Anything, wash. – The Whitman College baseball team ended the four-game series with the Pacific Luthers, falling 9-6 in the Northwest Conference game, the opener and finalist in the series, but rallied and won both games 6-5. Leo Rivera Homework.
The Blues put two runs on the board in the first inning, after starter Cole Trottignon retired the first two hitters. Back-to-back doubles from Garrett Runyan And Teeg Conder Putting Whitman’s first run on the board, Blues added another after Condor scored. Beck Maguire (2 H, 1 RBI) Bloop single to centerfield.
Pitching combination of Wyatt Adams And Rylan Burigse The Blues maintained a relatively PLU order in four innings. PLU scored eight runs in the fifth, sixth and seventh innings but the Lute bats came to life. Jordan Haworth (3 H, 2 R, 2 RBI) gave Spark a fifth, two-run homer and Belts put Lotz on the scoreboard. Later, Ethan Kentz (3 H, 1 RBI) and John Graham (2 H, 1 R, 1 RBI) doubled their lead to 9-2 in seven innings.
After the first inning, the Blues held on without scoring Of Mathews Conway The base clearing triple gave life to Whitman in the eighth. Drew Wannaman (2H, 1R) In a single over to open the innings, reliever Noah Ferguson released a back-to-back walk to load the conveyor base. Ben Parker He then reduced the lead to 9-6 with an infield hit at Conway.
Despite being threatened in the ninth inning, it was the only offense left for the Blueprint, who came in empty. Ferguson (4-1) won the fourth and third innings, two with Burgess (1-1), and tagged the loss after conceding two runs in two hits in the third inning.
The Battle Final of the Seven Innings Non-Conference Game featured some heroics in the Nightcap.
The Lotus scored one run in the first and seventh innings to give them a 5-3 lead and move into seventh. Parker led the inning with a pair of goals, moving to third on the wild pitch and then scoring on a fielding error. With Wannaman first running the pinch, Rivera smashed a pinch-hit two-run homer to win the game and split the Blues in a four-game series.
Parker had a solid outing with two hits, one run and one RBI Nate Corahaise Had a hit and run on top of the order.
For Lutz, Lucas Delisle posted two hits, one run and one RBI.
With Jack Robinet (1-0) Garrett Runyan (1-0) were the records. In the final innings of the run, Robinet failed to score an out in one of his innings when he tossed a third of the perfect ball.
The Blues will end the NWC season at Puget Sound next weekend, and qualify for the league post-season tournament. Whitman and UPS will play a doubleheader on Saturday and end the series on Sunday.