Noah Burgh wasted no opportunities at the plate on Friday, driving in five runs on three hits to lead the Warsaw Tigers past Columbia City 15-6 on Friday. Burgh drove in runs on a single in the fourth, a double in the fifth, and a double in the sixth. The base paths were crowded in this high-scoring game — the Tigers collected 15 hits and Columbia City had nine.
Columbia City started the scoring in the game with one run in the second inning.
The Tigers then promptly tied up the game with a run of their own in the bottom of the second. The Eagles would plate three more in the top of the third, taking a 4-1 lead. The Tigers however would answer with another run in the bottom of the third, and then would take the lead for good with three in the bottom of the fourth. The Tigers widened the lead with six runs in the sixth inning. The Tigers big inning was driven by singles by Josh Ehrlinger and Alex Light and a double by Burgh.
Ian Glogovsky took the win for Warsaw. He went five innings, allowing four runs on seven hits, striking out three and walking one. Joey Springer threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen. Burgh, Jacob Hutcherson, Glogovsky, Drew McCleary, and Ehrlinger all managed multiple hits for the Tigers.
Warsaw (3-2) is in action next at Wawasee on Monday. First pitch is scheduled for 5:00pm.