Post 400 Gets Swept in Conference Doubleheader against Fargo Post 2
June 17, 2016
The Fargo Trappers lost both games of a Friday night doubleheader against Fargo Post 2. In game one, the Trappers held a 2-0 the lead until the 5th inning, but allowed 6 unanswered runs which resulted in a final score of 6-2. Post 400 was led offensively by Zach Staller, who went 2-3 with a run scored. In the second game of the doubleheader, the Trappers failed to get on the scoreboard, and ended up losing by a score of 4-0. The Fargo Post 400 Trappers will play a non-conference game at DGF on Monday, June 20 at 6:30 in their next matchup.
Trappers Drop Non-conference Game in Moorhead
June 15, 2016
Moorhead held Post 400 to just 2 hits over 9 innings en route to their 8-0 win over the Trappers on Wednesday night. Zach Staller threw 3 solid innings for the Trappers, by allowing no earned runs, no hits, and striking out 3. Up next for the Trappers is a doubleheader against Fargo Post 2 on Friday at 5:00 and 7:00 at Bennett.
Post 400 Hosts 1st Annual Youth Camp
On June 8th and 9th, Post 400 Baseball hosted their 1st annual youth camp for kids ages 7-12. The players were instructed by both Trappers coaches and players, and were given instruction in the areas of hitting, pitching, infield, outfield, and baserunning. In addition, each participant received a Post 400 Baseball T-shirt, and a post-camp meal including hot dogs, chips, and Gatorade. Nearly 50 kids participated in the camp, and Post 400 looks forward to hosting similar camps in the future.
Trappers Win 2016 Joe Parmer Tournament
Post 400 baseball won the 10th annual Joe Parmer legion tournament hosted at Jack Williams Stadium from June 10th-12th. The Trappers started the tournament on Friday with a 12-4 win over Moose Lake, followed by a 12-4 loss to Fargo Post 2. On Saturday, the team took down Worthington 9-0, and beat Moose Lake 18-0 in a rematch from Friday. On the 3rd and final day of the tournament, Post 400 defeated Worthington again by a score of 9-1. The Trappers were led by tournament MVP Erik Engel, who had 5 hits and 6 RBIs on the weekend, and also threw a no-hitter against Moose Lake on Saturday. Consistent hitting, efficient pitching, and a solid defense were the crucial components that allowed Post 400 to win the tournament, and the Trappers look to continue their success with these 3 important elements throughout the rest of the season.
2016 Trappers Schedule Released
The 2016 Fargo Trappers schedule has officially been released. Post 400 will play 37 games this summer, not including the State Tournament.
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