Gyeongbuk High School, the team that won the most high school baseball national championships, embraced the blue dragon flag 30 years after Lee Seung-yeop (47) coached the Doosan Bears. It is also the first time in eight years since winning the national championship in 2015.온라인바카라

Gyeongbuk High School defeated Water Vault 4-1 in the final of the 78th Cheongryonggi National High School Baseball Championship and Weekend League Wangjungwangjeon held at Mokdong Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the 27th to reach the top of the Blue Dragon Flag.

It is the 22nd national championship and the 8th Blue Dragon Flag championship. As the 8th team in the Blue Dragon Steamship, they followed Gyeongnam High School (9 times), the most winning team in the competition. Gyeongbuk High School, which faced a period of stagnation in the 2000s, showed signs of revival by winning the 2015 Phoenix Cup, the 2016 Presidential Cup semifinals, and the 2019 Association Janggi (now E-Mart Cup) semifinals.

Starting pitcher Lee Seung-heon’s outstanding crisis management ability and the concentration of the batting line in scoring range stood out. Lee Seung-heon threw 104 pitches up to the 7th inning and became the winning pitcher with 7 hits, 3 walks, 5 strikeouts and no runs in 7 innings.

Meanwhile, the pride of Yangsan, Gyeongsangnam-do, and the miracle of the water safe, were thwarted on the verge of winning. In this tournament, the water safe got the nickname ‘Miracle Water Gold’ thanks to the cohesive lineup that explodes out of control once it explodes, centering on the captain, Min-seo, despite its relatively weak power. In the round of 16, he overcame his inferiority by 10 points to Masan High School and used a 14-12 double electrode. In the semifinals, they won 13-5 in a matchup with Gyeonggi Commercial High School, the first team to advance to the semifinals, and enjoyed the joy of advancing to the finals of the national competition.

However, as the batting line they believed failed to explode in scoring range, the water safe had to be satisfied with the achievement of advancing to the finals of the first national competition in its foundation. Founded in 2015, the best performance in the national competition was the 2020 Blue Dragon Ki quarterfinals before this competition. Bae Kang-hyeon, starting pitcher for the water vault, was responsible for 8 innings (102 pitches) alone, with 7 hits, 3 walks, 6 strikeouts and 4 runs (3 earned), but he suffered the pain of defeat as he was not supported for scoring.
July 27 Water Safe VS Gyeongbuk High School Starting Lineup

Minseo Gong (middle fielder, junior) – Kang Do-kyung (shortstop, junior) – Ko Seung-hyeon (left fielder, junior) – Kim Ki-hwan (designated hitter, sophomore) – Kim Woo-seong (catcher, sophomore) – Ko Dong-jae (right fielder, sophomore) 2nd year) – Lee Seung-ju (2nd baseman, 2nd year) – Lee Jae-hwan (1st baseman, 1st year) – Kim Jun-young (3rd baseman, 1st year) formed the batting line. The selection was Bae Kang-hyeon, a right-hander in the third grade.

Gyeongbuk High School: Kim Se-hoon (shortstop, junior) – Park Gwan-woo (left fielder, junior) – Lim Jong-seong (third baseman, junior) – Jeon Mir (designated hitter, junior) – Lee Seung-hyeon (catcher, junior) – Kim Woo-hyeok (first baseman, junior) 2nd year) – Ahn Jung-hwan (right fielder, 3rd year) – Park Hyun-hoo (2nd baseman, 2nd year) – Park Gun-woo (center fielder, 3rd year) The pitcher is third-year right-hander Lee Seung-heon.

At Gyeongbuk High School, ace Jeon Mir, Park Gyeong-do, and Kim Byung-jun cannot pitch. In the water safe, 1st grader Jo Dong-hui, who led the water safe to advance to the finals with a good pitching in 7 innings (105 pitches) and 4 runs (2 earned runs) in the semifinal match against Gyeonggi Commercial High School, cannot participate due to the number of pitches.

The key players of both teams are Gong Min-seo, the captain of the water vault, and Jeon Mi-ra, ‘Otani Shohei of Gyeongbuk High School’. Gong Min-seo led the water vault to the miraculous finals with a batting average of 0.588 (10 hits in 17 at-bats) and 7 RBIs in this tournament. Jeon Mi-re, who showed excellent skills in both pitching and hitting, concentrates on batting as the number 4 designated hitter. As a Jeon Mir hitter, he had a batting average of 0.182 (2 hits in 11 at-bats), 2 RBIs, 6 walks (2 intentional pitches), while receiving intensive checks from the mound, with 13 scoreless innings on the mound, 6 walks (3 walks, 3 balls hit by the body) and 15 strikeouts, Gyeongbuk High School advanced to the finals. led
‘Gyeongbuk High School Ohtani’ Jeon Mir, 4th, 2 RBIs as the designated hitter, exploding in a timely manner… Starter Lee Seung-heon is KK at every scoring crisis

Gyeongbuk High School starting pitcher Lee Seung-heon strikes out water safe Kim Joon-yeong in the top of the 2nd inning of the 78th Blue Dragon National High School Baseball Championship and Weekend League King of Kings Finals held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 27th and rejoices with open arms.

Jeon Mi-re of Gyeongbuk High School hits a timely hit with 2 RBIs in the first inning at the end of the 1st inning of the 78th Cheongryonggi National High School Baseball Championship and weekend league Wangjungwangjeon held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul.

