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Nate Bennett leads London West Tincaps 2005 to 8-6 victory
Submitted By Lukas Richardson 2.2 (2020) on Friday, June 10, 2016
London West Tincaps 2005 beat the St Thomas Cardinals 8-6 Thursday behind both the bat and the arm of Nate Bennett.

Nate was hot from the plate for London West Tincaps 2005. Nate went 2-3, drove in one and scored two runs. He singled in the second and sixth innings.

Nate had an impressive outing against the St Thomas Cardinals' lineup. Nate gave up just one hit, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out none during his one inning of work.

London West Tincaps 2005 held off the St Thomas Cardinals, as the St Thomas Cardinals were unable to overcome a three-run third inning deficit.

The St Thomas Cardinals scored on an error in the fourth inning and a two-run single by Jason Woodrich in the fifth inning. Despite their efforts, the St Thomas Cardinals couldn't finish the comeback.

The St Thomas Cardinals jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first. The St Thomas Cardinals attack began with a double from Cody VanLiere. A single by Adam Fry then moved Cody from second to third. Patrick Berkvens singled, plating Cody. The St Thomas Cardinals added more runs when scored on an error.

The game's last lead went to London West Tincaps 2005 thanks to a second inning rally that saw four runs cross the plate on a two-run error and two singles.

A one-run third inning helped bring the St Thomas Cardinals within one. A sacrifice fly by Patrick fueled the St Thomas Cardinals' comeback. London West Tincaps 2005 stopped the rally after Roman Sawchuk got Jason to ground out.

London West Tincaps 2005 scored two runs of its own in the third. London West Tincaps 2005 scored on a wild pitch and an error.

It didn't take long for London West Tincaps 2005 to answer as it scored one run of its own in the fourth. London West Tincaps 2005 scored on a groundout by Cooper Martin.

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