The IHSBCA No. 3 ranked Fishers Tigers baseball team won at Greenfield Tuesday night by a score of 13-8.

The Tigers jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead when JJ Woolwine led off the game with a bunt single, and Craig Yoho followed with a two-run home run to left centerfield. Yoho’s home run was his third of the year and the ninth of his career, setting the school’s career home run record.

Fishers added another run in the first inning, when Alex Jamieson was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. Greenfield scored two runs in the bottom of the first thank in part to four walks, two wild pitches and a pair of passed balls.

Alex Jamieson delivered an RBI double in the third inning to extend the Tigers lead to 4-2. The Cougars quickly answered in the bottom of the frame to take a 5-4 lead on a single, walk, double, single and sacrifice fly.

Not to be outdone, the Tigers responded once again with three runs in the top of the fourth to take a 7-5 lead — one they wouldn't relinquish.

With one out, Yoho delivered a double over the center fielder’s head, advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on another wild pitch. After Grant Richardson walked, Kiel Brenczewski delivered a double beyond the reach of the left fielder. Matthew Wolff then connected on an RBI single scoring Richardson, but Brenczewski was thrown out at the plate trying to score from second.

Daniel Owens then followed two-out RBI triple to right field that scored Wolff. The Cougar’s right fielder dove for the ball, which the umpire ruled that the ball was trapped and not caught. As an argument pursued between the player and the umpire, Owens continued to run around the bases for a triple.

Jamieson led off the fifth inning with his second double of the night. Courtesy Runner Grant Whetsel advanced to 3rd on a wild pitch and later scored on a passed ball to extend the Tigers lead to 8-5. An RBI double from Ben Burton, an RBI groundout from Nick Lukac, and a balk that plated Burton extended the Tigers lead to 11-5 in the sixth inning. The Tigers would add two more runs in the seventh when Jamieson delivered a two-run single.

With the score 13-5 in the bottom of the seventh, the Tigers appeared to have the game sealed up, but their defense committed three errors that led to three unearned runs for the Cougars.

After starter Mason Thomas allowed five runs, four of them earned, in two plus innings of work, the Tigers bullpen held the Cougars scoreless until the seventh. Tristan Baker (1-0) earned the win on the mound with two scoreless innings of relief, allowing one hit and striking out two.

Jamieson led the Tigers with four RBIs on a 3-of-4 night at the plate. Yoho and Wolff both had multi-hit nights, as well.