Prison Sport Ministries, 16 vs. SQ Hardtimers, 23
Prison Sport Ministries took an early lead against the Hard- timers, and fell 23-16 in the end. Richard Zorns led the way with a home run in the bottom of the 2nd inning, followed Brandon-Riddle-Terrell who homered in the the 4th ; Oscar Acosta hit a home run over the ARC trailer in right.JuanNavarro had 4 hits & 4 runs to help secure the victory.
North Bay Bombers, 6 vs. SQ Hardtimers, 26
The Hard timers scored another victory in their 4th game against the North Bay Bombers, 26-6. After the game, in a show of sportsmanship and brotherhood, both teams gathered around the pitcher’s mound and Terry Kitchen and Brandon-Riddle-Terrell shared their heartfelt testimonies of what it meant to play against people from the their home town of Santa Rosa.
Prison Sports Ministry, 15 vs. SQ Hardtimers, 38
Prison Sports Ministries came out swinging in the first inning, scoring 4 easy runs, but went on to lose the match 38-15.
The Outsiders, 4 v. SQ Hardtimers, 16
The Outsiders came in The Q with two first time visitors, and looking to extend their season run of 7-1 playing against other teams, but came up short against The Hardtimers.
“Coach Matt gave me an opportunity to come in and play,” said Gus who played in right field. “I was excited because I love this game.”
Melissa said she had to get pass the jitters. “Once I got a hit, got on base and scored, all the nervousness was gone,” she stated. She scored three runs and shook her head, say- ing “No, No, No! You’re out!” as she caught several pop ups to first base where she played the entire game.
The game ended with both teams meeting at the mound, sharing a prayer, and The Outsiders promising to come back and tie the series 1 – 1 on their return.