Cumberland Times-News


April 5, 2014

ACM routs Dundalk to get twinbill split

CUMBERLAND  — Allegany College of Maryland scored nine runs in the second inning to hammer Dundalk 16-5 and split a doubleheader with the Lions Saturday at home in Maryland JUCO baseball.

Tanner Klein and Rey Adames each batted in four runs on three hits as the Trojans had a total of 15 hits in five innings. Allegany (7-13, 4-5 MDJUCO), who lost 2-1 in the opener, managed only two hits in eight at bats.

In the second game, Dundalk scored twice in the top of the first, but the Trojans matched that in the bottom of the inning and went ahead with the nine-run outburst in the second to take an 11-2 lead. They scored four more runs in the fourth after getting a run in the third to continue to pull ahead.

Besides Adames and Klein getting eight RBIs, Raymond Adames drove in two runs with three hits and Corey Shroyer had two RBIs on two singles.

Cody Malone added a solo home run in the third inning for ACM.

Tanner Perow struck out eight in four inngs to earn the win.

Dylan Wormer fanned 10 and allowed one earned run for Allegany in the opener, but was saddled with the loss after Dundalk scored an unearned run in the eighth.

Xavier Barrie had a double and scored a run for the Lions, and Klein drove in the Trojans’ only run.

Allegany plays a single game with Garrett at home, 3 o’clock, on Wednesday.

Frostburg State    7    20

PSU Harrisburg    1      1

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. — Frostburg State’s offense woke up just in time in the first game, and the Bobcats dominated the second, in a doubleheader sweep of Penn State Harrisburg.

Austin Poretz threw seven strong innings in the opener, but the Bobcats (18-5, 8-3 Capital Athletic Conference) trailed 1-0 through six innings. They took the lead with a pair of runs in the seventh, then scored five times in the eighth to seal it.

Dylan Shupe and Zach Keeler had RBI singles in the FSU seventh. Ricky Brady’s two-run single was the big hit in the five-run eighth.

The Lions (4-20, 1-11) led 1-0 early in game two until FSU tied it with a run in the third and went ahead for good with a four-run sixth, the big blow being a two-run homer by Rob Jennings.

Ryan Callahan (1-0) got the win, allowing five hits and a run while striking out six in seven innings.

Kevin Kean finished the day 4 for 9 with three RBIs and three runs scored and Brady was 4 for 8 with two RBIs for FSU.

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