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Urbana High School Baseball - Home Home Team Rosters Coaches Schedule/Results Announcements History Links Contact Us Directions Urbana Hawks Baseball Urbana Hawks Baseball Urbana High School Baseball Successful experiment: McIlmail callup pays dividends in Hawks' win over Bears Urbana coach Mike Frownfelter originally saw Ferris McIlmail’s callup to the varsity as an experiment, not guaranteeing anything to the freshman. If starting McIlmail at third base didn’t work out, Frownfelter thought, no big deal. He’d send McIlmail back down to the JV team, where he’d take on his previous role of anchoring the infield at shortstop. On Wednesday at Oakdale, McIlmail showed off the results of what has been a successful experiment, providing timely hitting and playing flawless defense in the Hawks’ 10-6 win over the Bears. McIlmail received his opportunity because Urbana (4-1) had a hole to fill at third base with last year’s starter, Logan Haggerty, choosing not to play because of a shoulder injury. Frownfelter started McIlmail at third in a scrimmage before the Hawks’ season opener on March 21. “We liked the way he carried himself and the way he fielded the position,” Frownfelter said. On top of that, he has teamed with the Hawks’ new shortstop, sophomore Trey Lipscomb, to form a solid left side of the infield. On Wednesday, McIlmail and Lipscomb combined to handle six chances flawlessly in the field. At the plate, both went 2-for-4 with two runs scored. McIlmain capped a four-run second inning for the Hawks with a two-run single, and his run-scoring single in the third capped a three-run rally that staked Urbana to a 6-3 lead. When Urbana made its first Class 3A state tournament appearance in five years last season, McIlmail was an eighth-grader at Urbana Middle School while Lipscomb attended Panther Creek High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. Frownfelter said the Hawks had just two positions locked down heading into the spring — senior Jack Stines in center field and junior Ryan Washabaugh at first base. That outlook didn’t lower expectations for Lipscomb and McIlmail, who played fall league baseball together in Montgomery County. Both logged plenty of repetitions at shortstop and third base, and Lipscomb came away impressed with how much the Urbana coaching staff valued offseason preparation. “When I first came here, I knew that we were going to be a good ball team,” Lipscomb said. After collecting just two hits in a season-opening loss to Clarksburg, Urbana has averaged 11.25 runs per game during a four-game winning streak. In handing Oakdale (4-1) its first loss of the season, the Hawks collected just eight hits but also showed the ability to manufacture runs. McIlmail pointed out Stines, who in the sixth inning drew a leadoff walk, advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt, stole third and scored on a one-out sacrifice fly by Washabaugh. On his two-run single, McIlmail, a right-handed hitter, punched the ball through the right side of the infield to the opposite field. “I’ve been having a lot of trouble jumping out in front [and pulling pitches],” McIlmail said. “I’ve been really trying to work on keeping my weight back and driving the ball.” Tyler Pavay and Andrew Bullock preceded McIlmail’s hit with RBI singles, and both went to the opposite field. Pavay also turned in a crucial play in right field, charging in to make a running catch before doubling off an Oakdale runner at first in the fourth inning. “We just locked it down and had a solid good defense the whole game,” McIlmail said. “We’re just going to get better and better. I don’t think anything can stop us now.” Frownfelter is happy about not having to worry about his left side of the infield for a while. “I couldn’t ask for a better position to put ourselves in, to have those two for the next three to four years on that side of the infield,” Frownfelter said. Before Wednesday’s game, Oakdale had shown a penchant for late-inning heroics. They answered Urbana’s four-run second with three in the bottom half of the inning, then pulled to within 7-5 with a two-run third. Dominic Bianchini went 2-for-4, and Cole Shipley had a two-run single. But miscues in the field — Oakdale committed three errors — did the Bears in. “They didn’t quit, our issue is we didn’t catch the ball,” Oakdale coach Sam Mills said. “I don’t anticipate this being a [reoccurring] issue.” Urbana 9, TJ 3 URBANA — Ryan Washabaugh and Tyler Pavay each had two hits with a double for Urbana (4-1). Andrew Bullock had a double. Washabaugh was the winning pitcher with two earned runs. Urbana baseball gets on track By Greg Swatek gswatek@newspost.com URBANA — Needing a spark to ignite its season, the Urbana baseball team got one in the bottom of the fourth inning of Wednesday’s home game with Blake. The Hawks sent 17 batters to the plate in the fourth, scored 11 times and got their season rolling with an eventual 15-4 victory over the Bengals that was called after four and a half innings due to the 10-run rule. The game, which was part of the Robbie Seidel Tournament, was a far cry from the one Urbana played Monday against Clarksburg, an 8-2 loss that saw them walk nine, commit four errors and produce just two hits. “I don’t know if the weather was just cold Monday, but we didn’t look very good,” Urbana coach Mike Frownfelter said. Where the Hawks go after the win over Blake is anyone’s guess. This is a much different team than the one that won the Class 3A West region and played in the state semifinals last season. Urbana waved goodbye to 10 seniors from that team, including their top four pitchers. “I’ve got a freshman playing third base, a sophomore playing shortstop, a sophomore catching, a sophomore today on the mound,” Frownfelter said, alluding to some of the uncertainty. “We are just trying to figure what these guys can do.” The Blake game was turning into a bit of a test, as the Bengals sent eight to the plate as part of a three-run third inning for them. The damage could have been worse for Urbana had it not been for a tidy unassisted double play turned in by the freshman third baseman, Ferris McIlmail. But then came the bottom of the fourth, which began with a leadoff double from junior right fielder Tyler Pavay, and all of the Hawks’ doubts were put to rest about the outcome. Pavay came up later in the same inning and knocked in two runs with a single. “We hit the ball much better [than Monday],” Frownfelter said. “That’s what I am happy about.” The key to Urbana’s season will be attitude and attention to detail, according to second baseman Tyler Scholz. Scholz is one of two seniors in the regular lineup for the Hawks, along with his good friend, left fielder Jake Galloway. “There isn’t much that we don’t talk about,” Scholz said. On Wednesday’s game, Scholtz said, “I think it was attitude. I think we were more mentally focused [than Monday] and doing what our coaches taught us to do. Being more mentally prepared made a big difference for us.” ...

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