Home

Just as they did in game one, the Treutlen Vikings had to once again fight from behind in game two scoring 4 runs in the 5th inning and adding two more in the 6th to complete the sweep of Seminole County 6-3 Wednesday afternoon in Donalsonville.

The Indians who came into the series at 27-0 and the overall 4th seed, scored first in the 3rd with a single run, but the Vikings would come back and tie it in the bottom half of the inning on a Tyler Summmerall sac fly to make it 1-1 after three innings.

Sumerall would strike again in the Bottom of the 5th with a 2 run triple to tie the game at 3-3 after the Indians had taken the lead in their half of the inning. Tyler Benjamin who would get the win in the game, gave the Vikings the lead for good with a sacrifice fly to score Summerall from third to make it 4-3.

The Vikings would pick up two insurance runs in the sixth inning to seal the deal and advance to the Elite 8 for the fifth year in a row and will face Telfair Co. next Wednesday on the road after Telfair swept ECI 9-6 & 10-2. The Vikings are now 19-11 on the year and the senior Vikings stand at 90-32 for their career. . 

AdvertiseWithUs

MRN Radio

Latest Local Photo Submited

Current Site Stats
  • We have 80508 guests and 2 members online

    • admin
    • Aphukeatmew
  • Page Speed 0.60 Seconds

    Provided by iJoomla SEO

Southeast Georgia Today
Total Visits Since March 2015
SiteLock