Baseball Roundup: Waterloo's winning streak ended by Western

Baseball Roundup: Waterloo's winning streak ended by Western
HAMILTON, Ont. - Recapping the midweek baseball action from around the OUA.

Western 10 at Waterloo 9

The Warriors bid for a fifth straight victory was put to a halt on Tuesday evening as the Western Mustangs topped Waterloo 10-9 in a wild affair at Jack Couch Park. 

The Mustangs took a 10-3 lead into the final two innings but the never-say-die Warriors began to mount a comeback scoring one in the bottom of the eighth and five more in the ninth but would run out of outs and drop the contest. 

With the loss Waterloo fell to 6-3 on the season while the Mustangs improved to 4-3.  Rookie first baseman Michael Clouthier (Guelph) continued to swing a hot bat and went 2-for-4 with a homerun, double, two rbi's, and two runs scored.  Also having a game at the plate was Kyle Thalheimer (Richmond Hill) going 2-for-4 adding one rbi and one run scored.

Starting pitcher Brandon Beattie (St. Catharines) was given the loss allowing four hits and six runs in his four innings of action.  

Waterloo will look to shake off the loss and get themselves back in the win column this Saturday when they travel to Guelph to face the Gryphons for a doubleheader.  The black and gold then return home on Sunday for another double dip with the Toronto Varsity Blues at Jack Couch Park.

Souce: Waterloo Sports Info

Queen's 7 at Brock 9

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - The Brock University baseball team (13-3 overall, 8-2 OUA) extended their home win streak to seven games as they held on to defeat the Queen's Gaels by the score of 9-7 in front of a crowd of over 350 in attendance Tuesday night at George Taylor Field.

Brock put up runs in each of the first four innings to take a 6-1 lead after four complete. The Badgers would add three more in the 6th to go up 9-2. Queens would rally late adding four runs in the 7th and one more in the 9th only to come up short. 

Freshman southpaw Luke Miller (Newmarket, Ont.) threw five complete innings allowing one run on two hits for the victory. In the ninth inning, with the bases loaded, Brock closer Phil Owen (Richmond Hill, Ont.) would retire the final two batters for his fifth save of his career.

Picking up the loss was Queens starter Matt Reagan who threw four innings allowing six runs on seven hits while striking out two and allowing seven walks.

Leading the Badgers offense was junior Ricky Ferri (St. Catharines, Ont.) who went 2-for-3 with four RBI and sophomore Jordan Grant (Misissauga, Ont.) who was 2-for-4 with three RBI. Ferri was named the Badgers Player of the Game.

Freshman Marcus Beal (Brantford, Ont.) added a two-run triple off the bench while freshman James Roffey (Guelph, Ont.) recorded a three hit night going 3-for-5. Rounding out the Brock hitting was sophomore Ben Kirby (Burlington, Ont.) (2-for-3) and senior Chris Anderi (Tecumseh, Ont.) (1-for-3).

Queens was led by Andrew Hastings who went 3-for-4 with two runs scored.

The Badgers next action is Wednesday, September 18th at 7pm when they take on the Guelph Gryphons in a makeup game from earlier this season. Brock will also be at home on Homecomimg Weekend when they take on the Toronto Varsity Blues (Sept. 21st) and Laurier Golden Hawks (Sept. 22).

Source: Brock Sports Info

Toronto 9 at Guelph 16

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues baseball team16-9 to the Gryphons on Tuesday, Sept. 17 in Guelph, Ont.
 
Down 2-0 early in the first game on Sunday, the Blues erupted for four runs in the bottom of the second inning, thanks in large part to a triple by rookie Bradley Bedford. Bedford ended the game with two hits and two RBI, while Kravice Batts (Toronto) had three hits in the win.

First-year pitcher Alexander Paglia (Nobelton, Ont.) earned the 4-3 win on the mound, striking out two in five innings of work.

The second game of the day proved just as close, with U of T needing an extra inning to earn a 13-12 victory.

Marek Deska started the game, striking out six in four innings and Orion Katayama earned the win on the mound. Steve Hersch led the team offensively, going 5-for-5 and three RBI in the victory.

The Blues then travelled to Guelph Tuesday night, where they dropped a 16-9 decision. After Toronto scored five in the top of the first, the Gryphons took over for good with nine runs in the second inning. Batts led the team with three hits, while
Katayama had two hits and three RBI and Kyle Bowers had two hits and two RBI in the loss.

The Varsity Blues return to action this Saturday, Sept. 21 as they head to St. Catharines, Ont., to take on the Brock Badgers. Game times are 1 and 4 p.m.

Source: Toronto Sports Info

Ryerson 6 at McMaster 9




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