Bulldogs race past Thoroughbreds

Published: Monday, April 1, 2013 at 11:17 PM.

"Roman was very good tonight. He was sharp and he's been good all year."

Crestview might have done more damage if Dakota Dean had not been thrown out at home plate for the first out of the inning as Corey Armstrong reached on a fielder's choice.

When the Bulldogs added a run in the seconds inning as Tate Sweatt reached on an error and scored on a Hunter Sullivan single, Harrison County starting pitcher Jordan Martin was done for the night, but not before picking up the loss.

The Bulldogs made it 6-0 with two runs in the third inning. Hunter Willis had a two-run single scoring Justin Rebholz and courtesy runner P.J. Grainger.

Corey Armstrong was hit by a pitch to lead off the Bulldog fourth and scored on Thomason's triple. Thomason scored as Austin Armstrong grounded out to short stop for the inning.

Gillis went to his bench in the fifth and sixth innings bringing in pinch-hitters for every batter.

Corbin Carroll led of the sixth with a single up the middle and moved to third on a Preston Bass double. Carroll scored on a Drew Graham groundout and Bass scored on a wild pitch to end the game.

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