RECAP: Sagehen baseball wins 3 of 3 against rival CMS

Players shake hands in celebration.
Jack Hanley PO ’20 celebrates with pitcher Luka Green PO ’20, who secured the win for the Sagehens’ in their 5-3 win over CMS on April 20. (Amy Best • The Student Life)

After losing 2-1 at CMS (15-12-1, 8-10 SCIAC) Friday, the P-P baseball team (17-15, 7-14 SCIAC) won both ends of a home doubleheader in the Sixth Street rivalry Saturday. After winning the first game 5-3, the Sagehens blew out the Stags 13-5 in the second.

In their first win, the Sagehens pulled ahead 4-0 in the bottom of the third, as Hunter Hennigh PZ ’21 and Jeremy Jess PZ ’20 both bashed two-run homers in the inning. Ryan Long PO ’21 got the start on the mound for P-P, and didn’t allow a run in six innings.

The final game of the series was tied at two midway through the fifth inning, until P-P came alive and scored nine runs in the frame to blow the game open. Jess and Jeremiah Quezada PZ ’20 each had three RBIs, while Seth Stone PZ ’21 went 3-4 with three runs scored.

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