"We didn't quit. We hung in there and we pulled them together after the seventh innning and said we couldn't think of a better scenario. Want to be down by five right now we got to learn how to win during the last three innings and figure out a way to score five to six runs and get ourselves back in the ball game.
"Our kids believed it in. And we made some good defensive plays and got some good pitching performances out of Cruz and Hinson at the end of the game to keep it at five."
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