No. 22 Monterey Tops No. 2 Frenship to even the series

Published 03/28 2014 11:28PM

Updated 03/29 2014 12:17AM

Just three days after Frenship took advantage of Monterey errors to take game one of their series, The Plainsmen used Tiger errors to even the series at one game apiece.

In the bottom of the first, trouble for the Tigers as Brett Hinson’s pitch got away from Hunter Hays. Zac sanders stomped on home as he crossed to give Monterey the 1-0 lead.

But in the bottom of the inning a passed ball had the game tied at 1 until Hunter Douglas put one in play to score Chase Brouillette to make it 2-1.

Camden Arnold got a ground ball but it was bobbled at 2nd and allowed Chase Sachet to score to make it 3-1.

But the Plainsmen flipped the script on the tigers as they committed five errors and the Plainsmen even the series at one, the rubber match is tomorrow at 1pm at Frenship.

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