By, Zack Smolen
Leesburg, FL – It was a virtual David versus Goliath matchup Tuesday night at Pat Thomas Stadium with the Seminole County Snappers (2-4-1) entering the contest in last place against the league-leading Leesburg Lighting (8-3), and like the story, it was the underdog who came out on top as the Snappers knocked Leesburg down by a final score of 6-1. The Seminole County pitchers quieted the Lightning bats that had powered their team to two straight victories in their Saturday and Monday contests.
Connor Harris (George Washington) took center stage for his team, dazzling opposing batters with his arsenal over his two innings of work. He earned the win on the strength of his four strikeouts and while surrendering just a single hit and zero runs.
Prior to Harris’s appearance, Dylan Ross (Eastern Kentucky) set the tone for the ballgame, spinning together three shutout innings while scattering a pair of hits, allowing a walk and striking out four Lightning...