Greensboro Green wins 10-3 over Grand Ledge, Michigan at Colt World Series

The Greensboro Green Colt All-Stars lead Grand Ledge, Michigan 8-2 in the bottom of the 4th inning at the Colt World Series out in Lafayette, Indiana. Greensboro got 6 runs in the third inning to grab the early lead and we will have more later.

Trevor Brackett, the Greensboro Green starting pitcher has left the game in the bottom of the fourth and Bradley Burchette comes on to take over for Brackett and Grand Ledge goes on to score one run in the bottom of the 4th and Greensboro now leads 8-3 as we head to the top of the fifth.

Greensboro had four hits in the top of the 4th with Mike Whited, Jon Bethea, DJ Russ, and Felix Delgado all reaching on singles and Russ and Delgado both got RBI’S. Glen Clemmons lead off the game with a single way back in the first inning but Greensoboro could not push any runs across the plate. We are now in the top of the fifth.

Mike Whited had a hit for Greensboro in the top of the fifth but Greensboro left Whited and Glen Clemmons on base and did not scratch in the fifth. After four-and-a-half, Greensboro 8, Grand Ledge 3. We are tracking the game at Base hit by Grand Ledge to start the bottom of the fifth. End of five, Greensboro stills leads 8-3 over Grand Ledge, Michigan.

This will be the last game of the year for Greensboro.

DJ Russ is on for Greensboro at third in the top of the 6th after reaching on a strike three wild pitch, Russ took second on a wild pitch, he swiped third on a wild pitch and he just came home on a throw down to second in an attempt to get Felix Delgado. Russ scores to make the score 9-3 Greensboro Green in front.

Headed toward the bottom of the sixth inning and Greensboro leads 9-3 over Grand Ledge. Grand Ledge got a couple of hits in the bottom of the 6th but shortstop Cal Sutphin started a douuble play that closed out the inning and Greensboro still leads after six complete, 9-3, over Grand Ledge, Michigan.

Cal Sutphin walks to lead off the top of the 7th inning. Glen Clemmons ends up with two hits on the day and strikes out for out number one in the top of seven. We lost partial contact with the broadcast but Greensboro goes on to get one run in the top of the 7th, I would assume lead-runner Cal Sutphin scored that run.

Greensboro wins today 10-3 with 10 runs on 10 hits and they had one error. Grand Ledge had the three runs on seven hits and committed two errors. Greensboro finishes at (2-2) for the tournament.

Leading hitters for Greensboro today included:
Mike Whited 3-4 with two runs scored, DJ Russ was 2-3 with 3RBI’s and a double, Glen Clemmons went 2-4 with a stolen base and an RBI, Bradley Burchette was 1-4 with 2 RBI’s, Jon Bethea was 1-4 with two runs scored, and Felix Delgado went 1-3 with an RBI.

Winning Pitcher Trevor Brackett went three and two-thirds innings and gave up three runs on five hits and he struck out four batters. Reliever Bradley Burchette came and worked three-and-a-third innings and he gave up no runs on two hits and he struck out one Grand Ledge batter.

Greensboro Green finished strong.


  1. Way to go Mike Whited! Glad to see he finally got some attention after no mention of him the first few games.
    Congratulations to Greensboro Green for a great showing at the tournament.

  2. I would like to congratulate both the Colt and Palomino teams for representing Greensboro in their respective World Seies. It is an honor to get that far. Usually the competetion is fierce. I think both teams did a good job getting there and showing what they can do. The Power would have been in the Championship game had not Taiwaan beat them in extra innings. Houston Kyle Chapman had the best team and they won it. They had six players that were drafted in the June draft. The Colts had some good players as well. When you get that far it takes luck as well as skill. I understand that the Power has already put their team together for next year. Supposedly they will be just as good or better. Also, good luck to the Colts next year.

  3. Based on an earlier post we had,

    We are not here to trash the Colt or Palomino players.

    Both teams deserve a lot credit for their hard work in those tournaments.

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