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GUELPH SILVERCREEKS COME BACK TO DEFEAT HAMILTON IN HOME OPENER


By GameChanger Media



Despite trailing by as many as four runs, Guelph Silvercreeks rallied to top Hamilton Jr Cardinals 14-4 on Wednesday at David E. Hastings Stadium.



Eric Blamauer collected three hits in five at bats in the win. Blamauer singled in the eighth inning, singled in the fifth inning, and singled in the sixth inning.



Hamilton Jr Cardinals got on the board in the top of the first inning after Brandon Latter (IBL) doubled, and Nolan Goranson hit a sacrifice fly, each scoring one run.



Hamilton Jr Cardinals added two runs in the second after Guelph Silvercreeks committed an error.



Guelph flipped the game on its head in the bottom of the seventh, scoring six runs on one hit to take a 8-4 lead. The biggest blow in the inning was a ground out by Blamauer that drove in two.



Guelph Silvercreeks scored six runs on seven hits in the bottom of the eighth inning. Jackson Groves hit a sacrifice fly, scoring one run, Ryan Cutten singled, scoring one run, Quinn Gammage singled, scoring one run, Blamauer singled, scoring one run, Carter Pond induced Aidan Mendonza to hit into a fielder's choice, but one run scored, and Aidan Edmonds singled, scoring one run.



Mendonza earned the win for Guelph. The reliever allowed zero hits and zero runs over two innings, striking out four and walking none. Dusan Karic took the loss for Hamilton Jr Cardinals. They went two-thirds of an inning, allowing three runs (two earned) on one hit, striking out none and walking none. Matthew Cutten started on the mound for Guelph Silvercreeks. They gave up four hits and four runs (two earned) over three innings, striking out one and walking one. Alexander Van Raay started the game for Hamilton Jr Cardinals. They allowed three hits and two runs over six innings, striking out one and walking three. Logan Miziolek threw three innings of no-run ball for the Silvercreeks in relief. The reliever gave up two hits, striking out five and walking one.



Guelph Silvercreeks amassed 11 hits in the game. Gammage, Cutten, Edmonds, Blamauer, and Groves each drove in two runs for Guelph.



Guelph Silvercreeks welcome the Welland Jr Jackfish on Wednesday for their next game.



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