The game almost didn't happen, as field conditions in Milford forced a move to the nearby Milford Middle School field, but when the field was ready, the Post 6 bats came alive.
In the continuation game, (play had stopped due to darkness in the bottom of the 5th) the score was 10-2, with a man on second, one out and Justin Gray coming to bat.
Milford Pitcher Wade Brooks got Gray to strike out, but Jordan Haddaway lifted a long fly ball to center which was missed by the fielder, scoring Trey Toppin, who had come in for Matt Warrington - score 11-2.
Milford got one more in the sixth after Post 6 turned a double play, Connor Megginson Walked, took 2nd on a wild pitch and scored on Anthony Oscar's single to center. But that was the end of the scoring.
Winning Pitcher was the starter, Jordan Haddaway. Taking the loss was Michael Robertson.
In the second game, K-Ci Widdowson got the Patriots started with a lead off single, (he would bat 4 for 4 with 2 runs and 4 RBIs) as the Patriots pounded out 17 hits, with only one extra base hit (Haddaway's 3rd Inning Triple)
Meanwhile, Post 6 Pitchers Dylan Nibblett and Jordan Haddaway were combining on a 4 hit, 12 strikeout shutout of Milford, who obnly had 3 runners reach scoring position. Blaine Hansen provided a bright spot for Post 7 with his one out Triple in the 3rd, but he was left out at 3rd as Haddaway struck out the next 2 batters.
Haddaway picked up his 2nd win on the day in relief, Ryan Bishop took the loss for CKRT Post 7
Ryan Campbell pitched 6 innings, scattering 5 hits and striking out 8 Stahl batters to earn the win.
Marshall Awtry had 3 RBIs for Post 1, while Kyle Walker, Austin Colmery, Nate Thomas, Jacob Meisel, and Michael Cautillo all had multi-hit games.
Hardcastle had 3 hits and Nate McVey hit a triple and scored for Stahl Post 30.
After two scoreless innings among both teams, Post 25 put up two runs in the 3rd inning, then another one in the 6th inning. These would be the only runs among both teams, in a defensive dual highlighted by 7 shutout innings pitched by Post 25’s combo of Jonathan Hines and Ryan Bond.
Post 14 loaded the bases twice, but did not convert any runs. Their offense was led by a deep double to center field off the bat of Rigby in the top of the 5th, but Post 25’s defense held him from scoring.