As record-obsessed as the game of baseball is, your humble correspondent has been unable to identify a state or national record for the most runners left on base in a high school game.
The bats that produced 46 runs on 58 hits in the first two games of a three-game series fell silent Wednesday afternoon in Daytona Beach.
Scott Kobos was the main silencer.
It turned ugly in more ways than one for the Interlachen High School baseball team Wednesday night at Ram Field.
CRESCENT CITY – The game unusually started 15 minutes earlier than the normal 6 p.m. start.
Having left 10 on base over four scoreless innings Tuesday, the Palatka High School baseball team did not panic.