Leviathan Lose Another One-Run Game

7 06 2013

556739_10100124453221962_1687942526_nThe White Stone Leviathan have played 4 close games this year; they’ve won 2 games and lost 2 games. Those 2 losing games were heart-breakers—both games were lost by only one run. White Stone lost on Tuesday night to St Catherine’s by a score of 13-12. St Catherine’s jumped out to an early 8-3 lead after 2 innings, but were then held to 1 run total in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th. In the mean time, the good guys made up the difference and came back to tie the game at 8. In the 6th inning, St Catherine’ s came out and scored 4 runs—with the help of some questionable ‘Stoner defense. Because of time limits, it was determined that the 6th inning would be the last inning, so the pressure was on for the Leviathan. The guys responded and started a rally that would see them come up one run short, scoring 4 runs. The game ended with the bases loaded. It was a good effort from the guys and certainly a great comeback that showed the heart and the character of the White Stone ‘ballers.

There were several offensive leaders for the White Stone team: LF Tigh Kemnitz (3-3, run, rbi), RF Jake Andrus (2-2, double, 2run HR, 3 runs, 4rbi, BB), IF Adam Andrus (2 hits, run, 2rbi), SS Josh Watson (2 hits, 3runs), and OF Brandon Kane (2 hits, run, 2rbi).

The Leviathan fall to 2-2 on the season, and St Catherine’s improves to 2-2 on the season. Next Tuesday the Leviathan play at Fireman’s Park (7pm) to face off against Christ the King Church. Come on out and support the guys!!!

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