Cumberland Times-News


April 21, 2014

Allegany, Garrett split twinbills

CUMBERLAND — After committing six errors in the opener and losing despite out-hitting Montgomery, Allegany College regrouped and played mistake-free ball in the second game to earn a split with the Raptors in a Maryland JUCO baseball doubleheader Monday at The Rock.

The Trojans had 10 hits to Montgomery’s three during the icebreaker, but the Raptors took advantage of ACM’s half dozen miscues to score six unearned runs in a 6-3 win. Adam Frye held Montgomery to four hits and a run as the Trojans countered with a 4-1 win in the second game.

Rey Adames and Raymond Adames had two hits apiece for the Trojans in the three-run win. Raymond had a double and a single and Rey a pair of singles as Allegany finished with nine hits. David Ormsby added two singles.

Frye had seven strikeouts and walked two in the complete game.

Jeff Morgan and Tanner Klein had a pair of hits for the Trojans in the early game, but Montgomery took the lead by scoring four runs in the top of the seventh and ACM couldn’t answer in the bottom for the three-run loss.

Dylan Wormer and Alex Beiler had RBI singles.

Allegany (12-20) plays the West Virginia Wesleyan jayvees at home today in a 1 o’clock doubleheader.

Garrett    10    12

Hagerstown    1    13

MCHENRY — Garrett put up a furious comeback attempt during the seventh nning, scoring six times and getting the tying run to third, before a long fly ball ended the Lakers chances and enabled Hagerstown to split their Maryland JUCO twinbill.

The Lakers pounded out 11 hits in a 10-1 win in the opener before the Hawks had 16 hits while holding off Garrett for a 13-12 victory in the nitecap.

Hagerstown was able to get out to a 10-0 lead with the aid of six errors by the Lakers, but Garrett put up a six-spot in the fifth to make the Hawks sweat.

Hagerstown added two runs in the sixth and another in the seventh before the Lakers made some waves in the seventh. They had already scored three times when Connor Archer came to bat with the bases loaded and two outs. Archer hit a double off of the glove of a leaping centerfielder to clear the bases, and advanced to third on a wild pitch. Joey Johnson, who had three hits in the opener, got a good swing on a ball he was able to send to left field, but put it right at the left fielder.

Matt Daley had two hits and three runs, Alex Delacruz-Rodriguez hit a home run, double and a single and Philip Petrow had a two-run homer for the Hawks.

Johnson doubled twice and singled and Nick Williams had three singles in Garrett’s first-game win. Bradley Enfield hit a double and a single for Hagerstown.

The Lakers (12-23) play a doubleheader at Penn State Mont Alto on Wednesday.

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