By The Beacon Staff
The Seawolves baseball season ended on Sunday against the Lynx of New Hampshire Technical Institute. Their final game of the season played out with the winner taking home the YSCC Championship. The contest, for all intents and purposes, was a pitcher duel.
Kyle Parmley would take to the mound for the Seawolves, pitching seven complete innings. Michael Kernan would start for the Lynx the last four and two-thirds innings before handing the ball over to Jared Booth. Parmley would catch the “W” after facing 27 batters, as Kernan would be tagged for the loss after dueling it out with 24 Seawolf batters. Booth would face four batters.
Parmley started off the contest sending the first six batters he faced back to the Lynx dugout. The top of the third inning started with Zack Poisson reaching first base on an error by Amos Herrin, the Seawolf shortstop. Poisson would be thrown out at second when Lynx batter Mike Simard reached first on a fielder’s choice. The top half of the inning would come to a grinding halt for NHTI with an inning ending double play ball by Gavin McFarland.
The bottom half of the inning would see the Seawolves score three times and leave the bases loaded, while taking advantage of wild pitches and stealing bases.
After Jakob Latini flew out to start the inning off, Herrin jump started the offense for the Seawolves with a single. A wild pitch later Herrin stood on second, 180 feet from getting SMCC onto the big board. The third batter of the inning Justin Leeman drew a walk which set the stage for Carter Chabot.
Chabot would single driving in Herrin from second base as Leeman would follow Herrin pulsing at third. As Kernan battled with Caleb Chambers, Chabot stole second. With runners on second and third