St. Joseph has made the crooked number special a trademark this baseball season. The Bruins delivered again Thursday night.
The home team trailed Perry Central 2-1 entering the 4th inning. St. Joe scored ELEVEN runs in the frame to take the lead and put Game 1 out of reach. They won 12-2 in Game 1 of the MHSAA 2A South State Championship.
2A SOUTH STATE: St. Joseph trailed 2-1 entering the 4th. Bruins had an inning so big they ran out of room at the D.M. Howie Field scoreboard.— Chris Hudgison (@ChrisHudgison) May 11, 2018
ELEVEN runs score, they lead Perry Central 12-2 heading to 5th pic.twitter.com/gSvbQXMMDt
The Bruins can punch their ticket to Trustmark Park with a win Friday in Game 2.
MHSAA State Baseball Playoffs
5A North State Championship: Lewisburg 4, Ridgeland 0
- Titans trail series 1-0
4A North State Championship: New Hope 9, Kosciusko 7
- Whippets trail series 1-0
3A South State Championship: Seminary 11, St. Andrew's 1
- Saints trail series 1-0
2A South State Championship: St. Joseph 12, Perry Central 2
- Bruins lead series 1-0
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