Graham Sporting Goods(Famous for Stirrups) High School Baseball Tonight from GSPN at NWG(2-1 NWG over SWG with WP:Adam Swim)”This was the Game of the Night”..[Game-winning run Keaton Haack]

Posted by Andy Durham on March 30, 2012 at 7:10 pm under High School | 13 Comments to Read

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Dudley 5
Smith 2

WP:KJ McCallister
LP:Kaylan Pratt

Northeast Guilford 7
Southern Guilford 3

WP:Tyler Mericka
LP:Ryan Hedrick
Jaylin Davis in relief for NEG….NEG(9-4)
HR:Jaylin Davis(NEG) #5….Davis 3-3 with HR and Double….Jacob McCann 3-4 with a Double…PJ Johnson 2-4 Double….Southern hitting:Ryan Hedrick 2-3….Zack Canada 1-3….Camden Ball 1-3…
Next up Northeast Guilford on Monday:NWG at NEG and then on Tuesday it is NEG vs. SW Randolph…
JV Game Tonight:Southern Guilford 13, NEG 8……

Southeast Guilford 8
Grimsley 0

WP:Craig Jacobelli
LP:Kyle Smith
HR:(SEG) Taylor Callahan(2-4 also a Triple)…..SEG(10-1)
Craig Jacobelli pitching for SEG and Kyle Smith for Grimsley….Big night for SEG Falcons with the shutout…..SEG’s Dallas Newton was 2-3/Double/Triple…Cody Ezell 2-4/2RBI’s…Tyrone Woolard 1-1/Double…Grimsley’s Cole Leonard was 1-3…

Final:(8th Innings) at Page:
Western Guilford 10
Page 7

WP:Nino Marrero
LP:Trey Dobson
WG(10-4/7-1…Page(5-6)….WG #1 in Metro 4-A Conference……
WG Numbers:Nino Marrero (WP) – 4 for 6; reached twice on errors; 3 runs scored
Brandon Ahrens – 3 for 6; fielder’s choice; 2 runs
Patrick Nusdeo – 4 for 5; reached on error; 3 runs
Keith Anderson – 3 for 4; HP; 1 run
Nick Sisbarro – 2 for 5; 1 run
Chris Lee – 1 for 1

Game was tied at 7-7 after 7 Innnings and Nino Marrero stayed on for Western and Trey Dobson came on for Page to pitch for Schofield in the top of the 8th…WG tagged PAGE for three runs to lead going to the bottom of the 8th….Hornets up 10-7….
One out with one on for WG in the top of the 6th…
Nick Schofield pitching for Page and Nino Marrero pitching for WG….

Eastern Alamance 6
Northern Guilford 2

WP: Nick Monroe (0 earned runs, 6 innings)
SV: Zack Littell
LP: Matt Kaplan

East Forsyth 6
Ragsdale 3

WP:Dylan Ward
LP:Tim Ambrose
HR:(East Forsyth) Scudder

Northwest Guilford 2
Southwest Guilford 1

WP:Adam Swim…
LP:Sean Geoghean
Keaton Haack starting pitcher for NWG….
Matt Orth starting pitcher for SWG….(Great pitching effort by both starters.)
*****Suicide squeeze bunt by Colson Everett scores Haack to win it for NWG.*****
New pitcher for SWG in bottom of 7th Sean Geoghean…..Leadoff single by Haack for NWG to right and he is now at 3rd after a SAC bunt and one out…Haack at 3rd for NWG….New pitcher for SWG is Matt Dale with one on at 3rd and one out….Bottom of 7…..Suicide squeeze bunt scores Haack to win it for NWG…..

New pitcher for NWG in the top of 7 Adam Swim…One on for SWG and one out….Deep f;y ball to CF hauled on for out #3…One SWG Cowboy LOB in 7th….
Kyle Miller with infield single for SWG in the 6th with one out….Hard-hit ball by Matt Orth to right, and a great catch by the NWG RF for the out, #2…Super catch by Shoemaker(NWG) in CF on a long hit ball by Andrew Madden(SWG) to end the top of the 6th….
Double for NWG Colson Everett in the bottom of 5th and left stranded at 3rd base….

