On Friday the Freshman baseball team earned their first win of the year with a 5-2 win over Taylor Truman. The Warriors were led by Jeremy Zolscak on the mound who went 6 and 2/3s innings scattering 4 hits and was aided by a defense that committed a season low of two errors. The Warriors jumped out to an early lead in the second inning when Connor Thimmes scored on a Robbie Ballard single . Truman would come back to tie the game in the third on a single only to give away the lead the following inning. In the fourth inning Woodhaven was able to add to their score when Budai, George, Zolcsak, and Harris were able to score as a result of an extended inning due to an error which was caused by miscommunication between Truman’s short stop and third baseman. Woodhaven’s final run also came in the fourth when Truman’s pitcher threw the ball away in an attempt to pick off a runner at third base. Dakota Byard would relieve Jeremy Zolcscak with two outs in the 7th to record a one out save. Woodhaven ended the game with four hits which is a season high. The Freshman boys will play six games this upcoming week in the form of three double headers in four days starting on Wednesday 5/8.