Cobras Complete Sweep Of Hawks

April 21st, 2014
Game 2:
Again it was the Cobra who jumped on top early scoring four times in the 2nd and two more in the 3rd. Glenn Reeves two-run double followed by a Bryce Pennington single got the Cobras on the board. PC tacked on single runs in the 4th and 5th to make it 8-0 before a late Hawk rally made in interesting. Pennington tossed six scoreless innings before being roughed up in the 7th but Nick Coudret three of the four hitters he face to preserve the win. Reeves, Pennington, John Udina, and David Hayes all had two hits in the game as PC had 12 total in the contest.
HCC 000 000 5 5 7 2
PC 042 110 X 8 12 1
W-Pennington (2-0)
L-Curry (4-1)
S-Coudret (1)
With the wins PC moves to (21-15 11-7) while the Hawks drop to (26-8 12-6). The losses drop HCC out of first place allowing John Wood (29-10 16-6), who swept four games from Danville over the weekend, to take over the top spot

Anderson Impressive as PC Takes Game One From Heartland

April 21st, 2014
Game 1:
Sam Sampen got the Cobras on the board early as his bases loaded triple in the first gave PC a 3-0 lead. Sampen would later score on a wild pitch to make it 4-0, a lead the Cobras would hold until the 5th. Parkland starter Tyler Anderson was perfect over the first four innings as he retired the first 12 hitters, striking out five. The Hawks finally got to Anderson in the 5th as they put together four hits to score three times to cut the lead to one. Parkland tacked on two important insurance runs in the 6th on RBI by Brett Chappell and Glen Reeves.
Down 6-3, the Hawks again got to Anderson with a walk and a single to start the 7th before Cobra skipper Dave Garcia summoned Alex Lesiak from the pen. After being greeted with a single to cut the lead to two, Lesiak retired the final three hitters to earn the save and secure the win for Anderson.
HCC 000 030 1 4 6 2
PC 400 002 X 6 8 0
W-Anderson (3-1)
L-Waliczek (1-2)
S-Leake (2)

Close Game Goes Way of Jaguars to Avoid Sweep

April 12th, 2014
Parkland fell in a very tight game 2 by a final score of 3-2.  PC starter Tyler Anderson struggled with command, but limited DACC to just two runs in the first three innings.  Nick Coudret came in relief and held DACC in check over the next three innings. Parkland scattered five hits at the plate and tied the score in the bottom of the sixth on a pair of hits and a wild pitch. Tied going to the 7th, DACC scored the eventual game winning run taking advantage of a catcher's interference call, a single, and a pair of  disputed walks that resulted in the ejection of Coach Garcia. The Cobras were unable to score in the bottom of the seventh and ended the day with a split of the doubleheader.Austin Schultz (3-3) was once again the leader at the plate for the Cobras were missing the entire starting outfield due to injuries.Parkland is back in action Sunday with a double header at Danville as the Cobras try to take the series from the rival Jaguars.
Game 2
DACC        0    0    2    0    0    0    1         3    7    2
Parkland     0    1    0    0    0    1    0        2    6    2   
LP-Leake (1 2/3 2 K 2 BB 2 Hits 1 Run) and Andrews
Top Parkland Hitters
Austin Schultz 3-3
Connor Currier 1-2

Parkland Rides Weller to Take Game One From Danville

April 12th, 2014
The Cobras were led in game 1 by sophomore Kyle Weller who threw his fourth complete game of the season, scattering seven hits over nine innings. The two teams battled a thirty-five mile an hour wind blowing in from center field but pushed across seven runs on twelve hits to lead them to a 6-2 victory over DACC.  The Cobras were led at the plate by freshman Austin Schultz who was 3-5 with two RBI and sophomore Connor Currier who was 2-4 with an run driven in. 
 Game 1
DACC    0    1    0    1    0    0    0    0    0        2    7    4    
Parkland 2    1    3    0    0    1    0    0    -        7    12   0
WP-Weller (9 IP 10 K 5 BB   7 Hits 2 Earned Runs)

Heartland Wins Slugfest to Avoid Sweep

April 6th, 2014

After a low scoring game one it was anything but as the Hawks would blister the softball pounding out 22 hits in a 18-10 win over Parkland.  The Cobras would pick up 14 hits of their own in a game where each team would use three pitchers but it was the Hawks who took advantage of the opportunities.  The loss drops the Cobras to (19-7) on the year.  


Parkland Takes Key Region 24 Game From Heartland

April 6th, 2014

Jordan Wheeler would get the start for the Cobras and give up a run in the first but it would prove to be the last as Parkland would outlast the Hawks 3-1.  The only Cobra offense would come in the first as well as Carly Sarff and Wheeler would both single to set up a towering three run shot off the bat of Erin Hettinger.  The win was the third straight of the season against Heartland following a DH sweep at the Corn Crib earlier in the year for Parkland.