Offense was not hard to come by on on Saturday, as both teams combined for 24 runs and 15 hits, including one extra base hits. There were eight pitchers used in the game as the two managers searched for any way to finish it off.
Alvin Jackets-JV starter Corey Anderson struggled, allowing five in two-thirds of an inning, but the bullpen gave up six runs and the offense banged out seven to pick up the slack and secure the win for Alvin Jackets-JV.
The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to five lead changes in the game.
Alvin Jackets-JV took the lead in the second inning and held on for the victory.
Justin Ramsey got the win in relief for Alvin Jackets-JV. Ramsey pitched four innings and allowed five runs.
#18 lasted just one inning on the bump for Dickinson before being pulled. #18 gave up no hits and four runs.
In the top of the first, Alvin Jackets-JV grabbed the early lead, 2-0.
It didn't take long for Dickinson to answer as it scored five runs of its own in the first. Dickinson scored on a two-run single by #18, a two-run single by #4, and a wild pitch.
Alvin Jackets-JV went up for the duration of the game after the second inning. Additional runs came from two errors and a two-run single by Taylor Crainer.
Alvin Jackets-JV increased its lead with five runs in the fifth. A wild pitch scored Andrew Dean to start the scoring in the inning. That was followed up by Quinton Gonzalez's double, scoring Triston Deriso, Joey McDonald and Crainer.
Five runs in the bottom of the fifth helped Dickinson close its deficit to 13-10. An RBI single by PlayerI, a bases loaded walk by Ramsey, a two-run single by #12, and a wild pitch triggered Dickinson's comeback. PlayerE struck out to end the Dickinson threat.
A one-run seventh inning helped bring Dickinson within two. An error gave Dickinson life. Alvin Jackets-JV's Deriso induced a PlayerC fly out to close things out.
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