Baseball Tadpoles wrap up season

The Summerland Tadpole Greys wrapped up an exciting season, last weekend, when they played against the Tadpole Blues.

The Summerland Tadpole Greys wrapped up an exciting season, last weekend, when they played against the Tadpole Blues.

The game started off with Andrew Rolston smashing the ball out to right field which brought in the base runner for their first run in.

There were many great plays during the game and one that stands out was in the top of the fifth when Josh Montgomery got the second and third outs, singlehandedly, playing first base.

The Grey team was down but came back in an open inning rally to close the gap.

Amazing hits by Atticus Young, Kaeden Seiter, Jackson Bamber, Dante Coco, Kayden Cave and Braeden Switzer brought multiple runs in.

 

The game ended with the Grey team down by only one run.

 

 

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