Burgess recorded eight strikeouts, had two of W-L's six hits and scored two runs. Burgess tired in the sixth inning and the Majors loaded the bases with no outs. Cam Anderson relieved him and retired Mount Vernon thanks in part to a spectacular leaping catch by Buckholtz at first base. Anderson then struck out the side in the final Mount Vernon at bat. The biggest buzz of the night, however, was caused by former major league and future Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson. The 6-foot-10-inch …