Ridgefield, Wash. — A total of 25 runs were scored on Wednesday night and the Bells lost 15-10 to the Ridgefield Raptors in the second of a three-game series.
The Raptors ended up with 20 hits and scored at least one run in every half inning including two in the bottom of the first.
Bells outfielder Emilio Corona scored the first Bells run of the night with a single-run home run to lead off the top of the third inning.
Infielder Yugo Hamakawa added to that total with a two-RBI double, in the same third inning, that brought home catcher Ezra Samperi and outfielder Daniel Gernon, Bells trailed 6-3.
Ridgefield outfielder Micah McDowell answered with a single-run home run in the bottom of the third and Raptor catcher Grant Heiser hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning that gave the Raptors a 10-3 lead.
One more home run was recorded for the Raptors in the bottom of the sixth inning from designated hitter Tafton Henseley that scored two and gave the Raptors a 13-6 advantage.
The Raptors used seven arms from the pitching staff that combined for a total of 16 strikeouts against the Bells.
The rubber match is set for Thursday at 6:35 p.m., catch all the action at mixlr.com/bellinghambells.