TC baseball splits games with Saint Mary


TCBsBMacStone The Tabor baseball team recorded a 1-3 record over spring break, dropping two non-conference games early in the week, then splitting two games with the University of Saint Mary Wednesday.

Saint Mary?Tabor defeated the Spires 2-0 in Game 1, but fell 3-0 in Game 2.

In the first game, Tabor?s starting pitcher, Josh Stone, pitched seven scoreless innings to propel the Bluejays to victory.

Stone (4-1) allowed two hits the duration of the game while striking out nine hitters and walking two.

The feat earned Stone recognition as KCAC Pitcher of the Week for the second consecutive week.

Third-baseman Troy Torres led the Bluejays with one hit and two RBIs in the bottom of the fourth inning.

In Game 2, the Spires scored two runs in the top of the fourth inning to take the lead for good and won 3-0.

Tabor managed three hits in 23 batting opportunities, courtesy of Grant Silva, Kevin Seeger and CJ DeDeaux.

On the mound, Matt Lambert (4-2) was the starting pitcher, but lost in the end.

In five innings, Lambert allowed five hits and two runs (one earned) and struck out two hitters.

Friday?s doubleheader at the University of Saint Mary was postponed.

Oklahoma Baptist?Tabor faced 10th-ranked Oklahoma Baptist University Monday, dropping a 16-0 contest.

Tabor?s starting pitcher, Alex Hill (1-1) gave up eight earned runs in as many at-bats in the top of the second inning, allowing Oklahoma Baptist to take control of the game.

Hill ended as Tabor?s losing pitcher.

Tabor managed five hits?two from Art Corona, and one each from Jeremiah Lauts, Ryan Neufeld and Grant Silva?in 30 at-bats.

Saint Gregory?s?Tabor fell, 16-13, in a nine-inning game against Saint Gregory?s University Tuesday. Game stats were not available at press time.

Coming?Tabor is scheduled for a series against Ottawa this week. The first games will be played at Ottawa Thursday at 1 p.m., followed by a doubleheader at Tabor Saturday at 1 p.m.


















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