Thunderbirds Defeat Riverpigs 10-3 to Win First Series of the Year

The North Country Thunderbirds continued their strong start to the season, defeating the Tupper Lake Riverpigs 10-3 on Sunday afternoon to take the first series of the year. This victory brings the Thunderbirds’ record to 2-1, while the Riverpigs fall to 1-2.

Kezlin Douglas delivered a standout performance, going 3-for-5 at the plate and pitching four effective innings. On the mound, Douglas allowed six hits, issued no walks, and struck out three batters, demonstrating his versatility and skill.

Starter Anthony Rebolledo earned the win for the Thunderbirds, tossing five innings and allowing three runs on just two hits. Rebolledo struck out four batters, setting a solid foundation for the team’s victory.

The Thunderbirds’ offense was in top form, with Hanley Acevedo, Tatsuma Kanoh, and Manuel Guance each collecting a pair of hits. Their consistent batting ensured the team maintained pressure on the Riverpigs’ defense throughout the game.

With this decisive win, the Thunderbirds clinched the series and now set their sights on their next challenge. They will travel to Malone to face the Border Hounds in another three-game series, aiming to build on their early success.

Article by Empire Media