Seattle Studs take 2015 GFI championship with come from behind win over Everett

The Seattle Studs captured the GFI championship on Sunday afternoon with a 12-11 win over the Everett Merchants.

The 2015 GFI champions the Seattle Studs!!

The Seattle Studs captured the GFI championship on Sunday afternoon with an exciting 12-11 win over the Everett Merchants at James Donaldson Park.

It was a savage outing for First baseman Connor Savage, who was named tournament MVP after his strong play all weekend. Savage hit three out of four at bats in the final and knocked in two RBIs.

After the Studs went up 1-0 early, it was all Merchants as they went off for six runs in the third inning. Seattle stormed back with a massive 10 run fifth inning. Seattle led 12-9 heading into the bottom of the ninth. Everett didn’t go away though as they scored two runs to come within one, but after Jake Levin struck out for the Merchants that was it and the Studs took the crown.

 

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