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Dallardsville Big Sandy 3 New Deal 2/FINAL/BIG SANDY ADVANCES TO CLASS 2A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME!!!

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It is same time next year for the Big Sandy Wildcats as they take on the New Deal Lions in this Class 2A State Semifinal!

Jacob Hooker's Wildcats reached this round with a bi-district sweep of Mumford (17-4, 11-1), an area round sweep of Weimar (1-0, 10-0), a regional quarterfinal sweep of Burton (8-1, 8-1), a 4-3 regional semifinal win over Mason and a Region IV finals sweep of Thorndale (13-3, 15-6).

New Deal, the champions of 3-2A, reached this round with a bi-district sweep of Smyer (13-5, 7-6), a 6-1 area round win over Wellington, a 2-1 regional quarters series win over Post (6-9, 15-8, 8-5), 2-1 regional semis series will over De Leon (1-11, 4-3, 7-1) and a Region I series sweep of Hawley (10-1, 4-3).

The winner of this game will face the winner of the Muenser/Woden semifinal which will be played immediately after this game.

Join Ken Luck for all of the action from Dell Diamond in Round Rock beginning at 4 pm by tuning your radio to KETX 92.3 FM or by clicking on the following link:

http://streamdb3web.securenetsystems.net/v5/ketx

Follow Big Sandy Wildcats Playoff Baseball on The Eagle, KETX 92.3 FM and Your Source for Sports in Southeast Texas, SETXsports.com!

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Emmons scores on a Duff double after drawing a leadoff walk.  Big Sandy leads 1-0 with runners on 1st and 2nd.

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Holmes strikes out after Hendrix is walked intentionally. Runners on 1st and 2nd, 1 out.  Big Sandy leads 1-0.

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Maxwell with a single, bases load with Wildcats, 1 out. Big Sandy leads 1-0 in the Top of the 1st.

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Parrish strikes out to end the 1st.

Going to the Bottom of the 1st, Big Sandy 1, New Deal coming to bat.

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After a walk, a steal of 2nd an a error puts a New Deal runner on 3rd with 1 out.  Big Sandy leading 1-0 in the Bottom of the 3rd

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A sac fly gives New Deal a 2-1 lead in the Bottom of the 1st. Runners on 1st and 2nd with 2 out.

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Duff reaches on fielder choice, Adams forced at home.  Bases loaded, 1 out. New Deal leads 2-1.

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New Deal single starts off the 2nd and the runner advances on an errant pick throw.  Runner on 2nd, 0 out.

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A key strike out makes it 2 out, Runner on 3rd, New Deal leads 2-1 in the Bottom of the 2nd.

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