Cumberland Times-News

April 14, 2013

Potomac State wins 11th in row

From Staff Reports
Cumberland Times-News

— HAGERSTOWN — Tanner Everton pitched into the ninth and outdueled Kevin Bair to get the win and lift Potomac State to its 11th straight win, 5-2 at Hagerstown in junior college baseball on Sunday.

Everton allowed only two runs and struck out 10 in 8 1-3 innings to raise his personal mark to 5-3. Jamie Miller, who came on with the tying run at the plate, struck out the only two batters he faced to earn a save.

Mike Eisel went 3 for 4 with two doubles, a single, two runs and an RBI to lead the Potomac State attack. Zach Stolipher knocked in a pair of runs.

Eisel doubled and scored on a single in the second to get Potomac State on the board. Jamison Jones scored on an RBI double by Elliott McCummings to break a 1-1 tie in the fifth, and Stolipher’s fielder’s choice groudner in the sixth made it 3-1. Eisel and Ron Musto had back-to-back doubles in the eighth.

Potomac State (24-10) will play at Garrett on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Cecil    5   14

Garrett    1    4

MCHENRY — Cody Albright threw a five-hitter in the opener and Izzack Albright and Matt Kelley homered in the nitecap to send Cecil to a sweep of Garrett.

Cody Albright allowed only a seventh-inning solo homer to Corey Helbig and struck out seven in a complete-game win.

Wardy Polanco hit a solo homer and a double and Josh Tatnall added a two-run shot for Cecil.

Kelley went 3 for 3 with a two-run homer, double and single in the second game. Izaack Albright hit a solo homer and double and Polanco had three singles.

Helbig hit a two-run double and Carlos King had two singles for Garrett (16-22), which hosts Potomac State on Tuesday at 5 p.m.


Potomac State    8    12

Garrett    4      2

McHENRY — Connar Bastaich went 3 for 4 in the first game, and freshman Sam Vincenzo threw six strong innings in the second as Potomac State extended its winning streak to 10 games with a sweep of Garrett.

In the opener, Bastaich doubled, singled twice and knocked in a run while Ron Musto had three RBIs to lead the Catamounts attack.

Mason Fordyce worked five solid innings of relief and struck out four to get the win.

In the nitecap, Vicenzo pitched six innings, allowed only two unearned runs and struck out eight.

David Kimbrough tripled, singled and knocked in three runs for Potomac State, which outhit Garrett 18-6.

Allan Bencid hit a two-run double for Garrett.