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Game 3
AMAZONS VS. QUAKERS: GAME 3. Leading in the series 2-0, the Zons wasted no time scoring 3 runs in the 1st inning with hits from Stubby, BabyGirl, Ben, Echo and Maxie. They added 2 more in the 2nd with singles from Aries, Andre and Fred and Poco’s double. The Little Dragons got on the board in the 2nd when River and Quincy hit singles and LittleBit brought them home with a HR. Defense would dominate the next 2 innings. In the 5th, Otis opened up the scoring for the Zons with a solo HR followed by Andre and Poco scoring when Fred hit a 3 run HR. The Quakers would score 2 of their own with singles from Photon, Little Bit and Mikey and JoJo’s double. In the 6th, Asha, Max and Ethyl were left stranded on base while the Quakers chipped away at the Amazon lead as Charlie and Simon hit singles followed by another 3 run HR by Audie. In the 7th, Ben, Maxie, Echo, Otis and Andre would combine for 2 runs but the 7th belonged to the Little Dragons. Singles by Photon and Mikey, doubles from LittleBit, JoJo and Simon, triples from Audie and Sunny and Jade’s HR would put 6 runs on the scoreboard for the Quakers. Blue bell, Pebbles and BabyGirl would load the bases again for the Zons but the Quaker defense slammed the door shut. The Quaker offense hit it big again in the 9th with Peter, River and Sunny all scoring when Quincy sent a HR shot into center. LittleBit would follow with another HR to put the game away. Final Score: Quakers 18, Amazons 12. Amazons lead the series 2-1. Game 4 will be this weekend.
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