The Pendleton Panther

Heartbreaker in Seminole

Posted on: March 18, 2010

Last Tuesday night the Pendleton Varsity baseball team traveled to Seminole high school to play them at a 7:00 start.  We had very high hopes of winning this game as the our varsity team has never lost at Seminole.  In the first inning of the game we scored an early two runs.  Casey Mulholland took the mound and dominated.  The players on Seminole were lost at the plate.  We


manufactured another run, as Joe Daru scored, after he reached base on a laser single up the middle.  It seemed as though we were coasting to a win with a three run lead and our Ace pitcher dominating on the mound.  But, in the sixth inning after two hits and a walk, the bases were loaded.  A high fastball was thrown to the next batter who connected and hit a grand slam.  This was obviously very devastating, but we were able to get out of the inning only down one run.  We had one last chance to score a run to at least tie it.  After Dillon Moyer walked and reached first the next three batters struck out and we lost.  We were very disappointed in our loss, but we knew we gave it 100% and left it all out on the field


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