Woodbridge, NJ - Strong pitching for both teams was the story of the game. East Brunswick fanned 13 batters, while Woodbridge struck out 7. The game was tied at 1 until a 15th inning walk-off home run.
EB Senior Tyler Burnham got the start again and he made the most of it. Burnham pitched 7 ⅓ innings while allowing 1 run with 9 strikeouts.
EB struck first with a RBI single by Junior, Michael Falco in the 3rd inning. The Barron's tied it up a few innings later. After the fifth inning neither team could score a run for awhile.
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At the end of the 7th inning it was still tied up sending the game to extra innings. In the 8th inning, Senior Ryan Flynn came into relieve Burnham on the mound. The 13th inning seemed to be promising for the Bears. A single to lead off the inning by Burnham, a walk to Falco, and a single by Junior Brad Edwards loaded up the bases with 0 outs. However, EB could not bring in any runs.
In the bottom of the 15th inning, the Barons led off the inning with a single. The following batter, launched a fly ball to center field that cleared the fence to win the game. The Bears suffer a long, heartbreaking loss to the Woodbridge Barons, 3-1.
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