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July 12th 2019

07/12

18u- Carolina Prowl vs Georgia Stars

The Georgia Stars started their game against the Carolina Prowl with a 1 run inning courtesy of an RBI from N. Osorio. Osorio later came in to close in a bases loaded situation and struck out two in two innings of work to get the save. Starting pitchers Nathan Colloway (Prowl) and J. Castellanos (Stars) both had trouble finding the strike zone at times, and were not backed by their respective defenses. The result was a tie on one earned run for both pitchers. Calloway settled very well after the initial one run first and three run second inning going scoreless through the next four innings. Offensively, the Prowl’s Drew Settle had a good day at the dish with an RBI single, and Paxton Tolleson had an RBI on a sacrifice fly. Tolleson also impressed throwing out multiple runners at catcher, flashing a strong arm. For the Stars, Resh drove a two RBI single in the top of the 3rd. Unfortunately for both teams, errors and walks played a pivotal role in the 4-4 tie between the Prowl and Stars.

18u- ECB Patriots vs Morristown Senators

The ECB Patriots started out well in their game against the Morristown Senators with a scoreless first. Joe Morgan took a no hitter five and 1/3 inning, before being replaced by Charlie Purdue who continued to take the no hitter in to the 6th until Lawson Wagner broke it up with two outs in the 6th. Morgan flashed a firm fastball and strong build. He worked down the mound well and controlled off speed well. Offensively, the Patriots were led by Nolan Louis who started the game off with an inside the park homerun to right center field wall. Louis also flashed pull side power with a hard drive to the left center field while. Marco Colina also had a triple in the 5th. Morristown Senator’s starter Lawson gave up five hits, and six runs, however several of them were the result of errors and walks. The Senators’ offense was unable to generate any runs and the Patriots took a 6-0 win.

RBI Titans vs Warriors Baseball

Despite a five run inning from the RBI Titans, produced by a two RBI single by Cole Presson, a two RBI single by Jayden Joiner, and an RBI single by Andrew Miller, the Titans rally would not be enough in their 8-5 loss to Warriors Baseball. The Warriors were able to produce crooked numbers throughout the day. Everett lead the team with an RBI triple on a multi-hit day. Adams, Kiser, and Sealey would also drive in runs for the Warriors on hard hit balls. The Titans five run inning was not enough to hold the Warriors offense, and several defensive miscues would lead to their loss against Warriors Baseball.

16u- Max Power vs Augusta Bats

Max Power and Augusta Bats both produced dominant pitching performances in their game at USC Upstate on Friday. Max Power’s Stephen Ruddy went seven innings giving up no earned runs. The only run for the Bats came on a throwing error in the third inning. Ruddy’s long build and good mechanics provided for a firm fastball and control of the zone, but he has more left in the tank. The Bat’s Paxton Hallum went five innings allowing no earned runs. The Power were also able to score one run on a throwing error in the fourth. Hallum ppounded the strike zone and had a firm fastball with solid off speed to accompany. He showed promise to grow and develop as well. Neither team was able to produce much offense and played stellar defense. Left fielder Jackson Boggs stood out for the Bats and the Power’s Kaden Dugle played a very athletic shortstop in the 1-1 tie between the Max Power and the Augusta Bats.

 

 

18u- Morristown Senators vs Hard Knox Orioles

In the 10-2 win over the Morristown Senators, the Hard Knox Orioles bats produced in bunches, scoring four in the first, three in the third, one in the fourth and two in the seventh. The Orioles were lead by Mikey Bray in multiple facets of the game. Bray drove two different RBI doubles and started the game on the mound for the Orioles with two scoreless innings. Others who impressed for the Orioles were Hunner Lawrence who had a RBI single and a two RBI inside the park homerun and Ben Steward who added an RBI double on the day. For the Morristown Senators, Jeb Hurst has continued to impress at the plate, driving a hard RBI single and reaching base three times on the day. Despite Hurst’s efforts, Morristown Senators were unable to walk away with a win in their 10-2 loss.

18u- Atlanta Travel Baseball vs Eastside A’s

Atlanta Travel Baseball and the Eastside A’s faced off in a game that the Eastside A’s would control for the majority of the game. Pitcher B. Downs was extremely successful going 4 innings scoreless. The Eastside A’s struck first after an RBI double from K. Shiver and RBI single from J. Ferguson. They added one more on an error, but the Atlanta Travel Baseball were able to mount a comeback. J. Josey scored the first of the game for the ATB with an RBI bunt for a hit. Two out walks brought in the next three runs and the Atlanta Travel Baseball won by a score of 4-3.

