Up 5-4 after four innings, Zapata and Graham drew bases loaded walks to push the Centenary lead to three. Graham drew the walk after falling behind 1-2 in the count.
Gents Baseball Benefits from Extra Outs in Doubleheader Sweep of Northland College SHREVEPORT, La. – Despite the steady rain falling all day, the Gents offense failed to cool off as they scored 31 runs as Centenary (13-3) took game one 19-2 and beat Northland College (0-2) 12-2 in a pair of
The next game was a little closer at a score of 12-6 win over the York B team
Paulding County captured the lead in the second inning. A Patriot hitter grounded out, scoring one run. The Dragons evened things up at two in the bottom of the seventh inning. Dalton Presley drove in one when he singled in the seventh inning.
Last night I made my first ever trip to Orrville, Ohio to catch the semifinal game between undefeated Cuyahoga Heights and the Newark Catholic Green Wave. The game was won by the team I felt would win, but it did not play out the way I thought it would.
Last night at Swank Field in Heath, Ohio the Newark Catholic Green Wave limped into action against a undefeated and healthy Heath Bulldog team. I think many of the nice size crowd, who knew that the smaller school, minus five starters had no chance of winning and most likely knew that this one would be ugly and that is just what this game was.
During the first quarter, Wellington trampled over Ark City. Literally, in fact, a couple of Eagle players received fouls because they could not keep their hands and feet to themselves. Despite the fact that the Eagles play dirty, the Bullpups had good defense playing. One example is when Bryce bounces the ball from an Eagle player’s grip without getting fouled.
Off the back of this defensive work, the Bears marched up field in the 10th minute and scored through Zane Musgrove thanks to some creative work out of
Captain John Kennedy had a fantastic day out, as did Chad Porter and Brendan Raeli for Mounties, as they blew the game out in the final quarter of the game to claim the premiership.
Game two saw Grambling State jump out to an 8-0 lead heading into the bottom of the fifth. However, Centenary scored four runs to cut the deficit in half. LeBlanc walked, stole second, and scored on senior Lizzie Moran’s bunt single between the pitcher and third baseman. Grambling State threw home, and Moran took second. A wild pitch moved Moran to third, and she scored on Dunn’s second sacrifice fly of the day.
In what is a wonderful achievement for the club, Mounties also secured the minor premiership in the Ron Massey Cup – by a whopping eight competition points.
Illawarra Cutters survived a late Wentworthville Magpies surge to come away with a 30-22 victory. The Cutters led 20-0 after just 24 minutes, but the Magpies fought back to trail by two before letting the game slip away from them in the final eight minutes.
15E/F vs. Churchie D In the last round of the season, Churchie played an internal match at Brisbane Grammar’s fields at Northgate. The E / F teams were reduced to just one team due to unavailability, illness and injury. Parents and supporters witnesses a free flowing match which brought credit
The result while under appeal, 1st or 11th, I won’t continue on, but they had pace. Flicking towards the GC, Jamie and PD had a best finish of 7th over the two races. They will need to stay ahead of the #97 in the stops to avoid double stacking, but if they bring half the pace they had at Bathurst, they’ll be hard to catch.
It’s nice to see Paul Bennett and Ben flying the club colours at Hillingdon on a Tuesday night, there were no results this week, but there will be soon enough, so better luck to them for future