JDCC baseball splits with Enterprise Saturday
After picking up their fourth straight win Thursday in game one of the series in Enterprise, the Jefferson Davis Community College Warhawk baseball team split Saturday to see their winning streak end.
JDCC lost game two of the series in the first game Saturday 7-6 when Enterprise hit a walk off homerun to get the one-run win. The loss dropped JDCC to 14-21 overall and to 6-14 in conference play.
In the second game of the day and the rubber game of the series Saturday, JDCC got back in the win column with a 7-5 win to improve to 15-21 overall and to 7-14 in conference play.
In the first game Saturday, JDCC led Enterprise 6-4 in the bottom of the ninth, but Enterprise scored three runs in the inning to get the 7-6 win.
Enterprise led JDCC 2-0 after the third inning, but after JDCC tied the game in the fifth, Enterprise took a 3-2 lead after six innings. After JDCC took a 5-3 lead in the top of the seventh, Enterprise scored one run in the seventh to cut the lead to 5-4. JDCC added one in the ninth to grab a 6-4 lead before giving up the walk off homerun to lose by one.
At the plate for JDCC, Wes Dickey was 1-for-2 with one RBI and Logan Hill was 1-for-4 with two RBIs.
Kyle Freeman was 2-for-5 and Alex Jones was 1-for-4. Brandon Ray batted 2-for-4 with one RBI and Trae Walsingham had one RBI.
Reid Johnson was 1-for-2 at the plate in the loss.
On the mound, Michael Yarborough, Tyler Henry and Mitchell Peterson all pitched in the loss.
Yarborough went 6 1/3 innings and allowed six hits, four earned runs, walked three and struck out eight.
Henry went 1/3 of an inning and allowed no run, no hit, no walks and struck out none.
Peterson went 1 2/3 innings and allowed three hits, three earned runs, walked one and struck out two.
In game two Saturday, JDCC edged out Enterprise 7-5 to get back in the win column.
Mark Humphreys, Hill, Mitchell Holmes, Freeman, Jones, Ray and Walsingham all had hits. Ray and Walsingham both had doubles in the win with Ray having two RBIs and Freeman and Walsingham both having one each.
Tyler Howell earned the win on the mound going six innings and allowing seven hits, five runs, four earned, walked one and struck out four.
Scapecchi pitched one innings and allowed two hits and struck out one.