Northview Chiefs Run-Rule Escambia Academy In Explosive 6th Inning

March 1, 2017

The Northview Chiefs defeated Escambia Academy 11-1 Tuesday night in wild sixth inning that ended on the 1o-run rule.

The Chiefs and the visiting Cougars were scoreless at the end of the fifth, with EA taking a 1-0 lead in the top of the sixth.

Northview caught fire in the bottom of the sixth, racking up a string of 11 runs beginning with a single from Zach Payne. John Chivington had a double, Payne score on a stolen base, Bailey Wilson walked. Seth Killam, Quinton Sampson and Payne scored on stolen bases and Josh Neese singled as the Chiefs drove 11 across the plate.

Bailey Wilson pitched the win in six innings for the Chiefs, giving up three hits and one run, and striking out 13 while walking four.

Quinton Sampson 0-2, RBI; Josh Neese 1-3, 2R; John Chivinton 2-4, 2R, RBI; Jared Alif, 0-2, 2R; Zach Payne 2-4, R, 2RBI; Bailey Wilson 1-2, R; Chandley Lowery 1-2, R; Seth Killam 1-3, R, RBI; Blake Reid 2-2, R.

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