SHARKS POST WIN OVER DOLPHINS

SHARKS POST WIN OVER DOLPHINS

📅07 November 2014
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By Robert Balajadia

The Sanchez Sharks had their baseball title streak snapped in 2013 by the now defending champion Southern Dolphins. Thursday evening, the Sharks were able to offer a little payback with a 4-2 win over the Dolphins at the Okkodo field in Dededo.

Southern’s Nathan Sablan was the first to break the scoreless ride in the second inning, but the Sharks defense settled in throughout the course of the game led by pitcher Trey Leon Guerrero and short stop Julian Flores after holding the Dolphins scoreless through three straight innings.

The Sharks found their offense early on and managed to play mistake free baseball to pick up the win as teams are finally starting to hit the field with clearer skies after a series of game cancellations in the first two weeks of the baseball season.

Other Scores

Okkodo 6, Guam High 4 (Jesse Perez 2 RBI)

FD 7, JFK 1 (WP: Cooper Paulino)

GW 21, Tiyan 2

PHOTO GALLERY:

Cody Terlaje of Southern was not fast enough to beat the throw to first.  (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Cody Terlaje of Southern was not fast enough to beat the throw to first. (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Southern pitcher, E.J. Lobaton takes a look at the runner on first with a big lead.  (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Southern pitcher E.J. Lobaton takes a look at the runner on first with a big lead. (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Trey Leon Guerrero of the Sharks fires a pitch to home plate.  (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Trey Leon Guerrero of the Sharks fires a pitch to home plate. (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Sanchez third baseman, Julian Flores makes the stop at third and the throw at first for the out.  (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Sanchez third baseman Julian Flores makes the stop at third and the throw at first for the out. (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Nathan Sablan of Southern rounds third to go home for the first run of the game.  (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Nathan Sablan of Southern rounds third to go home for the first run of the game. (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Daniel "Dan Dan" Cruz of Sanchez stops a low pitch from going wild.  (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

Daniel “Dan Dan” Cruz of Sanchez stops a low pitch from going wild. (photo by Kyle Twardowski)

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