16u TN Nationals vs GATA Wolfpack

The TN Nationals started off strong in their game against the GATA Wolfpack. Wolfpack starter Marcellus Allen loaded the bases on a walk after two singles from Nationals’ Logan Quales and Ashton Wilson. A walk, pass ball, ground ball, and a sacrifice fly from Elijah Birdsong would bring in four runs for the Nationals. Nationals pitcher Seth Chafin through a strong five innings giving up one run in the second on an RBI single from Marcellus Allen and an RBI double from Allen in the third. Allen drove in both the runs for the Wolfpack, showing developing power and exceptional speed. The Nationals added two more runs following the first inning, one in the second and one in the fourth. Lucas Chausse drove a triple and Logan Quales added to his day with an RBI double. Cole Hartsock also had an RBI single in the TN Nationals 6-2 win over the GATA Wolfpack.

GATA Wolfpack vs OTK- Launch City

OTK Launch City started off the game strong with a two run first inning. They posted crooked numbers throughout the game scoring two more in the second, one in the third, and four in the first. Leading the way for the Launch City offense was Jacques, who singled twice and walked and scored each time reaching base. Martin scored him once on an RBI single, and H. Parker scored him on a groundball as well. The GATA Wolfpack suffered a brigade of errors, walks, and pass balls/wild pitches that lead to the nine runs scoring for OTK. The only offense they would be able to produce off OTK’s Wofford came in the bottom of the fourth from two singles and two pass balls. Marcellus Allen impressed again with another double and a single in the bottom of the 4th. However, this would not be enough, and the OTK Launch City defeated the GATA Wolfpack 9-4.

18u- 42 Athletics vs Atlanta Travel Baseball

Atlanta Travel Baseball and the 42 Athletics both started off strong with the bats scoring one. The Athletics manufactured one on a ground ball after Robert Frazier led off the game with a single to right. For ATB, D. Dollison drove a single, then scored on an RBI single from starting pitcher Spikes. After loading the bases for a second straight inning, Spikes was pulled and Scott entered to pitch, performing great damage control and preventing a run from crossing the plate. From then on the ATB were in control with an RBI double from Lymon, and RBI singles from Chrisholm and Dollison. Dollison finished the day with three RBI’s and a run scored. For the Athletics, the most impressive bat was Jayden Golthim who drove an RBI double in the third and an RBI single in the 5th, producing half the runs for the Athletics in the 9-4 loss to Atlanta Travel Baseball.

18u Carolina Prowl vs Warriors Baseball Powered by Rawlings

Warriors Baseball hitters were able to score three runs in their first inning against the Carolina Prowl; the result of a three RBI triple to the right field fence from Nick Sellers. From then on, the game became a pitchers’ duel. Warriors right hander Halton Hardy slung a firm fastball, with a long arm action. He drove down the mound well. Hardy gave up zero runs on four hits in seven innings of work against the Prowl. Prowl’s Austin Parr settled very well following the first inning. He worked his way out of several different jams, giving up three runs on nine hits in seven innings of work with an off speed he spots up well and good run on his fastball. Despite driving four hits in the game, the Carolina Prowl were unable to produce any runs and lost by a score of 3-0 to the Warriors Baseball Powered by Rawlings. Warriors advance to the 18u championship game.

18u Championship- Hard Knox Orioles vs Warriors Baseball Powered by Rawlings

The Hard Knox Orioles and Warriors Baseball showed down in the 18u championship game for a big win for the Warriors. The Warriors pitcher Peyton Irvin went seven innings giving up two runs. Mikey Bray came in to pitch in the top of the second inning for the Hard Knox Orioles after starting pitcher D. Holmes gave up two runs in the first two innings. Bray worked seven innings giving up one earned run. The Warriors would win on a go ahead RBI double by Sellers in the top of the ninth while in international play. Three more runs scored on pass balls allowing the Warriors to win the championship on a 6-3 to win in extra innings. Offensively, the Warriors’ Stockton (RBI Sacrifice fly), Compton (RBI single), and Sellers (RBI Double) impressed at the plate. For the Orioles, G. Duncan (RBI single) and Holmes (RBI single were very impressive. On defense, both Bray and Irvin were extremely dominant, and closing pitcher for the Orioles, B. Steward was extremely impressive with great arm action and a firm fastball.

