Segwang High School advances to the semifinals for the first time in 20 years… Daegu Sangwon High School wins the ‘Daegu Rival Game’
Segwang High School defeated Jemulpo High School and advanced to the semifinals of Bonghwangdaegi for the first time in 20 years. In a rivalry battle for the position of ‘Daegu leader’, Daegu Sanwon High School defeated Gyeongbuk High School and advanced to the semifinals.
Segwang High School advanced to the semifinals by defeating Jemulpo High School 7-6 after a fierce battle of 3 hours and 33 minutes in the quarterfinals of the 51st Bonghwangdaegi National High School Baseball Tournament held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 4th. This is the first time that Segwanggo has advanced to the semifinals since the 33rd competition in 2003. The prestigious Segwang High School in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, which was founded in 1954 and produced players such as Song Jin-woo and Jang Jong-hoon, reached the semifinals three times in 1987, 2002, and 2003, but has not yet been able to embrace the ‘green phoenix’. Bang Jin-ho, head coach of Segwang High School, expressed his feelings, saying, “I am happy that we made it to the semifinals of the national competition in my first year in office. It has been 20 years since we reached the semifinals of Bonghwangdaegi, and we will aim to win our first championship since our founding.”
In the game that followed, Daegu Sangwon High School won 8-3 over Gyeongbuk High School. Daegu Sangwon High School, which won the championship in 1973 and 1974 at the beginning of the Bonghwang Dynasty, also reached the finals in 1975, but was blocked by Gyeongbuk High School at the time and failed to win three times in a row, and is aiming to regain hegemony for the first time in 49 years.
Segwang High School and Daegu Sangwon High School, who both won that day, will compete for a ticket to the finals at the same venue on the 6th.
Se-Gwang High School won a difficult victory because the opponent’s mound collapsed on its own. Although Se-Gwanggo produced only 4 hits, he got a whopping 19 walks and 4 walks. The winning run was also achieved by a wild pitch from the opposing pitcher. The two teams faced off tightly until their fates diverged in the 9th inning. With the score tied at 2-2, in the top of the 6th inning, Se-Gwang High scored 4 runs due to a walk and an opponent’s error, and Jemulpo High School balanced the score at 6-6 in the bottom of the 8th with timely hits from Dae-Hwan Yeom (1st year) and Ji-Ho Moon (2 years). correct.메이저사이트
However, the final concentration was better in Se-Advertisement. Se-Gwanggo sent a runner into scoring position with two walks in the top of the 9th inning. With 1 out and 1st and 2nd base, No. 3 Lee Sang-mook’s ground ball to 1st base made it 2 outs and 2nd and 3rd base, and when Park Jun-seong (3rd year) was at bat at No. 4, Jemulpo High pitcher Woojun Kwon (1st year) made a wild pitch, scoring the final run. Kim Jin-seo (3 years), who took the mound in relief of ace Kim Yeon-ju (3 years) after one out in the bottom of the 8th inning, gave up a walk in the bottom of the 9th inning with a 1-run lead, but finished the inning without allowing a run, putting an end to the long game and becoming the winning pitcher. .
Daegu Sangwon High School did not lose the lead it took from the beginning. In the top of the second inning, with bases loaded and no outs with one hit and two walks, he scored four runs with three walks and an outfield sacrifice fly. In the top of the 5th inning, with the bases loaded and no outs, 2 walks and a pitcher’s wild pitch contributed 3 runs to Gyeongbuk High School to maintain an uneasy 1-run lead, but in the top of the 8th inning, consecutive errors by opposing second baseman Park Hyeon-hoo (2 years) resulted in an additional run. It came out.
Daegu Sangwon High School, which had the opportunity to reach first and second base with two hits in a row after one out, made an error when 9th pinch hitter Seok Seung-min (2nd year) grounded out to the infield, and second baseman Park Hyun-hoo threw the ball to second base. While the ball fell behind, the runner on second base hit home. Also, No. 1 Lee Ho-jun (3 years) hit a ground ball to second base, and Park Hyun-hoo made a bad throw to first base. Meanwhile, Daegu Sangwon High School added 1 point. In the ensuing game, with one out and runners on second and third base, No. 2 Nam Taewoong (1st year) hit a double to right-center to drive the wedge.