Bulldogs walk on the wild side for win

Published: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 02:44 AM.

Gillis, the Crestview pitcher, had a no-hitter through two innings. The Raiders touched Gillis for two hits and a run, appropriately enough on a wild pitch, in the third inning.

By the time Randolph plated a run the Raiders were out of the game.

Crestview led 8-1 as the Bulldogs came to bat in the bottom of the third. By the time the inning was over Crestview had more than doubled its run total scoring nine runs off a pair of Raider relief pitchers to go up 17-1.

The Bulldogs sent 15 men to the plate in the third inning and everyone in the batting order scored. With the Raider pitchers unable to find the strike zone the Bulldogs needed just three hits to aid in the onslaught.

Sullivan's two-run double in his second at bat of the inning was the big hit for Crestview in the frame.

The Bulldogs added four more runs in the fourth inning as Tim Gillis emptied the bench giving the Crestview reserves some well earned playing time.

A two-run double from Sullivan was once again the big hit of the inning for Crestview as the Bulldogs finished off an impressive offensive performance.

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