As must all good things, Seymour's baseball season came to an end Monday night with an 11-9 loss to Knoxville Catholic in the first round of the region.
"We were down 10-1 at one point. We just dug ourselves a big hole and couldn't dig out of it," Coach Scott Norman said.
"We hit the ball real well. We had 11 hits to their eight. I think we only made one error. We just walked too many at first and dug too big of a hole. I mean at 10-1 it was looking like we were going to get run ruled, but our guys fought back to get it to 10-9 for a while. Zack Cook came in and shut them down for four innings, and Brandon Timmerman came in and shut them out for an inning. It just wasn't quite enough," he continued.
According to Norman, the Eagles struggled from the mound with Keegan Newport pitching into the second inning and Corbin Weaver taking over briefly before Cook and Timmerman found some success on the hill.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.