In co-ed tournament action at Newton ballfield Monday night, Double D was looking to avenge its loss last week as it took on Gann’s.
Double D scored six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to upset Gann’s thanks to a walk-off single to the outfield, completing the comeback, in a 25-24 win.
Chris McCormick led the way at the plate in the victory for Double D as he went 6-for-7 with four singles, a double, and a triple.
Dane Harville got the win on the mound for Double D.
Glenn Rogers smashed three home runs in the loss in a 3-for-6 night. Lynn Gann, Lake Martin, Shelli Hayes, Nathan Bailey, Dan Olsen and Amber Young also chipped in three hits apiece.
After Gann’s went down quickly in the top of the first, Double D built a three-run lead in the bottom of the inning.
A two-run triple by Harville broke the scoreless tie and gave Double D the lead, 2-0. Later in the inning, another run came across to score as Double D held the lead, 3-0, after one.
Gann’s got the goose egg off the board in the top of the second as it cut the Double D lead to two courtesy of an RBI single by Bailey, 3-1 but that’s the only run it scored in the top of the inning.
Double D got the lead back up to three in the bottom of the inning, 4-1, as it headed to the top of the third.
Gann’s bats finally caught fire in the top of the third as five runs came across to score to give it the two-run lead, its first of the game,6-4.
Double D had an answer for Gann’s in the bottom of the inning, scoring four runs to take back the lead in the back-and-forth contest, 8-6, after three.
Rogers crushed a solo shot over the fence to begin the top of the fourth as Gann’s inched closer to the Double D lead, 8-7.
Gann’s took the lead yet again as three more runs came across to score later in the inning to give it the two-run advantage, 10-8.
Double D went up by five in the bottom of the inning as it scored seven runs thanks to timely hitting, grabbing the lead for the third time of the night, 15-10.
After Gann’s managed to score only a run to cut the deficit to four in the top of the fifth, Double D added two more runs in the bottom of the inning to hold the six-run advantage,17-11, after five.
Gann’s tied things up at 17 in the fifth inning and Double D failed to score in the bottom of the inning, leaving the game tie heading into the sixth.
Gann’s combined to score seven more runs in the final two innings, giving it the lead heading into the bottom of the seventh, 24-19.
Double D used a rally in the bottom of the inning as it scored six runs to complete the come-from-behind victory and shock Gann’s, 25-24, in a thrilling contest.