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Saints Use Long Ball in Split with Clarendon

KSCB News - April 16, 2015 6:51 am

The Saints split a double header with Clarendon Wednesday afternoon at Brent Gould Field. The Saints lost the first game 7-3 and won game two 10-0 in five innings. The Saints hit four home runs in the double header.

In game one, Clarendon scored four in the second before Seward struck for two runs in the bottom of the inning. The Saints scored in the fourth to make it 4-3. But the Bulldogs came through with three in the sixth to break the game open. Dillon Drury hit a low line drive homer over the wall in left center for his sixth of the season. Brandon Urquizo was 2-4 with an RBI in the loss. Grant Glaze pitched four innings allowing four runs and Nathan Dockery went three innings allowing three runs.

In a game two which included a lightning delay, the Saints provided some offensive thunder with two in the first, one in the third, and seven in the fifth. Hooker’s Chad Kennedy homered for the second time in three games and second of the season. Brent Williams cracked home run number eight and Josh Nicol hit a homer. Alex White and Williams had two hits a piece.

Seward is 26-19 and Clarendon is 18-25. The Saints host Butler Saturday and Sunday at 1 at Brent Gould Field on 1270 and There will be a ball drop from a helicopter as a fund raiser after the games on Saturday.


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