Snapshots from Spartan sluggers’ shutout Senior Night | Photo gallery

Senior Night festivities started early after the Spartans scored a shutout win against the visitors from Chief Sealth, 11-0, in just five innings Monday, April 23.

The Bainbridge High varsity baseball team thus upped their overall season record to 8-7 (7-4 in conference), and is ranked sixth in the Metro standings.

Seniors Kellen French, Mitchell Kurtz, Ian Matthews, co-captains Garrett Aichele and Brooks Lierle, Tadashi Grindeland, Liam Kobs, Theo Colgan and Ethan Schulte were recognized.

Spartan senior pitcher James McMurray, however, nabbed some special nods from team officials and emerged as the hero of the day.

The Review’s Luciano Marano was there, camera in hand, to capture the action. His favorite shots are collected here.

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