RAYVILLE — The Glenbrook Apaches suffered their first loss of the season, dropping a 2-1 decision to the Riverfield Raiders.
"It was a situation where we knew it was going to be a pitcher's game right off the bat," Glenbrook head coach Jonathan Hardy said. "The home plate umpire was real tight and definitely a pitcher's umpire. The Riverfield pitcher kept us off balance all game and struck us out about nine times."
The Raiders scored the winning run in the bottom of seventh inning to get the win.
Spencer White started on the mound for the Apaches and was relieved by Logan Clark. Clark pitched four innings, striking out six before giving way to Austin Palmier.
Jacob White singled and scored the Apaches' lone run, and Clark added two hits.
"Our pitchers performed fairly well," Hardy said. "But Rivefield was able to push that run over in the last inning. It's a tough loss, but I think it will help us in the long run. It's going to help us when they came to our place, it should give us some more determination."
The Apaches are now 12-1 on the year, and 1-1 in district play.