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Date:9/19/2014 3:04:53 AM
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Game 5
So, we have come back from being behind. What else do you expect from Quakers? Be ready to play tomorrow. Results copied from Norman's page. *** Both teams came ready to play today with the series tied 2-2. The Amazons got the early lead in the 1st with singles from Asha, Maxie and Ben and a triple by BabyGirl to go up 2-0. The Quakers got on the scoreboard in the 2nd and tied the game with hits from River, Photon, Quincy and LittleBit. The Little Dragons would hold the Amazons scoreless for the next 4 innings but were only able to score 2 runs in that time with Audie and Simon combining for one run in the 4th and Photon and Little Bit in the 5th to lead 4-2. The Zons were finally able to score in the 6th with Echo and Otis rounding the bases after Andre's HR. The Zons continued to score in the 7th with 3 triples by Max, Maxie and Ben, Asha's single and BabyGirls's double. The Quakers bounced right back when Jade and Mikey score when Audie hit a HR. Otis and Andre combined for 1 more run in the 8th but the Quakers went on a rampage scoring 5 runs with hits from Peter, Waddles, River, Phopton, Quincy, LittleBit, Jade, Simon and Audie making the score 12-10 Quakers entering the 9th. The Zons stepped up to the plate and scored 3 runs with 3 doubles from Fred, Max and Asha and Bluebell's triple to take the lead 13-12. Peter came up big for the Little Dragons hitting a HR to tie the game at 13. The Amazons hitters were determined not to let another game slip away and scored 4 runs with Maxie's single, doubles by Gunner, Otis and Andre and Aries' triple. The Little Dragons could not comeback this time. Final Score: Amazons 17, Quaker 13. Game 6 will be tomorrow. Bye bye.
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