Bottom of 4th RBI Double for Keaton Haack(NWG)
Top 4 Leadoff Double for Matt Orth….Next three men retired in order…..
SWG:Double by Kyle Miller and then an RBI Double to center by Andrew Madden…1-0 SWG in the first…

  • Pirate said,

    Northern lost again.

  • EAfan said,

    Eastern Alamance 6
    Northern Guilford 2

    WP: Nick Monroe (0 earned runs, 6 innings)
    S: Zack Littell
    LP: Matt Kaplan

  • Baseball Fan said,

    Monroe has been lights out lately. He and Littell are a very tough 1,2 punch.

  • go tigers said,

    East Forsyth 6
    Ragsdale 3
    WP Dylan Ward
    LP Tim Ambrose
    EF had 6 runs on 6 hits while Ragsdale had 3 runs on 9 hits. Ward went 7 innings for EF while Ambrose went 4 1/3 giving up 4 runs on 3 hits and an error. Horkey went 1 2/3 giving up a 2HR to May. Scudder also had a 2HR for EF. Fisher went 3-4 for Ragsdale with a 2 rbi double. Great ball game, well played by both teams.

  • wileyq said,

    Yeah Northern lost again. No comment…. okay, wait, I can’t resist… Way, way too many errors and strikeouts this season. Tinkering with lineup on Wed and some “small ball” produced 7 runs and a win (more runs than the last 3 games combined!). Abandoned that tonight – huh?. More tinkering will get them back on track. Too much talent on this team.

    Baseball 101 – play good defense, put the ball in play and good things happen. Tough to put the ball in play when facing Nick Monroe, but Northern did outhit EA – just couldn’t get key hits and of course 8 walks (3 of which were intentional) and 5 errors didn’t help either.

  • Eaglesdad said,

    I’m an E Forsth parent and I must give credit to the Ragsdale
    2nd baseman. He made 3 solid defensive plays and I heard he is only a freshman?

  • Wes said,

    I agree with Wileyq, Northern has more talent than people are aware of. The team they beat mid week was one of the weaker teams in the league. I was told that their JV team was undefeated but they pitch juniors on that team. That is what I was told. They have a great group of players with a fairly good nucleus but they seem to be not clicking on all cylinders.. .

  • baseball 101 said,

    At Northern there is a really good group of kids on that team.

  • Andy said,

    I am wondering if that Ragsdale second baseman might be Colin Lipke…..Mike Ellis, Kirk, Mark or Dave would know for sure…..

  • Dave said,

    Lipke did play 2nd last night. Very tough competitor. Has very strong hands!

  • Grey said,

    Good game at Northwest last night. Pitching was first rate…not just Haack and Orth (who were both strong), but Geoghan, Dale, and Swim also. Great atmosphere, with a lot of talent displayed on both sides, but more importantly playing the game the right way.

  • Andy Durham said,

    That was one of the best games of the year at NWG last night with the Vikings and the SWG Cowboys…..Those plays in the outfield with Shoemaker, Haack and the NWG right fielder were unreal and there were a couple of similar plays in the OF by SWG, but those ones in center and in right by NWG really stand out…..One of those reminded me of Otis Nixon making one like it with the Atlanta Braves a few years ago….Great moving pace to that game last night, the pitchng performances really kept that game moving at a good steady pace….

  • Ranch Hand said,

    Grey and Andy are absolutely correct! The NWG and SWG game was one of the best if not the best game of the year. Outstanding pitching by both Haack and Orth. This game could have gone either way. The defensive plays by NWG were top notch catches on very well hit balls. The game had a great feel to it. Very good sportsmanship from both sides that played their hearts out. Grey is right, that was High School baseball played the way it should be played. Kudos to all the players, coaches and fans from both teams.