Baseball Goes 2-2 Over Weekend

Bellevue College baseball swept host Shoreline to open up North Region play before being swept by Everett the following day to go 2-2 over the weekend. The Bulldogs won 9-3 and 7-4 over Shoreline on Sat. March 23. Drew De La Cruz had three RBI’s and two hits to lead the offense breakout game as BC collected 12 hits. Ryker Fortier, Brandon McKinley and Gabe Villaflor had two hits apiece as well. Shoreline held a 4-0 lead early in game two before relief pitcher Chase Archibald turned in one of the top pitching performances of the year, throwing seven innings of one hit shutout relief to earn the win. He struck out 11 as BC collected four runs in the middle innings for the win. Jackson May was three-for-four with three RBI’s.

Everett scored a 3-2 win in the Sunday opener as the Trojans got three runs in the first three innings off Micah Hagler, who settled in with three shutout innings to keep Bellevue in the game. The Bulldogs got two runs late in the eighth on a De La Cruz two-RBI single scoring May and Bryan Sfanos, but the late inning rally fell short as BC came up scoreless in the ninth. In the weekend finale, the ‘dogs were never in the game as Everett put up four early runs as Trojan pitcher Ethan Hubbell silenced Bellevue’s offense with a two-hit shutout through seven innings in the 9-1 win.

Bellevue is 2-2 in league play and will travel to face Edmonds this Sat. Mar. 30 at 1 p.m.

Last Updated March 25, 2024