Gyeongbuk High School, the ‘powerhouse of Daegu’, advanced toward winning the national championship for the second time in a row.토토사이트

Gyeongbuk High School defeated Cheongdam High School 7-3 in the quarterfinals of the 57th Presidential Cup National High School Baseball Championship (sponsored by the JoongAng Ilbo and the Korea Baseball Softball Association) held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 9th. With this, there are only two steps left to the 7th championship, the most in the history of the Presidential Cup.

At the vanguard of Gyeongbok High School was Park Gwan-woo (17), a sophomore outfielder. Park Gwan-woo came out as the lead batter in the top of the 6th inning with a 1-1 match and went on base with a heavy hit. Then, after heading to third base with a sacrifice bunt and an opponent’s wild throw, he stepped home when Jeon Mir’s right fielder’s sacrifice fly. In addition, Cheongdam High School scored 1 run in the 7th inning and tied the score 2-2 again. In the 8th inning, 1 out and 1 base, he hit a double that hit the left foul line and brought first base runner Kim Se-hoon home. Gyeongbuk High School, which brought the atmosphere, hit a wedge with Ahn Jung-hwan’s sweeping triple from the left in the continued second-out chance.

Park Kwan-woo’s housekeeper aspect is revealed whenever it is important this season. First of all, he took the mound as a pitcher in the Blue Dragon Flag final last month and laid the stepping stone for victory. 8th inning with a 4-1 lead. When there was no suitable pitcher from Gyeongbuk High School, head coach Lee Jun-ho hired former pitcher Park Gwan-woo, and Park Gwan-woo pitched 1 hit and no runs in 1 2/3 innings, winning the championship trophy for his teammates. In addition, in the presidential boat this time, he is paying for his meal by scoring final blows in the round of 16 against Deoksu High School and in the quarterfinals this time.

In Gyeongbuk High School, starting pitcher Kim Joon-won recorded 2 hits, 1 strikeout and 1 run (no earned run) in 4 innings. Park Gyeong-do, who pitched in relief in the 5th inning, became the winning pitcher by allowing 1 run in 3 1/3 innings.

In Cheongdam High School, Choi Ji-woong, who came up in the 4th inning, made a surprise effort with 2 hits, 5 strikeouts and 1 run in 4 innings.

At the beginning of the game, Gyeongbuk High School took the lead. In the first inning, after leadoff batter Kim Se-hoon walked, Park Kwan-woo calmly made a sacrifice bunt in front of the pitcher and sent Kim Se-hoon to second base. Then, Lim Jong-seong scored a triple through the middle of the right to score the first run.

After that, the game, which flowed as a pitcher battle, became interesting again in the middle. Cheongdam High School balanced in the 5th inning. Leading batter Kim Min-jin opened the door with a hit that fell in front of the right fielder. Hong Min-kyu then put in a sacrifice bunt, which was missed by Gyeongbuk High School pitcher Kim Joon-won, making it safe on first and second base. Cheongdam High School took a chance due to an opponent’s mistake, and Kim Taek-yoon made a sacrifice bunt to 1 out 2nd and 3rd base, and Kim Gyu-min succeeded in a squeeze bunt to tie the game.

Kyungbuk High School, which was pursued, ran away again 2-1 with Mir Jeon scoring a sacrifice fly to right field in the 6th inning with 1 out and 3 base. Then, Cheongdam High School scored 1 run in the 7th inning to balance the game 2-2.

The tense game came to an end in the 8th inning. With one out and first base, Park Kwan-woo fired a left-handed double, bringing runner Kim Se-hoon home. In Gyeongbuk High School, which brought the atmosphere, Lee Seung-hyun recorded an RBI and a left-handed hit in the continued chance. Then, with the bases loaded with two outs, Ahn Jung-hwan’s sweeping left-handed triple hit a wedge.

Park Gwan-woo, who was born and raised in Daegu, said, “When he was young, his father encouraged him to join the baseball team. After starting out of curiosity, he was both a pitcher and a fielder, and since high school he has been playing only as a hitter.” “Actually, today’s game didn’t go well. Still, I’m glad I did something when I needed points. I will do my best until the end to win the championship twice in a row.”

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