The Lookouts fought hard into extra innings against the Biscuits but weren't able to close the curtain on the win in the end.
The game started out rough for the starting pitcher of the Lookouts, Zach Lee, who allowed for two runs for the Biscuits in the first inning. Lee stayed in the game for six innings and struck out four batters along with walking two.
With two runs on the board in the first inning for Montgomery, it looked like it was going to be a long night for the Lookouts.
But Chattanooga fought back taking the lead in the third inning with a single homer by J.T. Wise in the second and a single fly ball to center field in the third hit by Wise to bring in two runs.
Chattanooga's last run of the game put them ahead for only the inning when Angelo Songco hit a ball into left field and brought in Bobby Coyle for the 4-3 lead.
Montgomery fought back in the last two innings earning themselves the 5-4 win over the Chattanooga Lookouts.
Lookouts Can't Toss Biscuits
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