Petitioner subdues complainant after 5-hour ‘rainy day’ battle
Naju Guangnan won over 4 hours
Petitioner defeated powerhouse Yoo Shing-go in a five-hour rain delayed game to advance to the round of 32.
Petitioner scored a thrilling 7-6 victory over Yoo Shin-go on the fifth day of the 51st Bonghwangdae National High School Baseball Tournament at Shinwol Stadium in Seoul, South Korea. The game started 18 minutes later than the scheduled start time due to rain earlier in the day, and was suspended twice for a total of 109 minutes, resulting in the two teams battling for nearly five hours. The game was tied 6-6 until the eighth inning, when the petitioner took the lead in the bottom of the ninth with an RBI single by Choi Seo-woo (2).
At the same time, Mokdong was suspended twice, and Naju Gwangnam Go beat Changwon Public Baseball Team 8-7 in four hours to join the round of 32.
Meanwhile, the Daegu Sangwon High School-Incheon High School match, which was scheduled to be held at Shinwol Stadium, was postponed to the 23rd due to the late finish of the previous two games. According to the tournament rules, a game must start at least two and a half hours before sunset to be recognized as an official match on a field without lighting facilities.
Naju Gwangnam 8-7 Changwon Gongo Baseball Team
Seongnam 15-12 Shinil
Jemulpogo 20-8 Baeksong-go (formerly Mokdong)
Naju Gwangnam High School’s late-game focus shone through. Tied at 6-6 in the top of the eighth inning, the team made two errors on defense and gave up a run-scoring double to opposing pitcher Choi Woo-seo (3), but the team responded immediately in the bottom of the inning. After a walk and a sacrifice bunt loaded the bases, Seo Yoo-jung (2) hit a tying double and Kim Jun-ui (3) delivered the game-winning RBI single. In the top of the ninth, with the score 8-7, sidearm Tae-woo Kim (1) struck out two batters in a row with runners on second and third to preserve the one-run lead.
Seongnam also made a fearsome comeback. Trailing 7-8 in the top of the eighth, they scored four runs in the bottom of the inning to take a 15-12 lead. RBI singles by Yoo Sang-woo (3) and Park Yoon-seo (3) cut the deficit to 9-12, and then with two outs, Kim Do-yoon (2) was hit by a pitch and the opposing pitcher, Kim Mubin (3), threw a wild pitch that sent two runners home. After cutting the deficit to 11-12, four consecutive hits effectively drove in the winning run.
Yale MedTech 5-3 Woo Shingo (Shin Wol Sang)
The Petitioners took the lead in the bottom of the first inning with two runs on two hits, but gave up a three-run homer to Park Ji-hyeok Yoo (3rd) in the top of the third. However, after trailing 4-6 in the bottom of the sixth inning, Han Ho-jae (3) and Yang Jiwoong (2) tied the game at 6-6 with back-to-back RBI singles. In the bottom of the ninth, with the bases loaded on two hits and a walk, a squeeze play was misread and the runner at third was thrown out at the plate, but Choi Seo-woo singled to left to bring home the tying run. Kim Jung-hwan (3), the fourth pitcher for the Blue Devils, pitched the final 3.1 scoreless innings to secure the win.메이저사이트
After knocking off traditional powerhouse Yatapgo in game one, Yale MedTech continued its hot streak with a second straight win. After scoring an easy run in the top of the first on a wild pitch and a throwing error, back-to-back RBI singles by Minseok Kim (third year) and Ha-rim Nam (second year) put the game out of reach. Leading 5-1, the Pioneers allowed two runs in the bottom of the seventh, but did not allow another run.