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Amat wins Glendora title in 8th, 4-3

first_imgBergara got down a bunt, but Mistone was cut down at third base. But the return throw was wild. Eusebio raced to third and Bergara was safe at first. After an intentional walk loaded the bases, the Falcons almost got out of trouble. An infield fly got the second out but a long flyball by catcher Kevin Bonilla was dropped by left fielder George Adrian. “The first two games, we executed better,” Nieto said. “But in the last two games, we didn’t execute very well early but we came through late.” The Lancers jumped on top with an unearned run in the bottom of the fourth inning. A leadoff walk to Mistone and a hit batter brought in a new pitcher. Bergara sacrificed, but a possible double play was botched when the relay went past first base. Mistone hustled home from second. The Falcons came right back with a pair of unearned runs in the top of the fifth to take their only lead. A two-out error put a runner on first, then a botched pickoff play opened the door for back-to-back singles and a pair of runs. “Our goal the whole year is to play the game of baseball well,” Nieto said. “Not give the other team extra opportunities.” Eusebio picked up his second win of the season, not allowing a base runner and striking out four in his two innings. “The kids battled back and that’s part of that Amat mystique,” Nieto said. Leadoff hitter Jordan Fox led the Lancers with three hits. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! GLENDORA – Taking advantage of opportunities is the mark of a good baseball team. Bishop Amat High School did just that Saturday night, capturing the Glendora Tournament with a 4-3, eight-inning win over Crescenta Valley. The Lancers scored the winning run in the bottom of the eighth with two outs on a dropped flyball with the bases loaded. Junior third baseman Andrew Mistone led off the inning with his second single of the night. With the corners charging the plate for an expected sacrifice bunt by winning pitcher Chris Eusebio, Falcons pitcher Micah Dunham tried a pickoff throw to first. No one was covering the bag and Mistone went to second. The Falcons walked Eusebio, then put on a play against Nick Bergara. center_img The win kept first year Lancers coach Andy Nieto undefeated at 4-0. “One of my decisions to say yes to Bishop Amat is they have a huge tradition of athletic legacy,” the former Cal State Fullerton standout said. “But a little luck doesn’t hurt.” last_img read more