Rapids Up Record To 7-2 With Win At HomePosted: Updated:
It was a come-from-behind victory for the Watertown Rapids as they faced the Geneva Red Wings at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds Monday night.
Geneva scored the first two runs of the game in the top of the fifth inning to take the lead, but Watertown scored five runs in the sixth.
The Rapids went on to win the contest 6-3.
That puts the collegiate team's record at 7-2, which team members say is a good start.
"The guys have been really competitive, you know we've gotten some good results," Coach Dave Anderson said. "We've had two tough losses and I think the guys competed in those, as well, so I'm really happy with how we've played and I think they're excited to be here and they're having a good time."
"Our bats are staying hot and then we've got a lot of good hitters that are working really hard and our pitchers are consistently putting the ball in the zone," Rapids player Nick Bosma said, "and I just think we've got a group of guys that really like each other, really love to play baseball, so we come to work every day and I think it's going to turn into a good season for us."