Ashburn, Va (May 23, 2015) – The Stone Bridge Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead over the Briar Woods Falcons and captured a 10-0 victory last night at Stone Bridge High School in VHSL Conference 14 semifinal playoff game.
The game was decided quickly as the Bulldogs exerted their will early with seven runs in the first three innings.
A first inning RBI triple by Eric Johnson, RBI single by David Mocabee, and two-run double by Josh Greenberg supplied the early offense for the Bulldogs.
Johnson racked up four RBIs on two hits for the Stone Bridge Bulldogs Varsity.
The Bulldogs Pitcher, Brett Kreyer, kept the Falcons off the scoreboard for all six innings he was on the hill. He pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on five hits while striking out five.
Michael Ludowig was charged with the loss. Ludowig allowed seven runs in three innings, walked one and struck out four.
The Bulldogs tacked on another two runs in the third. An error scored Tanner Karafa to start the scoring in the inning.
The Bulldogs built upon their lead with three runs in the sixth. A triple by Johnson ignited the offense, scoring John Callahan and Mason Newcombe.
Three Bulldogs swung the bat well to earn extra bases: Greenberg had a double and Callahan with a triple and the triple threat of the night was Eric Johnson, smacking 2 triples. The sole Falcon that earned an extra base hit was Jacob Hand with a double.
Stone Bridge Bulldogs
Briar Woods Falcons
On another note, Briar Woods Outfielder, Caleb Barnes, presented a game ball to his twice weekly reading buddy, Alex Luciano. Caleb reads twice a week with Alex to support his academic growth.
Caleb, thank you for your continued outstanding community support! The Fox gives you a big SHOUT OUT for doing a great deed for your reading buddy!
The Stone Bridge moves on to play the Conference 14 championship game at home on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 against the visiting Broad Run Spartans. Another ‘Battle of the Burn’ coming up!
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