(Georgetown MA) “This was fun today,” said Triton coach Ryan McCarthy after his Vikings defeated Georgetown, 6-1, on Saturday afternoon.
Triton recovered nicely after being eliminated from the post-season on Thursday.
The Vikings (8-11) may not be in the MIAA tournament but they will be in the finals tomorrow of the Spofford Tournament against Pentucket at 2PM.
The Royals (5-13) face Newburyport in the Spofford consolation game at 11AM.
Georgetown went up 1-0 in the second on an RBI double by Jake Adamsky, but Triton responded in the third inning with four runs to take the lead for good.
Senior Devin Parsons pitched a complete game, six-hitter, notching six strikeouts for the Vikings.
“My curve was real strong in the beginning,” said Devin afterwards. “I got my second wind later in the game and had a good fastball at the end.”
Jack Tummino and Brendan Willis
Devin (New England College commit) collected all of his six K’s in the final four innings. It was his second win of the season.
“We didn’t make the plays when we needed to,” said Georgetown coach Phil Desilets post-game. “Things just snowballed on us.”
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