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Aces double up Colts

August 19, 2007 - United League Baseball (ULB) - Alexandria Aces News Release

San Angelo, TX Sunday August 19, 2007- The Alexandria Aces pounded out 14 hits tonight and defeated the San Angelo Coltss and by the score of 8-4 in front of 4,006 fans at Foster Field.

Charlie Foster worked 2.1 innings, allowing two hits and no runs to pick up the win in relief. Foster (3-0) came in relief of Brian Bunyan, who worked only 2.0 innings, allowing three runs on five hits, while walking none and striking out three. Juan Carlos Ovalles did an outstanding job in his 2.2 innings, allowing onr run on three hits, while striking out four. Justin Dowdy had a dominating perfromance to end the regular season, going 2.0 innings, striking out five and only allowing one ball to be put in play.

Tyrone Pendergrass was 3-for-4 with two run scored and a run battedin and three stolen bases to lead the Aces and their 14 hit attack. Bryan Sabatella was 3-for-5 with a run scored and a run driven in. Evan Cherry and Luis Guance also added multiple hit games with Cherry going 2-for-4 performance with two run scored and a run driven in. Luis Guance was 2-for-5 with a run scored as well. Selwyn Langaigne, Eddie Fitzpatrick, Josh Tranum, and Palmer Karr added hits for the Aces.

Matt Duff (8-6) took the loss, in his last professional game of his career, going 3.2 innings, allowing five runs on six hits, while walking three and striking out one.Three Colts worked the final 5.1 innings, allowing eight hits and three runs.

The Aces end the regular season with the best second half record at 33-13 and the best overall record at 60-35.

The Aces await the championship series with the Rio Grande WhiteWings starting Friday August 24th.

Next home game:Monday August 20, 2007. The Daiquiri Zone Margarita Monday.

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