The atmosphere in the beginning was led by Gyeongbuk High School. In the bottom of the first inning, Kim Se-hoon and Park Gwan-woo went on base with walks, and Lim Jong-seong made a chance to run 2nd and 3rd base with a bunt to send. Here, Gyeongbuk High School took the lead as Jeon Mi-re scored two RBIs and timely hits in the clean middle game.

In the bottom of the second inning, lead batter Ahn Jung-hwan went on base with a heavy hit, and Park Kun-woo hit a double that brushed next to the first baseman to make it one out, second and third base. As Kim Se-hoon sent the ball far to the left fielder, Gyeongbuk High School took a 3-0 lead, with the runner on third base home.

Gyeongbuk High School, which took a break without scoring in the 3rd inning, scored a lucky goal in the 4th inning. Ahn Jeong-hwan’s walk on base and Park Hun-hu’s send-off bunt made the ball thrown by Kim Se-hoon at second base, and the left fielder failed to catch it properly. As Ahn Jung-hwan, who was on second base, stepped on the home run, Gyeongbuk High School widened the score to 4-0.

On the other hand, the lineup of the water vault, which was like an active volcano with 13 points in the previous game, seldom exploded. Gyeongbuk High School starting pitcher Lee Seung-heon stood out for his ability to manage crises. In the first inning, Kim Do-gyeong and Kim Ki-hwan succeeded in getting on base with hits, but Lee Seung-heon struck out Kim Woo-sung on a swing with a slider at 124 km/h.

In the beginning of the second inning, lead batter Koh Dong-jae reached base with a hit ball, Lee Seung-joo’s bunt, and Lee Jae-hwan’s second baseman grounded to third base. However, Lee Seung-heon once again turned Kim Joon-young into a swing strikeout with a slider falling at 123 km/h.

The match between Lee Seung-heon and Kim Joon-young in the beginning of the 4th inning was the highlight. Kim Joon-young persistently cut the ball against Lee Seung-heon, who gave Lee Seung-joo a walk and Lee Jae-hwan a right-handed hit after two outs. However, the water vault missed the chance to pursue as he retired with a floated ball to right field after 7 pitches. In the top of the 5th inning, Gong Min-seo pulled out a double that hit the right wall directly, but failed to hit home due to a follow-up hit.
The hit line that did not explode in the end, the run of the ‘Miracle’ Mulgeum is here… Kyungbuk High School, 30 years after coach Lee Seung-yeop, conquers the Blue Dragon

Gyeongbuk High School starting pitcher Lee Seung-heon (center) is encouraged by his teammates after pitching 7 scoreless innings in the final match of the 78th Cheongryonggi National High School Baseball Championship and Weekend League Wangjungwangjeon held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 27th.

Bae Kang-hyeon, starting pitcher for water vault, descends the mound in the final match of the 78th Cheongryonggi National High School Baseball Championship and weekend league match held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 27th.

The game, which was losing by 10 points until the 3rd inning, was overturned (14-12 win against Masan Classic in the round of 16), so tension was maintained until the end even with a 4-point gap.

However, pitcher Lee Seung-heon of Gyeongbuk High School shone. In the top of the 6th inning, Lee Seung-heon was put in danger with 1 out, 1st and 3rd base due to a throw error following a catch miss by the shortstop at 1 out 1 base. However, he struck out Lee Jae-hwan and Kim Joon-young consecutively with no swings, finishing the game without conceding. Even at the beginning of the 7th inning, Lee Seung-heon allowed Gong Min-seo a heavy hit and Ko Seung-hyun to steal second base following a heavy hit, putting him in a 1 out 1st and 3rd base crisis, but Kim Ki-hwan struck out on a swing with a curve with a large drop, and Kim Woo-seong handled a grounder at third base. While doing it, I put the water safe and the other line to sleep. There was a stark contrast between Lee Seung-heon roaring and the water safe batters bowing their heads. Lee Seung-heon threw 104 pitches up to the 7th inning and achieved a quality start plus (7 innings or more, 3 earned runs or less) with 7 hits, 3 walks, 5 strikeouts and no runs in 7 innings, and was replaced by Park Sung-hoon and went down the mound.

The water vault was able to score his first run only after Lee Seung-heon went down. In the top of the 8th inning, Lee Seung-joo went to base with a straight walk, and Lee Jae-hwan’s sacrifice bunt missed the third baseman’s throw to first base, creating chances for 1 out and 1st and 2nd base. When even Kim Joon-young walked and the bases were loaded with one out, Gyeongbuk High School put Park Gwan-woo, who started as a left fielder, on the mound. Park Gwan-woo was replaced by Jeon Mi-re, who played as the designated hitter.

Gong Min-seo made up for a point by getting a walk, but Kang Do-gyeong struck out with a straight ball to the body, and Ko Seung-hyun withdrew with a ball that landed in center field, failing to score an additional point. Even in the ninth inning, Kim Woo-hyeok went on base with a heavy hit, but as the follow-up hit did not occur, the run of the ‘Miracle Mulgeum’ was frustrated at the threshold of winning.

Gyeongbuk High School launched a signal of rebuilding its reputation by winning the Blue Dragon Flag 30 years after head coach Lee Seung-yeop won the championship in 1993 when he was a sophomore.

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