Cumberland Times-News


May 2, 2014

ACM rolls over Hawks

Georgius strikes out 10 in FSU’s 6-3 win over LaRoche

HAGERSTOWN — Five players had two or more hits as Allegany College of Maryland finished its season with a convincing 14-6 victory over the Hagerstown Hawks Friday afternoon in Hagerstown.

The Trojans broke open a 4-1 game with a five-run seventh inning as the team scored 14 runs off of 16 hits. Hagerstown connected 13 times, but was held to only six runs.

Jeff Morgan and Corey Shroyer each had three hits, while Cody Malone, Raymond Adames and Tanner Klein all had two base hits. Malone drove in three runs while Shroyer scored three times. Morgan and Klein both had two RBIs.

The Hawks (32-20), who host Potomac State today at 1 p.m., were led by Alex Dellacruz-Rodriguez’s three hits including a triple, a double and an RBI. Philip Pietro and Tyler Walter each had two hits and an RBI.

Tyler Fellner picked up the win and reliever Vince Foreman got the save.

“We finished strong,” said Allegany head coach Steve Bazarnic. “We were 14-3 in our last 17 games.”

Allegany’s start, however, proved too much to overcome as the Trojans fell a win short of qualifying for the Region XX tournament. ACM finished 19-22 overall and 13-13 in the Maryland JUCO.

Frostburg State    6

LaRoche    3

FROSTBURG — Senior Kenny Georgius tossed a complete game and struck out 10  to help Frostburg State defeat La Roche Friday afternoon.

Georgius scattered eight hits and allowed three runs, two earned, for his seventh win of the season. La Roche mustered one run in the second inning and two more in the third, but Georgius allowed just three hits over the final six innings.

Kam Stewart finished 2 for 4 with four RBIs and a run scored, including a three-run home run in the first inning. Senior Dylan Shupe and freshman J.T. Tipton were responsible for the other two RBIs.

In the first, Shupe reached on a fielder’s choice that scored Nick McElfish, while the next batter, Stewart, smacked a three-run bomb over the left field fence for a 4-0 lead. Tipton capped the frame with a single to right that scored junior Ricky Brady.

In the bottom of the seventh, McElfish doubled down the left field line and scored two batters later when Stewart singled to left for his fourth RBI.

McElfish finished 1 for 4 with two runs, while Shupe was 1 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored.

Wash. & Jefferson    6

Frostburg State    4

FROSTBURG — Washington & Jefferson used a pair of three-run innings to earn a  victory over Frostburg State on Friday afternoon.

The Bobcats (26-12) outhit the Presidents (25-12) 12-5, with 10 of those hits coming over the first four innings. Senior Dylan Shupe and junior Ricky Castro each drove home a run in the fourth as Frostburg surged to a 4-3 lead.

However, Frostburg posted just two hits over the final five innings and stranded nine on base.

In the top of the sixth, Washington & Jefferson posted its second three-run inning to assume a 6-4 advantage. Tyler Schultz broke a 4-4 tie with a two-run single to right field.

Shupe led the Bobcats going 4 for 5 that included two RBIs and a run scored.

Bobcat starter Ryan Redinger suffered the loss, allowing six runs (five earned) in six innings. Sophomore Nick Huff tossed the final three and allowed just two hits.

Frostburg State plays Stevenson today at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf at 3 p.m.

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