Truckee baseball | Wolverines run win streak to nine vs. Quincy |

Truckee baseball | Wolverines run win streak to nine vs. Quincy

Courtesy of Pat McKechnieTruckee senior Max Collinson pitches two scoreless innings of relief in a 16-6 win against Quincy on Tuesday.

The Truckee baseball team routed Quincy 16-6 in Reno on Tuesday to extend its win streak to nine games.

The Wolverines (11-4 overall) scored in every inning but the fifth. They led 3-1 after one inning, 5-2 after two, 9-5 by the end of the third and 14-6 by the end of the fourth.

Travis Ferre started and earned the win, giving up five runs (three earned) on three hits and a couple of walks while striking out six in three innings. Brandon Deeter allowed one run in an inning of relief before Max Collinson threw two scoreless innings to close it out. Truckee committed four errors behind them.

The Wolverines jumped all over Quincy starter Jake Hatzell, tagging him with 12 runs (eight earned) on 12 hits in three innings.

Senior Steven Baker led the offensive charge, as he finished 2-for-3 with a double and four RBIs. Tony Buranzon went 3-for-3, while Ferre helped his cause with two doubles and two RBIs. Andy McKechnie also drove in two runs and Jackson Rohlf had two hits and two RBIs. Andrew Metlenko contributed a hit and an RBI, and Deeter, Ryan Smith and Collinson each had one hit, Collinson a triple.

Cal Blanton was the only Quincy hitter with more than one hit as the Truckee pitchers limited the Trojans to six hits total.

UP NEXT: Truckee is scheduled to host Whittell on Saturday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. The games will be played at Truckee River Regional Park.

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