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On Twitter – Titans vs. PHSC 2/22

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By Shelby Lopez

After a couple of cold cloudy Florida days, the sun and warmth came out for the baseball game. The SPC Titans played PHSC on Sunday afternoon and what a game it was! The first five innings went quickly. A viewer even asked if his watch was broken because the time didn’t seem right.  Then, the game picked up and the crowd was screaming.

After five innings of the Titans leading 1-0, PHSC tied it up and then followed with a grand slam taking the lead 1-5. The Titans quickly came back and took the lead 6-5 at the end of inning six. During inning seven, PHSC tied the game 6-6 but never got to home plate again, finishing with six points. The Titans, however, ran the bases through inning seven and eight and got three more runs, taking the game into inning nine with a score of 9-6.

The top of the inning involved many batters hitting the ball all over the field and the Titan men were catching them wherever they went. The first PHSC to bat in inning nine hit the ball straight back to the pitcher who jumped a foot in the air and caught the ball. A man in the crowd shouted “Way to be tall, Jeremy!” The bottom half of inning nine never happened because the Titans already had more points than PHSC. The game was over.

With the Titans winning 9-6,   the game concluded with an exchange of high fives between the two teams.

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