Friday, May 5, 2017
Seneca High School
Woodruff High School
After traveling to Woodruff for a second day in a row, and playing through some light rain for the majority of the evening, the Seneca offense left little up to question in Friday night’s 20-4 win over Woodruff in the first game of the Upper State tournament. The Bobcats totaled 19 hits on the evening, led by 4 each from Tristen Hudson and Petey Ridley. The 20 runs give the Bobcats a total of 48 runs in their 4 playoff games.
While the bats continue to stay hot, their pitching and defense as continued to be as strong as it has been all season. Sophomore, Ryan Moore, picked up the win Friday night. Through his 5 innings of work, Moore allowed only 4 hits and 1 earned run (2 unearned), while striking out 6 and walking none. In those same 4 playoff games, the Cats have only allowed their opponents to cross home 10 times.
The win moves Seneca into the winners bracket of the tournament. They will travel to Mid-Carolina in Prosperity, SC for game two. The game is scheduled for Saturday May 6 at 5 pm. Come out and support your Bobcats in a big playoff matchup.