SF Preps Baseball: Stuart Hall blows out Marin Academy

Stuart Hall wins its fourth straight home game with 10-2 league victory over Marin Academy

Stuart Hall got going early in their BCL-West match-up with Marin Academy on Tuesday, scoring five runs on four hits in the first inning, thanks to doubles from Bo Darwin and Dylan Banks.

That turned out to be all the Knights would need, but they still tacked on a few more for good measure, winning 10-2.

Stuart Hall (4-2, 1-1 in BCL-West) rapped out 12 hits on the day, with multi-hit days coming from Jack Pirrone, Ethan Reader and Ryan Darwin. Pirrone led the Knights with a 3-for-4 day, driving in two and stealing a base.

Dylan Banks didn’t need to go long on the mound, and allowed one run on three hits in three innings to earn the win. Reader, Jonathan Newsome and Luke Moore all came out of the bullpen to finish things out. Banks went 1-for-2 at the plate with a walk and an RBI.

Banks leads the Knights in hitting, now at .467 after the day. Newsome upped his average to .400, and Pirrone is now hitting .368 in six games.

Senior Haakon Black led Stuart Hall with four of the Knights’ 13 stolen bases on the day, going 1-for-3 with a walk, two runs and an RBI. He now has five stolen bases on the season.

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