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Bobcats roll past Wolfpack

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March 20, 2013

ELLISVILLE - The Jones County Bobcats pounded out 24 hits and scored 19 runs to roll past the Co-Lin Wolfpack in a South Division double header. JCJC took game one 8-1 behind a strong outing by pitcher Cody Brewer. The Bobcats (17-7, 5-1) took game two 11-1 in six innings. The Wolfpack (13-10, 3-3) will travel to Summit to take on rival Southwest in the first double header of the Coca-Cola-Powerade Challenge on Saturday at 2 p.m. Listen live at www.colinathletics.com

JCJC 8, Co-Lin 1

The Wolfpack could only muster three hits of Brewer. He struck out eight and walked one in seven innings of work.

The Bobcats jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning. Trent Giambrone singled, Codey Minter singled and Tyler Graves had an RBI single. Jordan Stark and Alex Shermer followed with RBI singles.

JCJC added two more runs in the second inning to increase their lead to 5-0. Lamar Anthony reached on an error, stole second and scored on Minter’s double. Benji Sullivan then had an RBI single to score Minter.

In the fourth inning, Minter led off with a double and scored on Sullivan’s single. After Graves was hit by a pitch, Josh Pankratz doubled. Stark then delivered another RBI single and Shermer reached on a fielder’s choice to drive in a run as JCJC stretched the lead to 8-0.

The Wolfpack got on the board in the fifth inning. Cole Page led off the inning with a walk. Will Gatlin singled and Philip Lott hit an RBI single to centerfield.

Starter Shane McKinley absorbed the loss allowing eight runs (7 earned) on 12 hits, striking out two and walking one in 3.1 innings. Corey Funk relieved McKinley in the fourth inning. He gave up one hit and struck out one in .2 innings. Gage Miles went the final two innings and allowed no runs and no hits.

At the plate for the Bobcats, Minter led the way with two doubles and a single. Shermer doubled and singled, while Stark and Sullivan each had two singles. Pankratz added a double, while Giambrone, Graves and Collin Dexter had singles.

Catcher Jonathan Santana doubled to lead the Wolves at the plate. Adding support were Gatlin and Lott.

JCJC 11, Co-Lin 1 (6 innings)

The Bobcats exploded for six runs in the second inning. Tyler Graves was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning. Jordan Stark and Alex Shermer delivered RBI singles. Stephen Stiglets reached on a fielder’s choice and stole a base. Trent Giambrone had an RBI single and Codey Minter produced another RBI single. Giambrone scored on an error and Sullivan reached on an infield single. Graves delivered another run-scoring single.

Co-Lin made it 6-1 in the fourth when Jonathan Santana singled, Matt Smith walked and Christopher Perry singled to load the bases. A bases loaded walk to Milton Griffin forced in the run.

The Bobcats increased their lead to 9-1 in the bottom of the fourth inning. Minter and Sullivan singled and Graves followed with an RBI single to center. A Co-LIn error allowed Sullivan to score. Courtesy runner Lamar Anthony scored on a wild pitch.

Pinch-hitter Stephen Billingsley led off the fifth inning. Shermer reached on a fielder’s choice. Dexter and Stiglets singled to load the bases and Giambrone walked to force in a run as JCJC's lead would increase to 10-1.

The Bobcats ended the game in the sixth inning. Pankratz walked and advanced to third on an error. Shermer’s sacrifice fly to right scored Pankratz and gave JCJC the 11-1 win.

Starter Jon Mark Herrington collected the win allowing one run and three hits in 3.1 innings. Cole Barlow relieved Herrington in the fourth inning. He gave up one hit and struck out two in 2.1 innings of work. Jeremy Kidd came in to strikeout the final batter.

Taking the loss for Co-Lin was Caleb Dugas. He allowed nine runs (six eaerned), 10 hits, struck out four and walked one in four innings. Tyler Case pitched an inning allowing one run, two hits, struck out one and walked two batters. Ryan Goddard pitched the final .2 innings and gave up an earned run and walked one.

Minter, Sullivan, Graves and Stark had two singles each for the Bobcats. Giambrone, Shermer, Dexter and Stiglets each had a single.

Lott doubled for the Wolfpack. Adding support were McKinley, Santana and Perry.