Southeastern stays alive, eliminates Bryant 2-1
BATON ROUGE - In the first elimination game of the Baton Rouge Regional, the Southeastern Lions squeezed out a 2-1 win over Bryant in 10 innings.
The two teams were tied, even going into extra innings until Sam Roberson broke open the tie on a sacrifice fly to give the Lions the eventual winning run.
Southeastern was held scoreless for eight straight innings in the game; the Lions left the bases loaded in the top of the ninth inning when Jacob Seward struck out to retire the side.
In the bottom half of the inning, Bryant had the bases loaded with one out when an intended sacrifice fly was caught and Andrew Godbold threw out the tagging runner to end the ball game.
Former Livonia star Mason Klotz got the win in the decision for Southeastern.
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