W. Seattle clips BHS in tourney

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— image credit: Logo courtesy of Bainbridge High School

SEATTLE - After an incredible shutout victory during the first baseball game of the Metro League Tournament, the Spartans found themselves staring down the wrong end of a 13-8 score against West Seattle Tuesday, May 13 at Steve Cox Memorial Park in Seattle.

Bainbridge led initially, 3-0 in the first inning, but proved unable to cope with the Wildcats’ sudden offensive step-up in the third.

BHS did, however, manage more hits than their opponent. The team finished the game with 10, and West Seattle managed seven.

Despite the loss, the game saw important offensive contributions by three key Spartan sluggers: Duncan McCombs, Tino Peleti and Sam Tiffany.

Peleti finished the game with three at bats, two hits - including one home run, three RBIs and two runs.

Tiffany also stepped up to the plate three times for Bainbridge. He ended the day with two hits and one run.

McCombs was the Spartan who spent the most time at the plate. He managed four at bats, two hits, one RBI and one run.


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