HS Baseball Tonight for 5/9/11:NWG, Southern Alamance and WCD winners so far tonight..

Southern Alamance 2
Southeast Guilford 1

Northwest Guilford 7
Glenn 4

TAC Conference Championship
Westchester Country Day 5
Caldwell Academy 4

WP – McLemore
LP – Sanfilippo

Caldwell- Mancuso 2-3, 2B RBI; Martineau 2-3, 2B, 2RBI – Westchester –
Hearst 1-3, 2B 2 RBI, Tufano 2-3 RBI

Westchester struck for 4 in the third inning opened by a Kelly Patram
sacrifice fly and a double by Terrance Hearst. Patram held Caldwell in check
until the 5th when Jacob Gladwell drove in Joe Martineau to make it 4-1.
Caldwell struck again in the 6th with three runs off double from Nico
Mancuso and Martineau to knot the game at 4-4. Devon McLemore came on with
two out and bases loaded to get the Wildcats out of the jam. In the bottom
of the 6th Westchester scored with two outs as a slicing line drive was just
missed by diving left fielder Bill Robinson which proved to be the winning
run.

TAC All -Conference

Caldwell
Nico Mancuso
Grant Gillespie
Daniel Branon
Richie Sanfilippo
Joe Martineau
Boston New

Westchester
Devon McLemore
Terrance Hearst
Markel Johnson
Mike Tufano
Kelly Patram
Adam kirkman

Trinity School
Reid Goss
Stu Sundseth
Hansen French

Salem
Ricky Jernigan

Conference Player of the Year – Devin McLemore (Westchester)
Coach of the Year – Dan Bozarth (Caldwell)

4 comments

  1. I’m with you now on that one, I had to make a second visit to my E-mail box and got it and thanks to Caldwell and Dan Bozarth for the info sent……

  2. Thanks to Brian Hall(WFMY NEWS 2) for the Southeast Guilford score and thanks to Mike Ellis on the NWG score and JD Springer on the Caldwell-WCD game….

  3. Great game last night. Josh got another HR to tie it 1-1. JT also got hbp and intentionally walked again. We had some chances but just couldn’t get er done. Pitching by both sides was outstanding. Jacobelli not only pitched a great game but had another fence rattler double. SA made some ESPN highlight worthy defensive plays. Umps did a great job. Could only have been better if the Falcons could have won. 🙁 Congrates to SA. This was another classic battle between these two outstanding programs.

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