World Series Game 4: Newts Keep Hope Alive, Force Game 5 after 14-12 Win


World Series Game 4 Final: New Carlisle, 14 Maple City, 12 (Magic lead series 3-1)

NEW CARLISLE- The New Carlisle Newts staved avoided elimination and kept their hopes at repeating as ORWBL Champions alive following a 14-12 bounce back victory over the Magic.

The New Carlisle bats who had been struggling to get in a groove all series woke up behind the leadership of Scott Soos, Garrett Curless, and Noah Shail.

The Newts finally started to have their way with Magic pitcher Wes Ellis as a mid game Newts power surge was enough to lead the Newts to their first win in the 2017 World Series.

Despite having their backs up against the walls, the veterans over at New Carlisle seemed to embrace their situation and this was the New Carlisle performance that we have seemed to get used to come August Wiffleball.

This was the first game in which the Maple City Magic have played in a potential World Series clincher in the 7 year team history.

After losing the previous 2 World Series match ups with the Newts, the Magic head into Game 5 anxious to win the World Series as they would certainly love to avoid having to go back to Magic Park for a Game 6.

They will look to try it again in Game 5 as Maple City hopes to become just the 6th ORWBL franchise in league history to win a World Series title.

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