Sealth pitcher Nic Layton holds an Ingraham runner on first base in the first inning during their 2012 playoff game May 10, at Mel Olsen field in Steve Cox Park in White Center. CLICK THE PHOTO ABOVE TO SEE MORE.
SLIDESHOW: Sealth Seahawks defeat Ingraham Rams 3-2
It all came down to the bottom of the seventh inning with one out and the bases loaded.
Before the inning started with the score tied at two, the Seahawks got together and fired themselves up by exclaiming they were not ready to turn in their uniforms.
Ingraham began the inning by walking the first batter and two pitches latter a slap single past the Rams shortstop put the winning run on second base.
The next Sealth batter faked a bunt that got by the catcher allowing both base runners to advance to second and third. The Rams walked the next batter loading the bases bringing outfielder Maximus Sarver to the plate.
Ingraham pulled starting pitcher Nic Layton and brought in Ryan Korling in the hopes of getting out of the inning but Maximus Sarver had other ideas, bashing Korling's pitch deep into left center field to drive in the winning run.
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