06-12 Diamond V. The Lab The Lab strike quick in the top of the first on some wild pitching and defensive miscues. They take a 4-0 lead after the top of the first. Diamond Elite makes a pitching change in the second but it does not change much as Lab continued to poor it on in the second adding another one to make it 5-0. The Lab explode again in the third for four more runs, 9-0 Lab. The Diamond bats finally come alive here in the 5th, they plate 2 to make it 10-2.  The Lab dominate this one 16-2.

BC Athletics v Diamond Elite  This one was all BC from the start, dropping a 7 spot in the first inning, multiple hits by Griffin Mashburn and Tripp Spencer lead this first inning charge. They continue to poor it on for the next three innings and take this one with ease, 15-0.

Stars V CrossHit  The Stars break tie in the third inning with an RBI double by Phillips. They open it up even more in the fourth plating 4 to make it 5-0. Wrinkle pitches well into the game going 6 scoreless. An inside the park home run by Johnson gives the Stars a 6-0 lead in the fifth. The stars take this one 7-1.

Force V. Redstitch  Red stitch is all over the starter for the force in this one, doubles by Oziaz and Stapleton help fuel a 4 run first inning for Redstitch. Rossenburger throws well into the fourth not giving up a run all day. Wawwick has himself a day going three for three at the plate including a bases loaded triple. Redstitch takes this one 11-1.

Hendersonville v Cadets This was our first pitchers duel of the day here at ETSU. Nobody scores until the fourth inning, when the cadets score on a wild pitch. However in the bottom half of the fourth the Shooters explode for 2 runs, giving them the 2-1 lead. The Shooters bats stay hot and score in the fifth, sixth, and seventh, giving them a 6-1 win.

Voodoo V Mavs The Voodoo Jump out to a 2-0 lead in the first on some walks and timely hits.  A few passed balls helped as well. In the bottom of the third the Voodoo add three more. After three its 5-0 Voodoo. However The Mav’s would not give up as they scratch 5 to tie it up. The Voodoo bats wake back up in the 5th plating four runs giving them a 9-5 lead. They take this one 9-5

Gametime V. Titans Gametime came out hot in this one plating 6 in the first two innings. Lester gets two hits in the first two innings and Taylor did his job on the mound, pitching well with a lead only gave up one through three innings. He did not walk one batter all day. Gametime comes out on top 6-4.

Cyclones V. Showcase Showcase gets hot early in this one scoring a combined three runs in the first two innings to give them the early 3-0 lead. However the Cyclones did not give up, they answered back in the third with a run of their own. R. Gallardo has a great day on the bump for Showcase. He went three inning without giving up a run. The cyclones put the pressure on in the fourth

 

adding two more to make the score 4-3. Behind a huge top of the seventh the Showcase take this one 10-4.

Thunder V. Phillies The Thunder bats come out hot recording 6 hits in the first inning and dropping a 5 spot in the bottom half of the first.They rally for 8 more hits in the second to take a 12-0 lead. They roll in this one 12-1.

Saints V. Stars  The Saints and Stars both started off hot here at ETSU. The stars threaten in the first inning but do not get anything across. In the bottom half of the inning the stars scratch four on four hits. After two the score is bumped up to 8-0 Stars on the back of Center Fielder Nolan Faust, Faust was good at the plate all day, even recording an RBI triple. Their starter goes three scoreless, The Stars take this one 14-0.

RBI SOX V. Pro hitting baseball This one started off quiet but the bats came alive in the second for the Sox. Some timely errors and hits propel them to a 6-2 lead after two. Lawson throws well, he had some big strikeouts on his way to 3 innings and 1 earned run. The RBI sox edge this one out 7-5. Generals V Prime Both pitchers throw well to start this game. Neither team scored until the third, when the prime score 2 to take a 2-0 lead. The prime starter threw well into the fourth. Allowing no earned runs. However the Generals find their stride in the fourth plating 4 runs taking a 4-2 lead. The Generals end up winning this one as time expires, 9-2.

Redstitch V. Cruisers Both teams bats come out hot in the first game here at ETSU. Red stitch comes out with three hits and three runs in the first. The Cruisers also come out dropping a three spot in the first. However Red stitches starter will settle in after the tough first inning, and the Redstitch bats keep it going scoring 10 runs in 4 innings to win this one 10-7.

Falcons V. Sox  This game was all Sox from the very start. A solid first inning plating two runs and putting up a quick zero helped set the tone. They exploded for a six hit second inning and scored 10 runs to take a 12-0 lead after the second inning. Their starter throws well into the fourth allowing no earned runs. They win this one 13-0.

