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Sunday, August 16, 2015

10 Runs on 8 Hits in the Fourth Opened the Flood Gates to Give San Mateo a Double Header Sweep

10 runs on eight hits opened the flood gates in the fourth inning as the San Mateo Sister City All-Stars took game two of the double header, avenging yesterday's loss to the Toyonaka East squad, 11-2. With the win, San Mateo moves to 3-1 in the five-game series.

San Mateo jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first. Ryan Ivers led off the game with a single. Gabriel Gudino Jr. laid down a perfect sacrifice bunt to move Ivers to second. With two outs, Nolan Rau singled past the short stop, bringing home Ivers.

Toyonaka evened the score in the bottom half of the second with an unearned run.

And then the inning of all innings happened in the fourth. Joe Tongamoa, batting for Noah Frandsen, doubled to lead off the frame and scored one batter later on a single to right by Ryan Harvey. Jacob Kalaveras followed with his first of two triples of the game, driving in Harvey. Zachary Harte drew a walk. Ivers followed with a single, bringing in Kalaveres. The bases then loaded after Guidino Jr. was hit by a pitch and were quickly cleared with a Jake Willerup double. Rau then followed with a walk. With Alika Woon at the plate, a wild pitch brought home Willerup. Woon then double right. Pablo Ossio continued the hit parade with a single to right, plating Rau.

Nine runs had scored in the inning before an out had been recorded. With one out in the fourth, Cynthia Leong grounded out. On the play, Woon came in to score the inning's 10th and final run. Kalaveras added his second triple in the inning, however he was stranded there when the inning ended.

The score would remain 11-1 until Toyonaka East added a single run in the fifth to cut the lead to 11-2. That is where the game would end after the time limit.

Frandsen started on the mound, tossing the first three innings. He gave up an unearned run on one hit, striking out one and walking three. Ivers threw the final two frames, surrendering an unearned run on two hits. He struck out one without any walks.

The fifth and final game is schedule for tomorrow at 1 PM after a trip to city hall to meet the Mayor. The weather report shows rain throughout the day. If it does rains, we will attempt to reschedule the game for Wednesday morning.


                1  2  3  4   5   6    R  H  E
SMSCA     1  0  0  10  0   X    11 15 1
Toyo East   0  1  0  0   1   X    2  2  1

1B: Ivers (2), Willerup (1), Carion (1), Rau (2), Harvey (1), Ossio (2)
2B: Willerup (1), Woon (1), Tongamoa, (1), Kalaveras (1)
3B: Kalaveras (2)
RBI: Ivers (1), Willerup (3), Rau (1), Ossio (1), Tongamoa (1), Harvey (1), Leong (1), Kalaveras (2)
Pitchers: Frandsen, Ivers (4)
W: Frandsen (1-0)

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