Ohio vs. Texas Part 2 ends in tie at wood bat tournament in Kenai

Posted by Van Williams, ALB Media Director | Jul 10, 2012

Two days ago, Trevor Harlos of Castroville [Texas] scored the winning run.

Today he hit a game-tying home run.

Next he might want to move here.

Harlos crushed a three-run home run in the seventh inning to help Castroville tie Strongsville [Ohio] 3-3 in the first round of the Bill Miller Big Fish Tournament in Kenai.

The teams played an extra inning, but the game was eventually called because of the 2-hour, 15-minute time limit.

Just two days ago, Harlos keyed a 7-6 win over Strongsville in the championship game of the Todd Ryan Memorial Tournament in Wasilla when he led off the seventh inning with a double, stole third base and scored on a walk-off base hit.

These tournaments are part of the Alaska Airlines Tournament Tour series, culminating with the BP Invitational July 13-14-15 at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage.

Tuesday's Bill Miller Tournament Scores

Castroville [Texas] 3, Strongsville [Ohio] 3

Columbia [Tenn.] 4, Eagle River 1

Strongsville [Ohio] 8, East 3

Kenai vs. Eagle River, 4 PM

East vs. Castroville [Texas], 5 PM

Columbia [Tenn.] vs. Kenai, 7 PM