U-32 High School
Kellington and the Raiders are quickly proving that you don’t need a lot of outside practices to excel on the baseball diamond. Poor field conditions have limited U-32’s outdoor exposure this spring, but the Raiders have persevered while starting the season with a 5-2 record. Kellington was on fire during a doubleheader sweep over Randolph, leading his team to a 16-9 victory in the opener before taking the mound and sparking a 5-0 victory. During the first game Kellington went 2-for-3 with a double. The Ghosts had no answer for him in the second game, recording one hit over seven innings. Kellington recorded 18 strikeouts and issued zero walks to silence Randolph. Earlier in the week the Raiders scored five runs in the sixth inning to steal a 12-9 victory over Peoples. The U-32 offense is averaging nine runs per game.