RBI V. Stars  Pitchers dominated the first part of this game, both guys put up zeroes for the first few innings. The Stars bats show some life in the third plating two runs on a couple hits and a bunt that was thrown away. Their pitchers combine for a complete game shutout and they win the first semifinal game of the day 3-1. J

C Thunder V. Showcase The Showcase start this one off hot, having a 5 run first inning. They continue their hot streak scoring one more in the second. Their starter worked fast all day, completing 4 scoreless. The third inning really put the stars in control, they scored 4 in the third. They win this one 12-0.

Friday game 2 at Wofford (Warrior Baseball Powered by Rawlings vs Carolina Torros)

 

The Carolina Torros got on the board in the second inning from a solo homerun over the left field line from catcher Anthony to take a 1-0 lead. Warrior Baseball was quiet until the top of the 6th inning when they tied the game with an RBI single to right field from leadoff hitter Sealey. He finished the day 2-3 with a triple down the left field line, single, and the only RBI from his side. Starting pitching from both teams threw well as the Warriors’ pitcher threw a complete game while giving up 1 run and only 3 hits. The Carolina Torros starting pitcher also threw a complete game while giving up 1 run and 5 hits. The final score of the game was Carolina Torros 1, Warriors Baseball 1.

 

Friday game 3 at Wofford (New Balance vs Launch City OTK)

 

Launch City OTK start the game by drawing three consecutive walks. They finish the fist inning scoring 3 runs and drawing 6 total walks. New Balance Greeneville also scored 3 runs in the first inning off of a few hits and a ground out to score the first run by C. Erwin. In the top of the third inning New Balance Greeneville produced another run from a single from C. Erwin. New Balance brought in relief pitcher O. Wallen as he throws 5 innings giving up only 1 runs. In the bottom of the 6th inning OTK rallies 2 doubles by A Parker and Wylie to score a run to tie the game 4-4.  OTK walks it off in the bottom of the 7th inning with 3 consecutive walks winning the ball game 5-4 over New Balance Greeneville.

 

Friday game 4 at Wofford (HardKnox Orioles vs 42 Athletics)

 

The Hard Knox Orioles got on the board early with 2 runs in the first inning. #9 H. Lawrance plated a run with a deep sac fly. The Orioles put another pair of runs in the 3rd inning from the hot bat of B. Sawart who had a 2 run homerun to left field giving his team a 4-0 lead. The Athletics offensive standout was #21 Devin A. who went 2-3 with 2 singles. In the top of the 7th inning the Orioles scored another pair from a 2 RBI single from J. Williams giving them a commanding lead. The starting pitcher S. Wilkins, from the Orioles had a good day pitching 4 innings while giving up no runs in the win. The final score of the game was Hard Knox Orioles 7, 42 Athletics 0.

 

Friday game 5 at Wofford (East Cobb Patriots 17u vs Georgia Stars)

 

Both teams pitching staff dominated as only one run was scored in the 7th inning game. The Georgia Stars’ starting pitcher, A. Hatcher dominated in his 5.2 innings of work. He only struck out 4, but with his good location he pitched to soft contact getting alot of outs. The East Cobb Patriots’ pitcher threw a great game with the entire 6 innings under his belt giving up the lone run of the game. The Stars scored a run in the bottom of the 6th inning to take the lead off of #21 William Martinez’ single. Martinez finished the day 2-3 with two singles to his name. Offensive standout for the Patriots was #8 Wright who had a double in the right center gap. The final score of the game was Georgia Stars 1, East Cobb Patriots 17u 0.

 

Saturday game 1 at Wofford (Gwinnett Thunder vs Carolina Indians)

 

The Carolina Indians began to produce runs in the top of the 3rd inning with a 2 RBI single from #11 T. Tucker taking a 2-0 lead (He finished the day 2-3 with 2 singles). The Indians had a strong 3rd and 4th inning scoring a run in each inning. #10 for the Indians had a good day going 2-3 with an RBI double over the left fielders’ head and a single. The Gwinnett Thunder’s offensive standout was the DH Nunez who went 2-2 with 2 single. Also for the Thunder #28 Colavecchio having a double in the left center gap. The final score of the game is Carolina Indians 4, Gwinnett Thunder 0.

