3rd day of the 75th Autumn Kanto District High School Baseball Kanto (25th Saitama) Four quarter-final games was held on the third day of the high school baseball autumn Kanto tournament, which will be important information to decide which schools will participate in next spring’s Senbatsu. 15 schools will participate, and the number of senbatsu slots in the Kanto region will increase by 1 next spring, making it 5 slots.
High School Baseball Kanto Kendai Takasaki won in the 8th inning and defeated Yokohama, Sendai Matsudo reversed in the 8th inning and won, Yamanashi Gakuin won the cold, and Keio defeated Saitama No. 1 Shohei. No. 6, Katsuji Kiyohara (1st year), whose father is Kazuhiro Kiyohara, has no hits in 4 at-bats.
High School Baseball Kanto Kendai Takasaki (1st in Gunma) 5-2 Yokohama (1st in Kanagawa)
*Kendai Takasaki scored first with Yokohama’s left-handed starting pitcher Sugiyama in the first inning with no outs from first and third base to third and Horie’s sacrifice jump. In the 5th inning with 1 out, No. 1 Handa hit a solo home run, but behind it the score was tied at 2-2. In the 8th inning, with 3 hits, the bases loaded with 1 death, and No. 7 and Hakoyama’s 3-point double-doubled to win. Ace right-hander Kodama hit 2 points in a timely manner from the bases loaded without death in the 5th inning, but suppressed the following and completed the 9th inning with 6 hits and 2 runs.
High School Baseball Kanto Sendai Matsudo (Chiba 1st) 4-3 Saku Shin Gakuin (Tochigi 1st)
*In the 7th inning, Sendai Matsudo was 1-3 with 2 outs and 1st and 2nd bases, the 2nd batter, Shimizu, went over the right and hit a 2-point timely triple. When the left arm, Tsubasa Watanabe, took the lead in the 1st inning, Ace Hirano pitched as the second person in the 3rd inning with 1 death and 1 and 2 bases, leading to victory with a good relief of 2 hits and 2 runs.
High School Baseball Kanto Keio (Kanagawa 2nd) 7-3 Shohei (Saitama 1st)
*Keio scored 1 point in the 2nd inning immediately after scoring 1 run from 3rd base with 1st out. did. In the 3rd inning, Fukui’s 3-run home run over the left from the 1st and 2nd bases with no deaths extended the lead, and in the 9th inning, Fukui added 1 run with a timely double from 2nd base with 2 outs. No. 6, Katsuji Kiyohara (1st year), who has Kazuhiro Kiyohara as his father, has no hits in 4 at-bats, including sacrifice hits, three grounders, three grounders, double plays, and catches. The starting pitcher’s uniform number “10” 1st-grade right arm, Koya, took 9 innings, 120 balls, and 16 hits, but completed the game with 3 runs.
High School Baseball Kanto Yamanashi Gakuin (Yamanashi 1st)) 9-1 Yamamura Gakuen (Saitama 3rd) 8 innings cold
*Yamanashi Gakuin takes the lead in the 2nd inning from 1st base with 2 outs to the 8th, Hayashi’s timely double, and in the 6th inning, Hayashi hits 2nd base with 2 outs. In the 7th inning, the bases were loaded with 2 deaths, and in the 6th, Omori’s runner was wiped out. Starting pitcher Hayashi allowed 4 hits and 1 run until 2 outs in the 8th inning, and Hoshino finished the game.
High School Baseball Kanto Kendai Takasaki (1st in Gunma) – Yamanashi Academy (1st in Yamanashi)
◆ College Matsudo (Chiba 1st)-Keio (Kanagawa 2nd)
High School Baseball Kanto Next spring, the senbatsu tournament at Koshien will be the 95th-anniversary tournament, so the selection quota for the “general quota” will increase by 4 schools from the usual year, and 36 schools will participate. The number of schools by the district for the general election is Hokkaido 1, Tohoku 3, Kanto / Tokyo 7 (Kanto 5, Tokyo 1, remaining 1), Tokai 3, Hokushinetsu 2, Kinki 6, Chugoku / Shikoku 6 (Chugoku 2, Shikoku 3) , rest 1), Kyushu 4. The remaining school in Kanto/Tokyo and Chugoku/Shikoku will be decided by comparing target schools in both areas.
Of the 4 districts with increased quotas, Tohoku 2 → 3, Kanto 4 → 5, Tokai 2 → 3, and Shikoku 2 → 3 increased by one. Tohoku has increased quotas in accordance with the minimum requirement of allocating one quota per two prefectures, and the other three districts have increased quotas based on the results of the past 10 tournaments, excluding the canceled 2020 tournament.
The 3 schools in the “21st-century frame”, which are targeted at schools that have overcome difficult situations and achieved good results, and 1 frame given to the district that won the Meiji-Jingu Games, are the same as in previous years.
The Senbatsu will start on March 18th next year, and will be held for 14 days, with a rest day on the 2nd, the day after the quarterfinals and semifinals High School Baseball Kanto
The selection committee to decide the participating schools will be held on January 27th next year, and the combination lottery will be held on March 10th.
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