What records did Gwangju Il High School, Daegu Sangwon High School, Bae Jae High School, and Sunrin Internet High School leave in the Golden Lion?

Busan High School and Segwang will face off in the round of 16 of the 77th Golden Lion National High School Baseball Championship and Weekend League Wangjungwangjeon at Mokdong Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the 22nd.

Busan High School is in a state of betting (all-in) on the golden lion this year.

Founded in 1947,메이저사이트 Busan High School has won the Presidential Cup 6 times, the Phoenix 4 times, and the Blue Dragon 3 times, which are considered one of the 4 major competitions along with the Golden Lion, but there is no record of winning the Golden Lion yet.

Segogo also has a reason to beat Busan High School.

This is because after winning 9-7 in the round of 16 in the 2003 Bonghwanggi, he lost three times to Busan High School in the national competition.

So, if Segogo wins on this day, it will defeat Busan High School in 20 years.

In the 77th Golden Lion Round of 16, Daegu High School Lee Ho-jun (middle) tags Daegu High School Son Woo-hyun. Sports Donga Reporter Kim Min-seong marineboy@donga.com
The four major high school baseball tournaments, including the Golden Lion, are held in a tournament format, so there are few opportunities for teams to face each other.

So, even in one competition, there are not a few records of ‘first time in n years’.

For example, Daegu Sangwon High School (formerly Daegu Commercial High School), founded in 1928, and Daegu High School, which started appearing in national competitions in 1977, faced off against each other for the first time in the round of 16 of this year’s competition.

These two schools have experienced head-to-head twice in the phoenix, but have yet to face off in the presidential boat and the blue dragon.

In this game, Daegu Sangwon High School won 3-1 and advanced to the quarterfinals to face Gwangju Ilgo on the 23rd.

The moment when Song Jin-hyeong (left) scored during the match between Gwangju Il High School and Chungam High School in the round of 16 of the 77th Golden Lion. Reporter Ahn Cheol-min acm08@donga.com
Gwangju Ilgo also left a record by destroying Chungam High School, the candidate for the championship, 3-2 in the round of 16.

This game was the first time Gwangju Il High School defeated Chungam High School in Mokdong Baseball Stadium, which can be called the ’21st century Dongdaemun Baseball Stadium’.

In fact, the two teams played in Mokdong only once in the quarterfinals of the 2009 Presidential Cup (Chungam High School won 4-1).

This is the second time in the 21st century that Gwangju Ilgo and Daegu Sangwon High School will face each other in the four major competitions.

In the last match, last year’s Blue Dragon Round of 16, Daegu Sangwon High School won 7-0 (seventh cold game).

Sunrin Internet High School baseball team players who competed in the 77th Golden Lion.
The winner of the Gwangju Ilgo-Daegu Sangwon High School match will face the winner of the Seoul High-Seonrin Internet High School match in the semifinals.

Sunrin Internet High School won the 7th cold game, 15-8, against Shinil High School in the second round (round of 32) of this tournament.

This is also the first time that Sunrin Internet High School defeated Shinil High School in the Golden Lion.

Sunrin Internet High School met Shinil High School three times, starting with the 1976 final (0-2), the second round (2-10) in 1981, and the first round (1-6) in 2010, losing all three times.

Even if the scope is expanded to the four major tournaments, it is the first head-to-head victory since the second round (5-4) of the 1986 Presidential Cup.

The scene of the match between Baejae High School and Gwangju Dongseong High School in the 77th Golden Lion 2nd round. youtube screen capture
Baejae High School also recorded its first record by defeating Gwangju Dongseong High School 15-7 in the second round of the tournament (round of 32).

It is also the first time since 1971, when high school baseball was established, that Bae Jae High recorded a victory over Gwangju Dongseong High School in the Golden Lion.

This is the first time in 33 years since an 8-4 victory in the first round of the 1990 Bonghwanggi in all four major tournaments.

Gwangju Dongseong High School had been using the school name Gwangju Commercial High School until then, so this is the first time that Bae Jae High School has beaten a school called Gwangju Dongseong High School.

Bae Jae-go will face the winner of the Busan High-Saewang game in the quarterfinals.

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