Published: Wednesday, 04 May 2016 15:00
Written by Aaron Carr
Everything changed in an instant.
The demeanor of the home team and the visitors, the enthusiasm of the crowd, even the sunlight was beaming a little brighter.
The most notable change was the score.
Trailing 6-2 to Scituate entering the bottom of the fourth inning, the Duxbury offense exploded for ten runs in the half inning to take a 12-6 lead.
This wasn’t a comeback, it was a gate storming.
Up and down the batting order the Dragons collectively found ways to get on base and circle around to score.
With that said, the line about things changing in an instant might be slightly faulty. After all, it took a while to accumulate those ten runs.
The Dragons completed their extreme reversal of fortune by silencing the Scituate bats the rest of the afternoon to earn a 13-6 victory.
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