 

Saturday game 2 at Wofford (COB Shockers vs Nationals)

 

The COB Shockers had hot bats in the first inning as they bat around scoring 7 runs. The Shockers’ four hole hitter D. Partin had a 2 RBI single to give his team a 2-0 lead. Immediately following A. Gallardo had himself a 2 RBI double increasing the lead 4-0. The Nationals failed to score a run; however, leadoff batter L. Quales stood out as the only National to get a hit. He went 2-2 with a single and a double down the right field line. In the 2nd inning the Shockers drew 4 walks and had a single from A. Gallardo leading to 4 runs scored. The final score of the game was COB Shockers 12, TN Nationals 0.

 

Sunday game 1 at Wofford (Barrett Braves vs Georgia Stars)

 

The Barrett Braves’ leadoff batter, Sam Templeton,  started the game on the right foot with a hustle triple. Following the triple, Chase Gribble drove in the first run with a well placed ground ball to the second baseman making it 1-0. The Braves went on to score 2 more runs in the bottom of the 3rd inning from the help of Daniel Belcher who had  a good situational ground ball to the shortstop. The Stars were limited to no runs and only 5 hits in the 6 innings of baseball. The Stars leadoff hitter #22 Xaver Ondre lead off the game with a double down the left field line. The Braves starting pitcher #44 Alex Johnson threw 5 innings giving up 4 runs and striking out 9 batters. The final score of the game was Barrett Braves 4, Georgia Stars 0.

 

Sunday game 2 at Wofford (Barrett Braves vs Morristown Senators)

 

The Barrett Braves opened the game with 4 runs in the top of the first inning. The leadoff batter, #21 Sam Templeton, reached base with a single and he later scored on a pass ball. Templeton finished the day 1-2 with an RBI. #4 Daniel Belcher had an RBI single into left field to give his team a 3-0 lead. The Morristown Senators began scoring runs in the bottom of the 2nd inning from an RBI line drive single up the middle by #17 Zac. In the 3rd inning, the Senators scored 2 more runs sparked by a double from the leadoff batter, #11 Jacob. The final score of the game was Barrett Braves 7, Morristown Senators 4.

 

Sunday game 3 at Wofford (Eastside A’s vs RBI Titans)

 

The Eastside A’s began scoring runs in the bottom of the second inning as the second baseman Poole, drove in a run with a single. In the bottom of the third inning the A’s managed to tack on 7 runs. #6 D. Green had a 2 RBI single making it 5-0. Also in the inning J. Ferguson had a deep sac fly to left field to plate another run. In the inning the A’s had 6 hits, 4 walks, and 7 runs giving them the commanding 8-1 lead over the Titans. The Titans scored their lone run of the game in the top of the 3rd inning with an RBI single to left field from their lead off batter #16 Joiner. The final score of the game was Eastside A’s 8, RBI Titans 1.

 

Sunday game 4 at Wofford (Augusta Bats vs Carolina Indians)

 

The Carolina Indians bats were consistent throughout the game as they score runs in 4 of the 5 innings of play. The Indians 5 hole hitter, B. King, drove in a run in the first with a single into left center. King also had a huge double into the left center gap in the 3rd inning as he finished the day 2-2. The offensive standout for the Augusta Bat was #7 Even Lambert who went 2-3 with two singles. Also for the Bats lead off hitter #24 Hayden reached base 2 times including a double down the left field line. The starting pitcher for the Indians, B. King, threw a great game giving up no runs and 1 hit on 4 innings pitched. The final score of the game was Carolina Indians 9, Augusta Bats 0.

 

Sunday game 5 at Wofford (Carolina Indians vs COB Shockers)

 

Both teams in this championship game came out of the gates hot as both produce runs in the first inning. In the top of the first the Carolina Indians place 3 on the board from the help of 3 hole hitter, K. Harvey, who had an RBI single. Also in the inning, second baseman #7, had an RBI single. He finished the day 2-3 with 2 singles and 2 RBIs. For the COB Shockers, J. Horta came clutch with a 2 out double to score 2 runs. After the 1 inning the Shockers’ bats went cold failing to score another run in the game. The Indians went on to score 6 runs in the 5th inning off of 7 hits and 2 walks. M. Dickson for the Indians had a 2 RBI single in the 5th inning increasing his team to a 11-2 lead. The final score of the game was the Carolina Indians 11, COB Shockers 2.

