Roney’s Walkoff Seals the Deal in Key West Conchs Victory Over Barron Collier


It came down to the wire on Friday, with Key West Conchs taking victory on a dramatic walk-off single in the late innings that sealed their victory over Barron Collier. The game was tied at six with Key West Conchs batting in the bottom of the eighth when Brendan Roney singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

There was plenty of action on the basepaths as Key West Conchs collected 11 hits and Barron Collier had ten.

Barron Collier fired up the offense in the first inning.

Key West Conchs knotted the game up at six in the bottom of the sixth inning, when Dane Black singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

After Barron Collier scored two runs in the top of the fourth, Key West Conchs answered with two of their own. Barron Collier scored when Nick Denove singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run and Johnny Long singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run. Key West Conchs then answered when Michael Mayor doubled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run.

Dale Michaud took the win for Key West Conchs. He went two and two-thirds innings, allowing zero runs on two hits, striking out four and walking one.
Conner Phelan took the loss for Barron Collier. He allowed eight hits and four runs over three and a third innings, striking out three.

Sean Means started the game for Barron Collier. He lasted three and two-thirds innings, allowing three hits and three runs while striking out four. Danny Galvan started the game for Key West Conchs. He allowed eight hits and six runs over five and a third innings, striking out 11.

Key West Conchs totaled 11 hits. Mayor, Will Anderson, and Roney each collected multiple hits for Key West Conchs. Mayor went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Key West Conchs in hits.
Barron Collier had ten hits in the game. Denove, Long, Matt Lord, and Marcus O’mallet all managed multiple hits for Barron Collier. Denove led Barron Collier with three hits in three at bats. Barron Collier tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Long led the way with two.

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