Tony McGuireSports Editor
May 20, 2013
The Perry County Central Commodores closed out their season last week with the Powell County Pirates. The Commodores held the lead early, but could not close the deal, falling 4-2.
Perry Central managed to take the early lead with a run in the second inning. Nathan Pray got aboard with a hit, and promptly stole second. Pray would later score on a hit by Austin Neace.
Powell County answered with a pair of runs to take the 2-1 lead. The Commodores would tie the game in the bottom of the frame.
Derrick Luttrell led off with a double, and moved to third on a pass ball. Luttrell then crossed the plate when Tanner Collins grounded out to second. The Commodores would give up a pair of runs, and the game, late, falling 4-2.
*** no stats were provided for this game.