 

Friday:

 

Carolina Indians vs. MT Pleasant Lumber Yard

 

The Carolina Indians jumped on the board first in this one; scoring one of a big double off the wall by King, knocking in Stewart. The Indians striked for 6 more in the top of the second. Hooel lead off with a single and was brought around to score from Dickerson and his RBI single. Bian walked and would come around to score on a past ball. A three RBI triple by Fitzgerald scored Tucker, Blankenship, and Bryant. Blankenship and Bryant walked while Tucker singled earlier in the inning. The theme would stay the same for the Indians and they would add on five more to extend their lead to 12-0. Dodgens walked, then stole second and third. He then came around to score on a passed ball. Hooel and Woody would both would come around to score on separate errors. Bian came around and touched home on the bases loaded walk drawn by Bryant. Tucker would also score on a past ball, giving the Indians their fifth score of the inning off of no hits, two errors, four walks, and a hit by pitch. The top of the fourth was more of the same, as the Indians added two more runs to their score. King walked to lead off the inning and would score on a passed ball. Dodgens followed with a single and would be able to score thanks to a throwing error on the shortstop later in the inning. In the fourth, MT Pleasant would need three to avoid the run rule, and they would get them. Wachsmith and Hutto both singled and scored in the inning along with Moore who walked and came around to score in the inning. So we would play a fifth inning and that’s all we would need for the other run rule to kick into place. Indians take this one 14-3 over MT Pleasant.

 

Carolina Indians vs. Barrett Braves

The Carolina Indians jumped on the board first again in their second game of the day. The Indians scored one after King walked and then intentionally got in and stayed in a run down long enough for Fitzgerald to score from third after singling earlier in the inning and stealing two bases.  Carolina would not break their streak yet and scored yet another run in another inning. Actually scoring 3 more in the top of the second. Hooel singled early in the inning and would come around to score from a squeeze laid down by Woody. Dickson and Woody would also be brought around to score off of the two RBI single by Bain that was smacked into left.  The Indians put another mark up in the fourth thanks to a solo bomb by Dodgens , putting the Indians up by 5. The Indians would add some insurance in the top of the sixth by scoring four and implementing the run rule for the next half inning. Dodgens lead off the inning with a single and was able to come around and score from a passed ball. The big Damage was done with Tucker and his bases clearing triple that scored Dickson, Woody, and Bain. Giving Carolina a 9-0 lead. That’s all they would need, getting the win in six innings over Barrett Braves 9-0.

 

 

 

 

 

TN Nationals vs. Barrett Braves 15u

The TN Nationals would get on the board first here in game three in a pretty unconventional way. Minnick walked, stole second, was moved to third on Roystons hard ground ball to short, and then was able to cross the plate on a balk from the Braves pitcher. It would be until the sixth inning until another run would cross the plate for either team. The Braves were able to sneak a run across in the top half thanks to a passed ball that scooted away from the Nationals catcher. The Braves would score again in the 7th and take the lead late. Gribble singled to left center scoring Templeton, who walked earlier in the inning and then stole second. Maye followed with another single, this time scoring Gribble. The Nationals were threatening all inning until finally a single by Hartstock would let Wilson cross the plate

brining the Braves lead down to only one. The Braves would hang on and take this one 3-1.

 

Morristown Senators vs. Thunder

The Thunder would get on the board first in this one by back-to-back singles from Bissell and Wasner and then a sacfly by Colovechio put the Thunder up 2-0. The Thunder clapped for three more in the third inning. From an RBI walk from Matulich and a two RBI single from Stinger that scored Bolen and Nunez.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday

 

42 Athletics vs. Carolina Prowl

The 42 Athletics got on the board first in this one; pushing across two in the top of the third thanks to Shupe’s RBI single and Robert’s sacfly. Justice and RJ also singled in the inning allowing the Athletics to score 2 runs on 3 hits and 0 errors. Carolina would not wait long before striking back. Settle and Humphries set the bar by both reaching to start the inning. Rollins did the damage with his screaming groundball to third that tied the game at 2. The Prowl was able to edge out in front in the bottom of the fifth inning after Crooke’s saftey squeeze was thrown away by the pitcher giving them a 3-2 lead. The one run lead is all they would need as time would expire and the end of the sixth inning would be the last. Prowl wins 3-2

 

 

Sunday

 

