Gyeongbuk High School took a step towards winning the second crown of the season by winning the prestigious Big Match in Yeonghonam Baseball.
Gyeongbuk High School defeated Gwangju Jeil High School 6-4 in the round of 32 of the 51st Bonghwangdaegi National High School Baseball Championship held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 30th and settled in the round of 16. The match between the two teams, which was tied at 4-4 while tossing and turning until the 8th inning, was decided by pinch hitter Song Seo-bin (2nd year) of Gyeongbuk High School who scored 2 outs and loaded the bases in the top of the 9th inning with 2 RBIs and a timely hit. As a result, Gyeongbuk High School, the winning team of this year’s Blue Dragon, continued its cruising voyage, overcoming the vacancy in the youth national team selection of Jeon Mir (3 years), a key player in pitching.
In the Gyeonggi Aviation High School-Seoul Automobile High School and Hwasun High School-Gongju Classic, which were held as a suspended match due to rain the previous day, Gyeonggi Aviation High School and Hwasun High School sang the victory.
Gyeonggi Aviation High School 11-4 Seoul Automobile High School (7th cold)
Gyeongbuk High School 6-4 Gwangju Jeil High School
Pohang Jecheol High School 6-4 Sinheung High School (Mok-dong above)
Players of Gyeonggi Aviation High School cheer as they succeed in a come-from-behind game in the bottom of the 6th at the 51st Bonghwangdaegi National High School Baseball Tournament held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 30th. Reporter Koh Young-kwon메이저사이트
The fate of Gyeonggi Air High School changed overnight. Gyeonggi Aviation High School had been dragged to 0-3 until the previous day, but they counterattacked by giving only one point on the day when they restarted with an attack by Seoul Automobile High School with 1 company and bases loaded in the top of the 4th inning. After catching up with 1 run at the end of the 5th inning, 12 batters made an 8-run big inning at the end of the 6th inning. In the 1-4, 3-point gap, Lim Jun-woo (3rd year)’s 1 RBI timely hit and 3rd pinch hit Kim Jae-hoon (1st year)’s push walk, and Choi Min-seo (3rd year)’s infield ground ball to balance 4-4. Lee Jung-hyeon (2nd year), number 6, hit a sweeping double in the second run with bases loaded.
Gyeongbuk High School showed a fearsome back. In the 9th inning attack against 4-4, after two shots, No. 6 Jeong Hee-chan (2 years) and No. 7 pinch hitter Jung Jae-min (2 years) hit consecutively, and No. 8 Park Hyeon-hoo (2 years) picked a walk. Song Seo-bin, who appeared as a pinch hitter with the bases loaded with two outs, pushed the first pitch of opponent ace Kim In-woo (3rd year) and connected it with a 2-RBI double that landed on the right field. In Gyeongbuk High School, which led 6-4, left-hander Kim Byung-jun (2nd year) finished the game cleanly with three batters in the bottom of the 9th inning.
In the bottom of the 8th inning with a 2-1 lead, Pohang Jecheol High School scored 4 points with 2 RBIs and 2 bases by 4th Lee Jun-hyeong (3rd year) and took the win.
Hwasun High School, which had a 3-2 lead through the third inning the previous day, kept its lead until the end when it resumed from the fourth inning. Hur Si-wan (3 years), who took the mound at the bottom of the 4th inning, played 4.1 innings, 4 hits, 4 walks, 5 strikeouts, no runs, and the third pitcher, Ko Kang-hoon (3 years), took responsibility for the last 1.2 innings with no hits. Hwasun High School’s batting line only added 1 point when Jung Jae-min (3rd year) hit a double hit in the top of the 7th inning with no bases loaded.
Jemulpogo scored a complete victory with 16 hits. Kim Jung-ho (3rd year) started the game with one RBI and timely hit in the beginning of the 2nd inning, then scored 3 points in the 3rd inning, 4 points in the 4th inning, and 5 points in the 5th inning, solidifying the victory early on. Leadoff Lee Se-yul (1st year) went 5 at-bats, 4 hits, 4 RBIs, 3 runs and 2 steals, and starter Jang Hong-seo (3rd year) blocked 4 innings with no runs.
Daegu Sangwon High School also calmed Yale Meditech High’s blast with top hitter Lee Ho-jun (3rd year)’s 4 at-bats, 3 hits and 4 RBIs, and starter Jang Gyeong-won’s (3rd year) pitching 5 scoreless innings.