The Wilson baseball team hands out a stuffed animal named "Winston" to the top performer in each win. Matt VanOstenbridge received the red dinosaur after tossing a complete game four-hitter in an 11-2 victory over Exeter at Owls Field in West Lawn. The southpaw struck out ten and walked two as the Bulldogs snapped a three-game losing streak. "It's awesome, we needed that. We needed a really good game to wipe it clean and start off fresh," said VanOstenbridge. The junior features a curveball and fastball in the high-80s. He has piled up 50K in 32.2 innings this season, while allowing just 20 hits. Exeter 6'6, 230-pound senior Deven Sheerin entered Wednesday with a 1.94 ERA and 53K in 21.2 frames. The Mount St. Mary's commit was perfect through three innings with six strikeouts. "Deven is my boy. I love Deven. He's always been a stud," replied VanOstenbridge. Sheerin struggled with his control in the 4th when Wilson scored four runs on just one hit. The (8-6, 4-4) Bulldogs erupted for seven runs in the bottom of the 6th. They had managed a total of seven runs in their previous three games. VanOstenbridge, who already has several DI offers, was happy for the support. "It's the best thing as a pitcher. It's great that you know you can go out there and you don't have to pitch a perfect game," he said. Sheerin was charged with eight runs, six earned, on three hits over five innings. He walked five and hit a batter. The (8-7, 3-5) Eagles beat Wilson 11-1 on April 3rd. This matchup, which was part of the Berks County Baseball Showcase, was a much different story. VanOstenbridge told Paul Roberts of SV Sports that he's a fan of Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers. The Bulldogs' ace also talked about his favorite teachers, and what he likes to do for fun.