News - Baseball comes up short at Washington - St. Louis

Baseball comes up short at Washington - St. Louis

Baseball comes up short at Washington - St. Louis

Box Score - Game 1
Box Score - Game 2

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The baseball team fell short in a doubleheader at Washington – St. Louis on Saturday. The Panthers dropped the first game 4-2 and then fell in game two 10-1.

Ryan Strohm hurled six innings for the Panthers in game one, giving up a four-run fourth inning as he kept Washington at bay.

Greenville got a two run double from Travis Ralls in the sixth inning as they cut the deficit in half.

Phillip Reedy closed the game for the Panthers on the mound with two scoreless innings.

The Panthers gave up eight runs over the first four innings in game two as they dropped the contest. 

The Panthers scored their run in the top of the sixth when Trevor Montgomery provided an RBI double.

Washington pushed their lead to 10-1 with two runs in the bottom of the sixth. 

Montgomery and Austin Marsh each had two hits.

C.J. Opp was the losing pitcher for Greenville as he threw 2.2 innings and allowed six runs (five earned) on seven hits.

Jonah Moore and Cole Becker gave up a pair of runs.

Adam Lamb threw a scoreless inning, Adam North did not give up any runs in two-thirds of an inning, and Jason Collingwood closed the game on the mound for Greenville with two perfect innings.

The Panthers (0-5) host Dubuque on Friday.

This story was published on February 27, 2016




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