Local Greensboro Baseball for Today(7/3/15) with American Legion Playoffs beginning/Hoppers win on road/HiToms Fall in Double Digits On the Road

Posted by Andy Durham on July 3, 2015 at 11:36 am under Amateur, College, High School, Professional | Comments are off for this article

Finals:Greensboro Grasshoppers 5, Hagerstown Suns 2…Lots of games RAINED OUT or delayed tonight…Legion playoffs in Asheboro were delayed by RAIN…Another productive night for Josh Tobias(Southeast Guilford HS) for the Williamsport Crosscutters..Tobias was 2-4 and on base three times in the game. His team won 6-1 to go to (13-1) overall for the season…Tobias 2-4/RBI/Run and now batting .386 on the early season…Now with 6 RBI in 5 games…More games and news coming we hope…

South Atlantic/SALLY League Baseball:
Greensboro Grasshoppers at Hagerstown Suns 7:05pm

American Legion Baseball:
Area III Legion Playoffs begin with:
Greensboro Cone Mills Post 386 at Post 81 Eastern Randolph 7pm at Grady Lawson Field
Concord at Randolph County Post 45 6:30pm at McCrary Park and also on Friday,
High Point Post 87 HiToms received a Round One BYE

CVCL:
Mooresville Spinners at Kernersville Bulldogs 7pm at Glenn High School
Deep River Muddogs vs. Roanoke Rails PPD

HiToms Fall in Double Digits On the Road

MCNAIR FIELD, NC, – On a cool night in Forest City North Carolina the Owls (10-19) dominated the HiToms (16-15) out scoring them 15-4.

The Owls controlled the game from start to finish plating fourteen runs to set the tone of the Independence weekend show down from the very beginning.

The Tommies showed signs of life in the top of the fifth inning with a Kody Ruedisili (Wofford) two run home run but it was too far out of reach. Jake Maziar (College of Charleston) singled plating two more runs but that was all the HiToms could muster up.

The HiToms are back home tomorrow night for a Fourth of July baseball game with fireworks following directly after. Then on Sunday more baseball and fireworks to finish off independence weekend with first pitch set for 7:00 p.m. on Saturday and 6:00 p.m. on Sunday.


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