Pitcher Kaleb Wisnoski did not earn a decision in his first outing for Northeast Texas Community College.
But the Navasota High School graduate pitched effectively.
The sophomore allowed four hits and two earned runs in a start against University of Arkansas Rich Mountain. He struck out five.
“It could have been better,” the 6-foot left-hander said about his debut. “I was mixing up my fastball and curveball and keeping them off-balance.”
The hits he allowed were singles. “They were barreled up,” Wisnoski said. “Later my arm started getting tired.”
He was limited to a pitch count of 80, he said. “I finished the last inning, and that was it,” he said.
He said his velocity was down, common at the beginning of a season, yet the weather was a factor. “It was cold and wet,” he said. “I expected it to be down.”
Dylan Bohnert decided not to return to University of Texas Permian Basin for the spring semester, according to Tom Perpetua, UTPB sports information director. The pitcher out ofAnderson-Shiro High was attempting a comeback from elbow injuries.
Louisiana College’s Kae’ron Baker had 15 points against Belhaven University, the ninth time in 10 games he reached double figures. The past Rattler had five assists and two steals.
Previously at Navasota High, Keaundra Eddings had 12 points for Blinn College against Trinity Valley Community College. She added three rebounds and two steals.
D’Asia White of McMurry University had 10 points against Louisiana College. The Anderson-Shiro graduate contributed three assists and two rebounds.
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