Elliot Bouchier's two singles delivered 4 of the Brewers 5 runs in their 5-4 victory. With Monday nights win the Brewers earn their league's number one seed and will play the Penn Valley Cubs on Fathers Day.
The game did not start the way Bear River would have hoped as the Angels hung three runs 3 in their first at bat while the Yankees were held scoreless but did get two runners aboard one by error and one by way of a walk. The score was 3-0 Grass Valley at the end of 1.
Cole Winter started on the bump for The Brew Crew led and held the Angels scoreless in the second inning. In the bottom half of the frame Winter walked followed by a Dylan Scott double which moved the runners to second and third with one out. Bouchier answered with a single to right which scored both base runners. He later scored on an errant throw to knot the game at 3-3.
Bouchier was called to the bump in the top of the third for Bear River and he held Grass Valley scoreless as did the Angels.
Bouchier found himself in a jam with bases loaded with two outs in the 4th but he struck out the final batter of the inning giving up no runs.
In the fifth frame the Angles picked up a walk as well as hit the ball off Boucheir so Josiah Cregar was called to slow down the surging Grass Valley team. Cregar faced the meat to the Angels order with a runner on second and 3-0 count to the batter who later he walked still trailing 4-3. The runners moved to second and third on a wild pitch but Cregar gave them a heathy dose of heat getting his team out of the inning with out giving up more runs.
The Brewers took the lead when Bouchier singled driving home two to take a 5-4.
Cregar was called back to the hill where he had a strikeout as well as two ground outs in the win.