Cumberland Times-News

April 8, 2013

Potomac State freshman tosses five-inning perfect game

Cumberland Times-News

— KEYSER, W.Va. — Freshman Sam Vincenzo pitched a five-inning perfect game in the opening game of Potomac State’s sweep of Westmoreland Sunday in college baseball at Golden Park.

The left-handed Vincenzo struck out seven in his perfect five innings. Potomac State won the game 10-0.

David Kimbrough went 3 for 3 and Tre Porter had two singles and three RBIs to lead a 13-hit Catamount attack. Scott Fox drove in three runs and Elliott McCummings two.

Potomac State won the second game 8-4.

Fox drilled a three-run homer and Porter hit a two-run double. Jamison Jones and Tre Kearns also drove in runs.

Mike Eisel pitched five innings, struck out four and walked one for the win.

The Catamounts (19-10) play at West Virgina Wesleyan on Wednesday.

Rappahannock    1     7

Allegany    0   10

KILMARNOCK, Va. — After being no-hit in the first game, the Allegany College bats woke up in a hurry in the second as the Trojans scored seven runs in the first two innings and earned a split of their doubleheader with Rappahannock.

Rappahannock’s Thomas Gill threw the no-hitter in a 1-0  pitchers’ duel with Ryan Redinger. Allegany won the second, 10-7, with an 11-hit attack.

In the opener, Gill struck out six and was backed by an errorless defense. He walked two. Redinger also threw a complete game, allowed only five hits, walked two and struck out six.

The only run came in the bottom of the sixth when Bruce Carter doubled and scored on a Marcus Bumbry’s second single of the game.

In the second game, the Trojans (10-12) scored three times in the first inning, four times in the second and led 9-2 after four innings.

Cody Doran hit two doubles, Jeff Morgan doubled, singled and scored twice, Blayne McGuirk had two singles and two RBIs, Brandon Miller two singles and Dylan Corl drove in three runs with a single and a groundout.

Joey Glass pitched 6 2-3 innings for the win, striking out five and walking five. Adam Frey came on with the bases loaded and two out in the seventh and got the final out with a strikeout for a save.

Allegany hosts West Virginia Wesleyan today at 1 p.m., visits Frederick on Tuesday and will host Garrett on Wednesday at 3 o’clock.