Posted On: April 30, 2015 Posted By: David Shepard
Campbell County Camels and Harrison County Thoroughbreds exchanged the lead four times on Thursday, but Campbell County ended up on top with a 4-3 win in seven innings over Harrison County.
Campbell County took the lead in the sixth inning and held on for the victory. Campbell County went up for good on a three-run home run by Robert Metz off Fryman, plating Carson Plessinger and Brady Sansom.
Campbell County would not relinquish the lead as Harrison County was unable to weather a two-run sixth inning deficit.
Harrison County scored one run in the seventh on a sacrifice fly by Claypool. Despite its efforts, Harrison County couldn’t finish the comeback.
Josh Reynolds got the win in relief for Campbell County. Reynolds pitched two innings and allowed two runs.
Fryman was the game’s losing pitcher. He lasted just five and two-thirds of an inning, walked one, struck out none, and allowed one run.
After a scoreless stalemate, Harrison County finally got on the board with one run in the fifth. Harrison County scored on an error.
After a quick strike from Harrison County, Campbell County responded with one run in the fifth. Campbell County scored on an RBI double by Gabe Kremer.
Harrison County brought home one run in the sixth inning, and matched that run total in the seventh. In the sixth, Harrison County scored on a solo home run by Stroud.
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