baseball team was limited to two hits Monday afternoon in a 4-1 setback
to South Lyon in a Kensington Lakes Activities Association cross-over
The loss dropped the Wildcats to 1-2 heading into Wednesday's home double-header against Livonia Franklin.
Plymouth received solid pitching as well from starter Mike Nadratowski, who blanked the Lions through four innings before yielding four runs in the fifth. Jackson Burdette quieted the Lions' bats over the final 1.2 innings.
"We just didn't hit today," said coach Bryan Boyd. "Mike pitched well. Jackson was also a major bright spot in relief today."
The defensive play of the day unfolded in the fifth when a Tyler Gobel-to-Matt Priebe relay nailed a South Lyon runner at the plate.
Nadratowski and Rich Gugliemi registered the Wildcats' only two hits.