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In district Seed Game, Lloyd comes up big!

 

Sophomore, Addison Brown started and went 6 1/3 giving up 4 hits and striking out 7. (3 hits in the 2nd inning and 1 in the 7th)

 

Junior, Brady Asher hit a 2-run home run to put the Juggs in front.

Lloyd had 16 hits to Dixie's 6.

 

Lloyd also turned a triple play in the 5th inning.

 

Dixie came back in the 7th to make it a close game, but Lloyd closed the door with the tying and winning runs on base.

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As I have said before High School Baseball is the most difficult game to predict a winner of any of the major High School sports. Congrats to Brady Asher who followed an excellent pitching performance against Beechwood with an excellent offensive performance against Dixie.

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I hear the triple play came with bases loaded!

 

yep... I think it was an HBP, unintentional/intentional walk to Sexton, and an E that loaded them up. I could be wrong on a little bit of that.....

 

Then the line drive toward the middle that the ss snagged, he stepped on 2nd and threw to 1st...... Bang, Bang, Bang

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Sexton came up in the bottom of the 7th with 2 outs and the tying run on 2nd and the Juggs decide to intentional walk him putting the winning run on 1st base. They walked Sexton 4 times today, 2 being intentional. Risky move by Mr. Moore but in the long run it paid off not pitching to Sexton who has 3 homeruns in a 5 game span.

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Sexton came up in the bottom of the 7th with 2 outs and the tying run on 2nd and the Juggs decide to intentional walk him putting the winning run on 1st base. They walked Sexton 4 times today, 2 being intentional. Risky move by Mr. Moore but in the long run it paid off not pitching to Sexton who has 3 homeruns in a 5 game span.

 

I think he was intentionally walked once, unintentionally-intentionally walked twice and grounded out to ss one time. It was a risky move, for sure. First base was open, but he was the winning run.

The 4 hitter behind Sexton had been silent all game, so I guess pitching to him was the better option.

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Sexton came up in the bottom of the 7th with 2 outs and the tying run on 2nd and the Juggs decide to intentional walk him putting the winning run on 1st base. They walked Sexton 4 times today, 2 being intentional. Risky move by Mr. Moore but in the long run it paid off not pitching to Sexton who has 3 homeruns in a 5 game span.

 

Good coaching.

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