The Bellows Falls Union High School baseball team had a bad week. Period.
Coming off a tough loss to Otter Valley a few days earlier, the Terriers followed up a 15-run loss with an even tougher one, a 20-1, five-inning loss at the hands of Woodstock.
"We seem to be going backwards," Terrier coach Bob Lockerby told reporters after the game.
"We can't hit and we can't field. We've got a few things to work on."
Alex Drost got the start for the Yellow Jackets and pitched five strong innings, allowing just one run on three hits, with three strike outs and just two bases-on-balls.
The Terriers pitching on the other hand, gave up 12 hits, eight walks, two hit-batsmen and the BF defense also made five errors, including two foul pop-ups that failed to even be touched.
You are not going to win too many games with those types of numbers.
Even more frustrating is the fact that the Terriers had beaten this same Windsor team not two weeks ago in a tightly contested, well-played game.
To make matters worse, BF could not get any offense going against Windsor starter Drost, with Ben Hewitt, Brendan Hackett and Luke Brophy getting the only hits in the game.