The Bryan West Senior League baseball team out played the Texas West Champions from Laredo on Tuesday in a doubleheader. This earned them a spot in the Senior League World Series in Bangor Maine and we couldn’t be happier for them!
The West Team had initally lost its opening game in the Southwest Region Senior League Tournament, but aggressively fought through the consolation bracket to reach the finals. David Williams pitched the decisive final game by throwing a complete-game two-hit shut out in a 1-0 victory. The West Pitcher also struck out seven players and the Team followed that with a 15-4 victory.
In the opening game, West only had three hits but ended up scoring the only run in the second inning when Jacob Sutherland walked, stole second and then scored on David Contraras’s single.
Miguel Perez scored the win in the second game. He also had two singles, a triple, and three runs. Player Matt Byer had a triple and three RBI’s. Tommy Galvin hit two singles and also drove in 2 runs.
The Senior League World Series hosts its opening game this Sunday, with Bryan West stepping on to the field to play at 9:00am Monday morning. West will be competing against the champions from Lithuania, Vilnius in a Pool B opener.
Raylene Lewis’s office and all of Century 21 Beal, Inc. Congratulate Bryan West for their accomplishments this season and wish them the best of luck at the Senior League World Series! Wendy Martinez, Raylene Lewis’s Office Manager will be watching the games very closely, as members of her extended family: Michael Martinez – Player, Richard Martinez – Manager, and Johnathan Martinez – a Coach, are all members of the team!
Good Luck Guys!!!