American Legion World Series Photos: Hopewell Post 339 vs. Arkansas

Dylan Joyce of Hopewell, Post 339 pitches in the late innings of game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.
Aaron Orender of Bryant, Ark., Post 298 grabs the ball at full stretch while William Karp of Hopewell Post 339 arrives at first base during game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday in Shelby, N.C.. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.
Cameron Cane of Hopewell, Post 339 bunts his way to first base during game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.
Cameron Cane of Hopewell, N.J., Post 339 catches a fly ball during game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.
Seth Tucker of Bryant, Ark., Post 298 throws to first over a sliding William Karp of Hopewell Post 339 during game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.
Sam Margulis of Hopewell, Post 339 beats Aaron Orender of Bryant, Ark., Post 298 to first base during game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.
Sam Margulis of Hopewell Post 339 beats Aaron Orender of Bryant, Ark., Post 298 to first base during game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday in Shelby, N.C.. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.
Jake East of Bryant, Ark., Post 298 slides safely into home as Bryant, Ark., Post 298 defeats Hopewell Post 339 7-4 in game 7 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday, August 12, 2017 in Shelby, N.C.. Photo by Lucas Carter/The American Legion.

Bryant, Arkansas Post 298 had three solo home runs in a 7-4 win over Hopewell Post 339 in Game 7 of the American Legion World Series on Saturday.

The Arkansas team scored a run in the top of the first inning. Hopewell’s Cam Cane then hit a single in the bottom of the first. Will Karp and Sam Margulis scored, putting Hopewell up 2-1.

A passed ball and sacrifice bunt in the top of the second inning put Arkansas back up 3-2, and then a solo home run in the fourth put Arkansas ahead 4-2.

After Hopewell scored twice in the bottom of the fourth to tie the game, two Arkansas players hit solo home runs in the fifth to make the score 6-4. Arkansas scored its last run in the seventh inning.

Arkansas will face North Carolina in the final game of pool play Sunday night, while Hopewell will meets Idaho in Game 11.

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