The Peninsula Pilots defeated the Holly Springs Salamanders 3-1 in a game that featured a combined 30 strikeouts between both teams.
The Salamanders pitching staff held the Pilots to four hits on the night. However, the key hit for the Pilots was a three-run double off the bat of Johnathon Embry (Freshman, Liberty) in the second inning. After that, Salamanders did not give allow a base runner, striking out eight Pilots in a row at… Read More
The Salamanders fell to the Edenton Steamers by a score of 10-0 Thursday night at the North Main Athletic Complex after being held to only three hits.
Edenton starter Nick Wegmann (Junior, Binghamton) kept the Salamanders silent for much of the evening, only allowing two hits to the hosts in 6.1 innings of work. Wegmann was rewarded with the win, his second of the season.
Phillip Sanderson (Freshman, Louisville) got the start for… Read More
The Holly Springs Salamanders scored on two wild pitches late in the game to steal a 5-3 win over the Peninsula Pilots Tuesday night at the North Main Athletic Complex.
Cory Wood (Freshman, Costal Carolina) continued his walking ways early in this one and scored the first run on an RBI sacrifice fly by Tripp Shelton (Junior, UNCG). In the second, Peyton Isaacson (Sophomore, Costal Carolina) doubled to start the inning and came around… Read More
The Wilson Tobs defeated the Holly Springs Salamanders on Monday night 5-2 in the first game of a doubleheader.
Ryan Ross (Junior, East Carolina) started the game for Holly Springs, giving up three runs on nine hits, all singles, over 2.2 innings. Ryan Lefner (Sophomore, Saint Louis), Kameron Winburn (Junior, North Carolina Central) and Kyle Staats (Junior, VMI) all made relief appearances.
Marcello Betances (Senior, North Carolina A&T) had a strong outing for… Read More
The Salamanders brought their bats on Sunday night at the North Main Athletic Complex after two nights off due to rain. Holly Springs used a season-high 13 hits to power to a 12-3 win against the Wilson Tobs.
Mark Colella (Junior, Seton Hill) started the scoring early in the first inning with a two-run single to put the Salamanders up 2-0. Colella would later single and score in the fifth inning.
Dalton Hoiles (Junior, Shippensburg)… Read More
Saturday night’s game between the Holly Springs Salamanders and the Wilson Tobs at Historic Fleming Stadium was postponed due to rain. The game will now be played as part of a doubleheader in Wilson on Monday, June 19th, with game one starting at 6 p.m.
This is the second consecutive rainout for the Salamanders after Friday night’s contest against Asheboro was also postponed. Both postponements are being made up as part of doubleheaders (in Wilson… Read More
Friday night’s game between the Holly Springs Salamanders and Asheboro Copperheads at the North Main Athletic Complex was rained out and will be made up as part of a doubleheader that will be played in Asheboro on Monday, June 26th. This was the first rain out in North Main Athletic Complex history.
Fans who had tickets to Friday night’s game are able to keep those tickets and use them as a rain check. Tickets to… Read More
The Peninsula Pilots walked off in the eleventh inning Thursday night to defeat the Holly Springs Salamanders 14-13 at War Memorial Stadium.
The evening was full of offense, and it kicked off immediately. The Pilots strung together five hits and four runs in the bottom of the first. That lead would be short-lived, however, and Holly Springs put five runs on the board in the top of the second helped by doubles from Dalton Hoiles… Read More
Six former Holly Springs Salamanders were selected in the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft held this week, including two from the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University respectively. Brian Miller (North Carolina), Josh McClain (North Carolina State), Tommy Dejuneas (North Carolina State) and Robbie Thorburn (UNC-Wilmington) each played for the Salamanders during the inaugural 2015 season, while Kory Behenna (Wingate) and Cody Roberts (North Carolina) both played in Holly Springs during the… Read More
The Holly Springs Salamanders played a complete game Tuesday night, defeating the Morehead City Marlins 6-3 at the North Main Athletic Complex.
Cory Wood (Freshman, Costal Carolina) lead the offensive attack for the Salamanders with only one official at bat on the night. Wood drew four walks in the game, two of which came with the bases loaded. Tripp Shelton (Junior, UNCG) picked up two hits of his own and drove in a run,… Read More