Wranglers run winning streak to 9 by edging Woodstock in 10 innings

Luray made it 9 straight VBL wins with a thrilling 3-2 victory over the visiting Woodstock River Bandits Saturday night at Bulldog Field. The Wranglers needed 10 innings and clutch hitting from Adam McClain (Memphis) to improve their mark to 17-6 for the season. McClain hit a 2-run home run to plate Clay Kelly (Dallas Baptist) and give the home team a 2-0 lead that held up until the top of the ninth inning. Woodstock (9-13) tied the game with two runs after there were 2 outs in their final at bat.

McClain came to the plate with a runner on second base (C.J Lauriello) and proceeded to stroke a single to right center field to send the home fans happy...... The two pitching staffs combined for 30 strike outs- Yes 30 Strike Outs..... More details to come later!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Story is up in your email now Jerry. Wow 30 strikeouts, how much did Luray have and how much did Woodstock have. Should be a great pitching matchup tommorrow at KC Field.

GeneralsSignGuyMike
Anonymous said…
that was definately a great game. it kept me on the edge of the stands during OT and hoping Luray would win. When Adam hit the basehit i knew we were able to get that last run in to win.

Congrats Wranglers!
There was a great deal of drama for sure! How about the attempted steal of home plate in the bottom of the 8TH ?
Anonymous said…
that steal was definately exciting. i love when the games are so full of excitement.

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