Blackhawks split with Pullman, shutout Colville
Cheney’s regular season-ending doubleheader was the story of two different teams – one that struggled at the plate and on the mound and the other the exact opposite.
Blackhawks’ pitchers had trouble finding the strike zone in the first game last Friday with Pullman, eventually leading to an 11-run sixth inning for the visitors and 12-2 loss. In game two Cheney struck early and big, scoring eight runs in the bottom of the first en route to the 11-4 win over the Greyhounds.
“The boys got a little fired up after getting 10-runned and came out swinging,” Blackhawks’ manager Randy El...