Roseville awaits the winner between Stoneyard and Bedford

Written by Bob on August 10th, 2014
Salt Lake City Page Brake pitcher Kevin Black fires a pitch in the game against the Roseville Eagles. Black the son of manager, Steve Black, is fast becoming one of Utah's best pitchers. Photo By BOB OTTO

Salt Lake City Page Brake pitcher Kevin Black fires a pitch in the game against the Roseville Eagles. Black the son of manager, Steve Black, is fast becoming one of Utah’s best pitchers. Photo By BOB OTTO

QUAD CITIED, IA/IL – The Roseville (Calif.) Eagles are sitting in a comfortable spot, undefeated and awaiting in the championship ring as the Bedford, Penn. Rays and Stoneyard of Madison, Wisc. do battle in the losers’ bracket final.

The winner will take on the Eagles at 1:15 p.m. to decide the A-Division World Series title.

The Eagles defeated the Rays Saturday night, 5-4, in 11 innings, and now have a 5-0 record in the 36-team tournament.

Stoneyard (4-1) beat Salt Lake Page Brake 7-0 Sunday morning to advance. Page Brake, managed by Steve Black, finished fourth in the tournament with a 3-2 record.

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