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Jul, 2019

Houston, Texas victorious in day one of the Pony-13 World Series

Houston, Texas (USA) scored 10 first inning runs on route to a day one, mercy rule Pony-13 World Series win over the host team from Whittier, California (USA). Houston remained hot for four innings and won the game 21-1.


Isaiah Ramos drove in Victor Ybarra to give Whittier the 1-0 to start the game off. Houston came out of the gates storming in their half of the first, though and Whittier’s single run had little impact.


Jonathan Neel drove in Christian Rivera for Houston’s first run of the game, but that was just the start. After Neel’s hit, Darren Dyson walked, then Maddox Juarez was hit by a pitch, loading the bases up for Houston.


Domenic Santilli came up to bat next and he was able to draw a walk as well. The walk brought in a runner to make the game 2-1 in favor Houston. It kept the bases loaded for well.


After a couple more walks and a hit batter, Houston saw their lead balloon to four in an instant at 5-1. Rivera came up to bat again in the inning and smacked the ball to right field for an RBI single. Rivera’s single kept the bases loaded for Houston while they held the 6-1 lead.


Whittier used three pitchers in the very first inning, and Houston had each of their numbers. Houston ended up tallying 10 runs in the first inning, giving them a comfortable 10-1 lead.


Houston piled on the runs late in the game, including six in the fourth inning. The Houston squad ended up with 21 runs scored and now head into day two of tournament play with high confidence.


Houston, Texas (USA) will play Tijuana (Mexico) next on day two of the Pony-13 World Series. The game is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. PT at York Field in Whittier, California.


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