Deoksu High School defeated Gwangju Dongseong High School and joined the round of 32.

In the second round of the 51st Bonghwangdaegi National High School Baseball Championship held on the 26th at Sinwol Stadium in Seoul, Deoksu High School won a new victory over Gwangju Dongseong High School, 4-3, by 1 point, thanks to the performances of Kim Tae-hyeong (2 years), who played an active role as a pitcher and hitter.스포츠토토

With only 13 players, Cheonan CS, which has been in its 3rd year since its founding, defeated Jeju High School 4-2 in Mokdong and advanced to the round of 32.

Deoksu High scored 1 point at the beginning of the 1st inning and gave 2 points at the end of the 1st inning, but reversed the charter again at the beginning of the 2nd inning. Leading batsman Kim Tae-hyeong’s right-handed hit followed by Oh Si-hoo’s (1st year) double hit gave him a chance to secure second and third base.

And 8th Kim Jae-hyeong (3rd year) hit a timely left-handed hit with 1 RBI, and when Bae Seung-soo (2nd year) double hit at 1st and 3rd base continued unscathed, the runner on third base stepped home. Deoksu High, leading 3-2 again, added 1 point at the beginning of the 3rd inning and contributed 1 point at the end of the 5th inning.

In an unstable one-point lead situation, Deoksu High’s mound was played by Kim Tae-hyeong, who started as a designated hitter, from the 5th inning to the mound and took responsibility until the end. Taehyung Kim kept the team victory with 5 innings, 2 hits, 2 walks, 4 strikeouts, no runs.

Cheonan CS did not miss the initiative from the beginning until the end. After two outs at the end of the first inning, Kim Seon-gwon (3rd year) went on base due to a throw error by the third baseman, and Won Dong-jin (3rd year) at the 4th time scored a right-handed hit to take the lead. In the bottom of the second inning, he scored 3 runs with 3 hits and 2 walks and ran away to 4-0.

In the beginning of the 4th inning, Jeju High School caught up with 2 points thanks to a right-handed hit by Gyung-Jun Ahn (3rd year) at 1 company, 2nd and 3rd base, but failed to capture Cheonan CS Jeong Hee-soo, who came on the mound from the 5th inning. Jeong Hee-soo (3rd year) gave up 3 hits and 4 walks in 5 innings, but blocked it with no runs and became the winning pitcher.

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