Info coming in from the Burlington Times-News, Alamance County’s #1 Sports Source…..
Tyler Wolfe, Adam Gunn and John Robertson(Eastern Guilford) all contributing….
from www.thetimesnews.com:The Burlington Times-News
LEXINGTON – Elliott Fowler hit a pair of solo home runs, Daniel Kennedy(WA) and Logan
Thornton also went deep and Kohner Gregory combined with Tyler Wolfe(EG) on a
five-hitter as Burlington-Graham Post 63 cruised past Lexington Post 8 by a score of 10-5 on Tuesday night in an American Legion Area III Northern Division baseball game.
Fowler finished 3-for-5 with four RBI and three runs scored as Post 63 built a 9-2
lead after six innings.
Kennedy added three hits, two RBI and scored two runs, while Thornton had two hits
and two RBI for Burlington-Graham (3-0 overall, 1-0 Northern Division).
Gregory pitched seven innings for the victory, striking out five before Wolfe struck
out three in the final two innings of relief.
John Robertson(EG) had a pair of hits and one RBI for Post 63.
Fowler drives Post 63 in American Legion home opener
GRAHAM – There was a feeling of redemption when Elliott Fowler came to the plate
with two outs in a tied game on Wednesday night.
Fowler, who committed three errors at third base, didn’t share the feeling when he
dug in in the ninth inning.
“You try not to do too much, but you still want to get back what you’ve messed up,”
Fowler said. “It’s always in the back of your mind, but I didn’t think about it too
That mindset showed when Fowler drove a ball into center field, scoring Adam Gunn(EG)
from second base and sending Post 63 Burlington-Graham to a 7-6 walkoff victory against Post 284 Thomasville-Davidson County at Tom Zachary Field.
Gunn said the lack of runs in the middle innings was disconcerting.
“I think after the fourth inning, our quality AB’s went way down,” Gunn said. “We
were going up there swinging first pitch, swinging out of our shoes against a
soft-tossing guy. We were undisciplined at the plate.”
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