ATB vs. Hard Knox

The Atlanta Baseball Club would push one across in the first after McMichael hit a ground ball up the middle that looked like it would be a double play after Hard Knox shortstop made a very nice diving play, but couldn’t get the ball to second in time allowing Butler to score from third and the bases to be reloaded. The Orioles would not take long to answer back; doing so in the bottom of the second. Hard Knox would send 11 batters to the plate and score 6. Chamlee, Doggett, and Holmes would get credit for RBI singles. Holmes brought in two on his single, while Chamlee and Doggett just knocked in one each. Lawrence and Williams also scored in the inning. Lawrence on errors and Williams from a passed ball. The big second inning would propel Hard Knox into the lead 6-1. In the bottom of the third Hard Knox sent nine batters to the plate while scoring three more. Williams walked to lead off the inning and moved to second on the single from Hall. Duncan followed with a sacrifice bunt moving the base runners to second and third. Chamlee was next and he drew a walk to load the bases. Doggett came to the plate with the bases juiced and did his job by hitting a deep fly ball to left scoring Williams. The Orioles weren’t done yet as Hall and Chamlee would both cross from third after back to back passed balls. Extending their lead to 9-1. The Atlanta baseball club would scratch one across in the bottom of the fourth thanks to McMichael would smoked a ball in the right center gap and got on his horse after the centerfielder dropped the ball allowing McMichael to reach third and eventually score after Noel’s hard ground ball to short. In the top of the fifth Hard Knox had another huge inning; sending 12 batters to the plate scoring 8 off of 7 hits. Collecting RBI’s in the inning were Wilkins, Holmes, Bray, Crimbly and Williams. Bray and Williams both collected two RBI’s each on there singles. Also having hits in the inning were Doggett, Steward, and Lawrence. As a result the Orioles extended their lead to 17-2. The Atlanta Baseball Club would not go down easy scoring five in the bottom half of the fifth. Parker, Spikes Jr., and Noel collected the RBI’s in the inning. Josey, and Scott also had hits in the inning on their way to scoring 5. Five would not be enough as time ran out and and the Hard Knox Orioles take this one 17-7.

 

 

 

 

 

MAX POWER VS. MORRISTOWN SENATORS

Max Power would get on the board first in this one; scoring in the bottom of the first off of no hits. Griffen lead off the inning with a walk, stole second and third, then came around to score on a passed ball. Morristown would respond in the top of the third thanks to Coffey’s RBI single that scored Morelock after he walked earlier in the inning & tying the game at one. Morristown scratched the go ahead run across in the fifth thanks to some small ball. Cole Lamons lead off the inning with a single, stole second, and was bunted over to third by Conner Lamons. Morelock was next to the plate and would do the damage by singling into left field and giving the Senators the lead. Max Power would not take an L for an answer; loading the bases in the bottom of the sixth. Dugle came through for Max Power walking it off with his two run single. Max Power wins 3-2.

 

NEW BALANCE VS. GEORGIA STARS

The Stars of Georgia would score first in this one; pushing one across in the bottom of the first thanks to an RBI single from Micah that scored Collin. The Stars tacked on one more in the bottom of the third after Collin smoked a double over the right fielders head scoring Xavier. New Balance would get one back in the top of the 6th before time expired thanks to Drye and his RBI single through the 5-6 hole that scored Harof. Harof walked earlier in the inning. The Stars would only need a lead of one to finish out the game as time expired in the sixth.

 

 

LAUNCH OTK VS. NEW BALANCE

It would be until the fourth inning before either team put a run across. New Balance would be the first as Felder lead off with a double, advanced to second on a passed ball, steal third, and eventually come home to score after another passed ball giving New Balance a 1-0 edge. New Balance put another run on the board in the bottom of the fourth after a screaming double was hit by Batson; who scored Drye. Drye singed earlier in the inning and then stole second. That’s all New Balance would need to take the victory 2-0.

 

 

7-12-19 @Broome HS

Game 1- Gwinnet Thunder vs. Max Power

In the top of the first inning, Max Power jumped out in front with a 1-0 lead. They scored early in the game to put themselves ahead of the Thunder. The Thunder did not score in the bottom half of the inning.

Max Power did not score in the top half of the third inning. They went 3 up, and 3 down. In the bottom half, the Thunder take the lead after scoring 2 runs. #1 (Holsworth) singled to the shortstop and reaches 1st safely and #8 (Chow) scores. The 2nd run wad scored by a sacrifice fly to center field from #28 (Colavecchio) which scored #1 (Holsworth).

In the fourth inning, Max Power didn’t score during their at bat. The Thunder score another run and extend their lead. #2 (Bissell) scores on a balk from the pitcher. The Thunder take a 3-1 lead to head into the back half of the inning.

Neither teams scores the rest of the game which means that the Thunder walk out with a win over Max Power. Both teams pitched well and didn’t give up many hits. The final score to the game was 3-1 Gwinett Thunder over Max Power.

