Edmond Wood Bat LIVE Blog: From Memorial...
By Robert Przybylo
EDMOND MEMORIAL 2, EDMOND SANTA FE 0 – FINAL
Here’s what I wrote for the paper:
Bulldogs down Santa Fe, claim championship
Another great pitching outing, another win against a rival and now a tournament championship.
Edmond Memorial pitcher Brad Honeycutt only surrendered four hits as the Bulldogs blanked rival Edmond Santa Fe 2-0 to win the Edmond Wood Bat Tournament on Saturday afternoon.
“Anytime you can beat a rival, it’s a good thing,” Memorial’s Landon Hallam said. “Brad threw an outstanding game, and our defense made some big plays.”
Hallam and Drew Dahlberg provided the offense as each had two hits with Hallam producing two RBI singles.
Honeycutt let his defense carry the day as he only had one strikeout. However, Memorial had no errors compared to Santa Fe’s four.
Santa Fe defeated Memorial on Thursday night.
A well-played game, except for the errors. Santa Fe had one big scoring opportunity in the sixth inning. The Wolves had runners on first and second with one out in the bottom of the sixth with Jordan Lopez and Caleb Hallman coming up.
However, Honeycutt was able to get both stars to fly out to end the inning.
Thought Memorial was going to get bitten by only getting one run in the fifth. The ‘Dogs had bases loaded with one out when Dylon Sturges was relieved by Cody Rosecrans. Rosecrans struck out the next two batters (both looking) and did a great job to close out the game.
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