Quarry Week 3

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Quarry Week 3

Post by codizzle11 » Tue May 07, 2019 9:55 pm

Game 1: Trefz Mechanical vs Buckingham Flooring

Buckinghmam Flooring jumped out to a 6-1 lead after the first 2 innings with the help of some extra base hits by Jason Stout Jr. and Alex Freeman. After both teams went silent in the 3rd Buckingham was able to win the 4th inning to push their lead to 8-2. A Jason Stout 2-run double lead the way to a 3-run 6th for some insurance. Trefz Mechanical added 3 more in the 7th but would fall by a final of 11-5.

Game 2: In Place Cabinets vs Throwdown

Vito Nigro's 2-run double highlighted a 4-run 1st inning for In Place. Throwdown handed in a lineup with 15 players on it. Normally that would mean scoring would be at a premium but not on this night. All 15 batters stepped to the plate in the 2nd inning as Throwdown would plate 10 runs in the inning. It included extra base hits by Bryan Peterman, Tom Koelzer, Axel Alicia and Jimmy Craig. In Place would tie the game back up after scoring 6 runs across the 3rd and 4th innings. Throwdown took the lead right back in the 5th as they bring 12 batter to the plate and score 8 of them. In Place would only muster 1 more run and fall by a score of 18-11.

Game 3: In Place Cabinets vs Wackers

In Place came into this game looking to avoid the big inning while in the field. They would do that but still not see quite the result they were hoping for. After jumping out to a 3-0 lead they would see it vanish by the end of the 2nd. Shawn and Vito both had extra base hits to start the 3rd and would both score to retake the lead. Vito was back at it again in the top of the 5th hitting a 2-run double to push the lead to 8-4. Wackers proceeded to cut the lead to 1 after scoring 3 runs across the 5th and 6th innings. In Place stepped to the plate in the 7th and added 5 runs to take a firm 6-run lead entering the bottom of the last frame. Justin Glennon and Mark Meridith headlined the final inning both going yard as part of a 6 run 7th. The winning run would be left on 1st as the game ended in a 13-13 tie.

Game 4: Muckdogs vs TGIF

Muckdogs batted around in the very first inning en route to a 9-run inning which included two Greg Hess doubles. TGIF would get almost all of them back over the first two frames, scoring 8 runs. Scoring picked back up in the 4th with Jeff Hess and Becky Canelli both had extra base hits and scored. TGIF scored 3 runs of their own in the bottom of the 4th and tied the game in the process. That would be the last time TGIF would see the be that close. Muckdogs hammered home 7 runs in the 5th, 4 in the 6th and 4 in the 7th on their way to 26 runs on the night. TGIF did keep fighting as Mike Kozowski it a 2-run dinger as part of 4-run 6th. They'd end up falling by a final of 26-17.

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