MCHENRY— Allegany College of Maryland scored a pair of runs in the top of the ninth inning and Adam Frye held Garrett scoreless in the bottom of the inning as the Trojans came away from Garrett County with an 8-6 win over the Lakers on Thursday evening.
Allegany worked its way to a 4-2 lead through two innings and Garrett scored twice in the fifth to tie it. The Trojans closed the night by scoring one run in the sixth, another in the seventh and two more in the ninth. Garrett would add two more runs, but couldn’t keep up over the final two seasons.
Tanner Klein had three runs batted in, a double and a single for the Trojans. Wyatt Belinda finished with three hits, Dave Ormsby had a double, a single and three runs scored and Rey Adames plated two runs with a single. Raymond Adames had two singles.
Frye entered in the bottom of the seventh with the bases loaded, but got out of the jam by allowing only one run. He is now 5-2 on the year after earning the win in relief.
Garrett received a double, single and one RBIapiece from Conor Archer and Donte Eubanks and two singles and one RBI for Forrest Spurlock. ACM (18-22) plays today at Hagerstown. Garrett hosts Prince George’s for a Saturday doubleheader.
Frostburg State 13 12
Pitt-Greensburg 8 4
FROSTBURG — A strong offensive performance powered Frostburg State to a doubleheader sweep of Pitt-Greensburg on Thursday.
FSU took game one, 13-8, and game two, 12-4.
Frostburg (26-11) was able to pound out 25 runs and 24 hits combined in its victories over UPG (18-18).
FSU rallied from a four-run deficit in the first game to come back and seize control. Anthony Maroadi drove in two runs with a double to left center for UPG in a five-run third that made the score 6-2. Frostburg immediately responded with two runs in the bottom half of the inning courtesy of RBIs from juniors Kam Stewart and Ricky Brady. FSU tacked on another run in the fourth to bring the score to 6-5.
After Pitt-Greensburg tacked on two runs in the fifth to take an 8-5 lead, Frostburg took control of the game with four runs in both the fifth and sixth innings. Senior Brandon Remalia delivered the gametying hit in the fifth with a bases-loaded single that brought home Brady and senior Rob Jennings, and sophomore Zach Keeler scored on a throwing error on the play. In the sixth, Jennings and junior Ricky Castro picked up two-run singles to cement the FSU victory.