Eastern Randolph Post 81 take out Mocksville Post 54 with help from Bryson Beck, 9-4

Posted by Press Release on June 19, 2015 at 11:58 pm under Amateur, College, High School | Comments are off for this article

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Eastern Randolph Post 81 take out Mocksville Post 54 with help from Bryson Beck, 9-4

Eastern Randolph Post 81 beat Mocksville Post 54 9-4 on Friday behind Bryson Beck, who collected three hits.

He singled in the first, third, and sixth innings.
Tommy Michaels got the win for Eastern Randolph Post 81. He allowed three runs over 5 1/3 innings. Michaels struck out two, walked two and gave up six hits.

Connor Clark was the game’s losing pitcher. He lasted just four innings, walked four, struck out four, and allowed five runs.

Eastern Randolph Post 81 never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring two runs on an RBI single by Easton Jones.

Eastern Randolph Post 81 piled on three more runs in the bottom of the third. A sacrifice fly scored Beck to get Eastern Randolph Post 81 on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Gage White’s single, plating Hunter Curtis and DJ Laxton.

Two Mocksville Post 54 runs crossed the plate in the top half of the fourth, making the score 5-2. A two-run single by Ross Hoffner gave Mocksville Post 54 life. Bradley Dezwickz to end the Mocksville Post 54 threat.

After pushing across one run in the top of the sixth, Mocksville Post 54 faced just a 5-3 deficit. An error triggered Mocksville Post 54’s comeback. Finally, Curtis got Charlie Machokot to to end the threat.

It didn’t take long for Eastern Randolph Post 81 to answer as it scored two runs of its own in the sixth. Eastern Randolph Post 81 scored on a wild pitch and a groundout by Laxton.

After pushing across one run in the top of the eighth, Mocksville Post 54 faced just a 7-4 deficit. A fielder’s choice fueled Mocksville Post 54’s comeback. Eastern Randolph Post 81 stopped the rally after Curtis got Nick Wilson to strike out.

It didn’t take long for Eastern Randolph Post 81 to respond as it scored two runs of its own in the eighth. Eastern Randolph Post 81 scored on a steal of home by Curtis and an RBI double by Jacob Sipe.


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