Teddy S Drives in Four to Seal Terriers 11U's Victory Over Barberton Nomads!
Teddy S drove in four on two hits to lead the Terriers 11U past the Barberton Nomads 17-12 on Sunday. Teddy drove in runs on a single in the third and a double in the fourth.
The Nomads scored eight runs in the fourth inning, but the Terriers still managed to pull out the victory. The offensive firepower by Barberton Nomads was led by #1, #3, #10, #15, and #5, all driving in runs in the frame.
Stark County got things started in the first inning.
In the bottom of the first inning, the Nomads tied things up at one. #13 singled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run.
Stark County pulled away for good with six runs in the second inning. In the second Evan M singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run, Kalvin F singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run, Brayden E grounded out, scoring one run, Thomas W doubled on a 0-2 count, scoring two runs, and Gabe A singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
The Terriers notched six runs in the fourth inning. The offense in the inning was led by Grant S, Teddy, Kalvin, and Decatur M, who all drove in runs.
Grant led things off on the pitcher's mound for Stark County. He lasted two innings, allowing two hits and two runs while striking out one.
#12 led things off on the mound for the Barberton Nomads. The bulldog went three and a third innings, allowing 14 runs on 16 hits and striking out one. #34 and #1 entered the game as relief, throwing one-third of an inning and one-third of an inning respectively.
The Terriers saw the ball well today, racking up 19 hits in the game. Decatur, Jayden C, Evan, Teddy, Jackson H, Kalvin, and Thomas each managed multiple hits for Stark County. Decatur went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead Terriers 11U in hits.
Barberton racked up 13 hits. #15, #11, #7, #13, and #5 each racked up multiple hits for the Nomads. Barberton was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. #15 had the most chances in the field with four. The Nomads stole 12 bases during the game as four players stole more than one. #7 led the way with three.