Seitter knocks in game winner topping Bourbon 9-8

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Bourbon, Mo – New Haven scored four runs in the seventh inning, coming from behind to steal a win in last night’s game at Bourbon.

Andrew Schwentker led off the seventh inning, smoking a line drive to deep center field for a stand up double.  John Carey came to the plate with the bases loaded after Austin Madden and Garrett Schoenfeld were both walked to load the bases.

Carey slapepd a line drive down the left field line, clearing the bases to tie the game 8-8.  Ross Seitter knocked in Carey on a one out single up the middle giving New Haven a one run lead.

Carey's run scored would ultimately be the game winner after Madden struck out the first two batters, ending the game with a routine fly ball to right field, giving New Haven their second straight win in dramatic fashion.

Garrett Schoenfeld started for New Haven however, only pitched two and a third when he began having shoulder pain.  Jake Terschluse would come in to pitch three innings to pick up his first one on the year and Madden finished Bourbon off, picking up his first save.

The Shamrocks improve to 4-2 on the year after they pounded Owensville on Monday night, 16-1.

Game Notes:

- Schoenfeld went 2-2 and recording his first homerun of the year.

- Seitter knocked in two runs on two hits and had three stolen bases.

- New Haven scored nine runs off nine hits and committing two errors.

Box Score:

Tues., Mar. 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
New Haven 1 0 3 0 0 1 4 9 9 2
Bourbon 1 0 2 2 3 0 0 8
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