Garrison vs Bosqueville
The night cap promised not to disappoint as Preseason #1 Garrison would take on end of season #2 Bosqueville. Garrison would be the visitors. The battery for Bosqueville was Jacob Davilla (P) and Noah Pena behind the plate. Garrison got fans into the game early with a Tristan Adkinson leadoff single and a hit by pitch by Alex Slowikowski. Tyler Spivey would drive in Adkinson and Britt King would do the same for Slowikowski. A big two out double by Chalon Driver would bring in 2 more before Jacob Davilla could entice a lazy fly ball to Ryder Roark in left to end the damage.
The Garrison battery consisted of Dayton Dewberry on the mound and Andrew Slowikowski behind the plate. Bosqueville leadoff batter John Youens would walk to start the bottom half of the frame. Center fielder Tyler Spivey would steal a hit from Ryder Roark on a diving play for the 1st out. Hunter Henexon would bounce one off the left field fence but it appeared Youens missed the sign and held up at third. He would score on a Jacob Davilla sacrifice fly to right. A pop out to shortstop Tristan Adkinson would end the first.
Garrison came out in the 2nd still swinging but would ultimately go down quietly. Leadoff batter Tryton Kruse would pop out to shallow second and Dewberry would strikeout. After a ground out to first, Bosqeuville would load the bases thanks to a walk, a hit by pitch and a walk as Dewberry struck out the next 2 batters to end the threat. Hunter Henexson started off the 3rd with his second double of the game. Two walks coupled with a balk and a couple of wild pitches and the top of the 3rd ends with a score of 7-1. In the bottom of the 3rd, Dewberry would strike out the leadoff batter. Jacob Davilla would hit a mile high pop up that the infield couldn’t handle but then get thrown out at second on a 6-4 fielders choice. The wheels would fall off the Garrison bus momentarily as (2) two out errors would allow 4 Bosqueville runs to score. The 3rd would end with a score of 7-5 Garrison.
The top of 4 was uneventful for Garrison. Other than a 2 out double by Dayton Dewberry, Garrison couldn’t do much with Youens. Tyler Spivey would come in to throw in the bottom of the fourth for Garrison. An error on the second baseman allows the Bosqueville leadoff batter, Stephen Devorsky to reach first. A shot to left center (about 390 feet) by Hunter Henexson would score him. A couple of strikeouts and a fly out to center and we would end the 4th with a brand-new ballgame. It was 7-6 Garrison.
Bosqueville’s John Youens found his grove in the 5th. First baseman Austin Albrecht would be in on all three outs in the top of the 5th. He would also lead off the bottom of the 5th for Bosqueville but Spivey would strike him out. Jayce Powers lines one into center. But Garrison turns the classic 4-6-3 double play to end the inning.
Freddy Christianson earns a leadoff walk for Garrison to start off the 6th. Despite getting runners to second and third, Garrison couldn’t grab any insurance runs. Spivey would strike out the first batter and then hit Hunter Henexson. He would then strike out Davilla. An error by the first baseman put runners on the corners. Spivey got a weak ground ball to 2nd to end the inning.
Garrison’s Andrew Slowikowski would walk to lead off the 7th but would get picked off trying to steal. Tyler Spivey would ground out to the pitcher. Bosqueville wouldn’t go down without a fight. They would get the first two batters on but couldn’t convert after a pop out to the third baseman, a flyout to center field and a 6-3 that was dug out of the dirt by Alex Slowikowski to end the game. Garrison advances to play New Deal.
WP – Tyler Spivey
LP – Jacob Davilla
Player of the Game: Tyler Spivey
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