From the first pitch. A thrilling home run by the opponent’s ace, a Masango that caught even a Busan Go… ‘Patience + romance itself’

A sharp turn of the bat from the first pitch and a hard-hit ball that flew over the left field fence.

Masango’s Park Hyun-woo hit a solo home run against Busan Go’s ace Won Sang-hyun, cementing Masango’s victory.

Masango won 5-2 in the round of 32 against Busan High School in the 78th Cheongnyonggi High School Baseball on Sunday at Mokdong Baseball Stadium.

Masango’s momentum was frightening after defeating the favorite Deoksugo in the first inning. Masango took the lead in the top of the first inning when leadoff hitter Yang Jae-min advanced on a walk and then scored on a sacrifice bunt by Park Hyun-woo. In the bottom of the first inning, Lee Jung-yoon hit an RBI double, and in the bottom of the fourth inning, with runners on first and second, Lee Jae-won’s grounder to first base went behind the plate, allowing two runners to cross home plate to make the score 3-0.메이저사이트

Two feet on home plate!
Trailing 0-3 in the bottom of the seventh inning, Busan Go sent their ace Won Sang-hyun to the mound to prevent any more runs.

Park Hyun-woo led off the inning with a solo home run over the left field fence. After hitting the home run, Park ran around the bases, jumped up and down, stomped on home plate with both feet, and raised his hands in celebration.

This is the best feeling!

His first home run of the season!
It was all the romance and grit of high school baseball. His Masango teammates welcomed him to the dugout, cheering him on as he made his triumphant return, and fought to the end to secure the victory.

Masango teammates welcoming Park Hyun-woo to the dugout

After Deoksugo, Masango takes down Busan, advancing to the round of 16 in the Cheongryonggi
The game ended with a 5-2 Masango victory. Masango made waves by defeating the favorites after Deoksugo and Busan Go.

After the game, the players of both teams gathered in the middle of the field and exchanged greetings.

Their faces were not filled with pride, but with encouragement and support for each other, who gave their all on the field and did their best.