Haverford falls in Centennial Conference championship to Johns Hopkins

Ethan Lee-Tyson collected two hits for Haverford
Haverford pieced together an outstanding run in the Centennial Conference, but unfortunately, things came to an end on Monday as Johns Hopkins beat the Fords in the conference championship, 11-1.

Ethan Lee-Tyson collected two of the Fords' six hits in the loss. He also drove in their lone run.

Trailing Johns Hopkins 1-0 entering the third inning, things quickly deteriorated as the Blue Jays offense erupted for seven runs and never looked back.

Fords starter Andrew Johnson tossed just two innings, surrendering six runs on six hits. He walked a pair and struck out three.

For the 13th time in program history, and the eighth time in the last 10 years, the Fords finished with 20 wins.

The senior class of Austin Castellanos, Luke Duris, Daniel Joffe, Sam Partee, Nick Perez, Tom Phillips, Jared Turner, and Lee-Tyson notched 85 wins over the last four seasons and earned three trips to the Centennial Conference tournament, taking a conference title in 2016.
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BY PATRICK GORDON
Managing Editor
pgordon@philadelphiabaseballreview.com

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