Local Baseball Tonight Finals for 7/4/15:Tough for the local teams(Hoppers, SEG, HiToms, Post 386 Cone Mills)

Posted by Andy Durham on July 4, 2015 at 11:39 pm under Amateur, College, High School, Professional | Comments are off for this article

Davidson County 4, Southeast Guilford Junior Legion 3
LP:Chris Schiebley
SEG with 10 hits, but 6 errors…Davidson County with just three hits…SEG HR:Devin Bartley…
Sunday Game Two of the Best-of-Three Series will played at Holt-Moffitt Field in Lexington…
*****Former SEG Falcon Josh Tobias goes 2-3 with a Double on Saturday night, as his Williamsport Crosscutters lost to Brooklyn 2-0…Josh saw his BA climb to .409…..Three Doubles and a HR so far this week…Off to real good start….*****

Hickory Crawdads 11, Greensboro Grasshoppers 2
WP:Yohander Mendez(1-1)/LP:Tyler Kolek(4-5)….Hoppers now at (2-8)/Crawdads(5-5) Second Half of SALLY League season….
HIC Line-11-13-1
GSO Line-2-8-1
Attendance 10,312

Post 81 Eastern Randolph 12, Greensboro Post 386 Cone Mills 2

Burlington Royals 3, Kingsport 2

Winston-Salem Dash 6, Frederick Keys 5

Asheboro Copperheads 8, Holly Spring Salamanders 4

Gastonina Grizzlies 5, HiToms 3

HiToms Drop Two in a Row

HiToms fall on independence day to the Gastonia Grizzlies, 5-3
THOMASVILLE, NC, July 4 – In front of the biggest crowd of the year, the Gastonia Grizzlies (21-12) showed off timely hitting scoring three runs in the top of the ninth beating the HiToms (16-16), 5-3.

An early start set the tone for Gastonia as they worked back-to-back walks for the first two at bats, which were eventually plated for runs one and two.

The HiToms responded in the bottom of the first with a lone run from Nick Lopez (Creighton) and then another lone run from Lopez in the bottom of the third. From here the score stayed at a dead lock 2-2 until the top of the ninth.

Gastonia proved their 21-12 record by plating three game winning runs in the top of the ninth. Cody Lovejoy (Texas State) tried to spark a fire with a solo home run to lead off the bottom of the ninth. However, the Tommies were able to come full swing and complete the comeback.

Tomorrow night the independence weekend continues at Finch Field with fireworks following directly after the game between the HiToms and Holly Springs Salamanders. First pitch is set for 6:00 p.m.


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