PEASTER – The winning streak for Glen Rose junior varsity White ran to six games after Friday’s shutout of the Peaster Greyhounds. The Tigers scored six runs behind the combined pitching efforts of Connor Hansen and Camden Reynolds. Hansen, credited with the win, struck out five Greyhounds over his five innings of work. He also allowed just one hit – an infield single in the third inning. Hansen ran into a bit of trouble in the bottom of the fifth inning when he issued three of his four walks. After he struck out the first batter on five pitches, Hansen walked three of the next four batters – the last two with eight of the nine pitches missing the strike zone – to load the bases. The Glen Rose starter got a groundball to shortstop to end the inning and the first real scoring threat by the Greyhounds. Peaster threatened again the following inning with Reynolds on for his first inning of the eventual six-out save. A pair of strikeouts followed a leadoff single, but an error and base-on-balls loaded the bases with two outs for the second-straight inning. Reynolds jammed the sixth Greyhound batter of the inning and easily fielded the tapper himself for an easy toss to first for the third out. He then struck out two more Greyhounds in the seventh inning to complete the four-strikeout outing. Tiger bats were held in check for the first two innings but found the run column in four of the last five. Reynolds laced a triple in the third inning to score Westin Halcom and Chance Hatfield for the only two runs the Tigers needed. Two insurance runs were added in the fourth inning on an RBI single off of the bat of Halcom and a Hatfield’s fielder’s choice groundout to the Greyhound shortstop. Cordel Whitefield singled home Dalton Schenker in the fifth and Kelton Bernard capped the six-run offensive output when he scored on a throwing error after reaching on a walk in the sixth inning. Glen Rose JV will look to run the winning streak to seven games at home Tuesday against Brock. With a win, the Tigers will move into a tie for first place in 11-3A with the Eagles.