 

Game 2- Georgia Stars vs. COB Shockers

The Georgia Stars lead off the game at the plate but didn’t score a run during their at bat. In the bottom half, #17 (Hill) singles to right which plated #8 (Gillespie). The score after the first inning is only 1-0 with the Shockers leading.

In the second inning, the Stars scored their 1st run of the game. #71 (Madden) scores on a passed ball from the catcher. He scores standing and tie the game at 1-1. In the bottom half, the Shockers score 3 runners. #2 (Gallardo) scored on a balk from the pitcher. Then #42 (Palacios) and #22 (Henry) scored on a throwing error by the catcher. Both runners score easily from 2nd and 1st. After 2 innings of play, the score is 4-1 Shockers.

In the sixth inning, the Stars didn’t score and had only 1 runner on base. The Shockers scored another run. #8 (Gillespie) scored on a throwing error by the 3rd baseman when trying to get batter-runner out at 1st base. The Shockers lead the Stars 5-1 as we head into the seventh inning.

Neither team scored in the seventh. The final score was 5-1.

 

7-13-19 @ Chapman HS

Game 2- Georgia Stars 18u vs. RBI Titans

The second game of the day was between the Georgia Stars 18u vs. the RBI Titans 18u. Neither team scored in the first inning of the game.

In the second inning the Stars did not score. They went 3 up and 3 down. In the bottom half of the inning, the Titans scored the 1st run of the game. #1 (Tudor) scored on a throwing error from the catcher. The ball ended up in right field which allowed him to score standing. The Titans take the lead at 1-0.

In the third inning, the Georgia Stars scored 2 runs and took the lead over the Titans. #14 scores on a throwing error from the catcher. The ball ended up in left field which scored him standing. #16 (Vaughan) grounded out to the shortstop which scored #18 (Hatcher). The batter runner was thrown out at first and the inning ended after the next batter’s at bat. The Stars took the lead at 2-1.

Neither team scored the rest of the game. Both pitcher’s did very well and it was a pitchers duel . The final score to the game was 2-1 and the Georgia Stars win.

7-14-19 @ Chapman Hs

Game 1- Eastside A’s vs. East COB Patriots-

In the first inning, the A’s came out swinging and put up 5 runs in their 1st at bat. #23 doubled to left center which scored #20. #21 doubled the next at bat which scored #3 and #23. Then #21 stole home on the catcher’s throw down to 2nd. The last run was scored by #24 who hit into a double play, 6-4-3, #7 scores from 3rd base. In the bottom half of the inning, the Patriots did not score and only sent 4 batters to the plate. The A’s took the lead after one inning of play at 5-0.

In the second inning, the A’s came out swinging again, they plate another runner to extend their lead. #21 singled to left field which allows #3 to score from 2nd. In the bottom of the inning, the Patriots score their 1st run of the game. #19 (Bush) hits the ball to the 1st baseman for a 3U but #24 (Carter) scores after he lead off their at bats with a single to left. The score is now 6-1 with the A’s still leading.

In the fourth inning, the A’s add another 5 runs.  #23 doubled to right and #20 scored. #21 singled up the middle to score #3 from 3rd. #7 hit a 3-run homerun to deep left and it was a no doubter. The Patriots did not score in the fourth, They left 2 runners on base and couldn’t score the. The A’s lead the game 11-1 as we head into the back half of the game.

In the top of the fifth, the A’s extend their lead even further. #21 singled up the middle to score 2 runners. The patriots did not score in their last at bats of the game. After a very good offensive game from the A’s, they win this ball game 13-1. The starting pitcher for the A’s dealt and gave up only a few hits. The final score to the game was 13-1 with the A’s winning.

 

Game 2- Carolina Torros vs. East Cobb Patriots

In the first inning, the Torros went 3 up and 3 down. In the bottom of the inning, the Patriots scored the 1st run of the game. #5 (Herring) grounded the ball to the 2nd baseman but he didn’t field it cleanly which allowed #53 (Louis) to score after he got on base via single. The Patriots take the lead at 1-0.

In the third inning, the Torros came out swinging and took the lead at 3-1. #5 (Josh) hits into a fielder’s choice which scores #17 (Andrew). #23 (Aiyton) grounds into a fielder’s choice and #11 (CJ) scores. #35 (Anthony) singled to right field which plates #23 (Aiyton).

Neither team scores the rest of the game. The Torros played good defense and their starting pitcher did very well on the bump. He went a complete game and only gave up 1 run and only a couple hits throughout the duration of the game.  The final score was 3-1 Carolina Torros.