Souderton walks off on Doylestown
The way things have been going for Souderton, it was not a matter of if they would come back, but when.
It took until their last at bat, but Souderton found a way to win its game against Doylestown, coming back from being down 4-2 to win 5-4 with three runs in the seventh. It was Nick Meara’s RBI single that sunk Doylestown and kept Souderton alive.
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After play had resumed, an uneventful sixth and top of the seventh went by nice and easy for Doylestown. The home team was not ready for the heartbreak that was about to ensue.
Up by two runs, Doylestown seemed to be in the driver’s seat, but Souderton had other plans. Moyer, Dylan Morrissette and Brad Stoltzfus all got on base to
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