Baseball Splits Final Regular Season Finale

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Bellevue College baseball split a doubleheader with SW Oregon losing 10-9 before winning 13-2. The second game ended early after seven innings due to the 10-run rule. Both games were played at Clark College in Vancouver. Initially scheduled as a three-team round-robin series over two days, yesterday’s twinbill were the only games played as Clark was forced to drop out due to region games that will be made up today.

In the opener, the ‘dogs jumped ahead 2-0 on an Ollie Hogan base hit but then fell behind 3-2. A big inning by the Lakers in the sixth put them up 10-2. Bellevue then rallied for six in the bottom of the seventh and scored one in the ninth but came up short in the wild comeback. Bryan Sfanos was four-for-five while Hogan had three RBI’s.

In game two, SW Oregon jumped out 2-0 on two unearned runs until the fifth inning when Bellevue plated six, five, and two runs consecutively in innings five through seven for the blowout. Jackson May, Sfanos, Ryker Fortier, and Drew De La Cruz had consecutive singles in the first big inning. Tyson Schertenleib added a fifth hit, a two RBI single as well. De La Cruz had four RBI’s while Schertenleib had three. Micah Hagler worked the first three innings for the win.

The Bulldogs finish regular season play at 14-10 in North Region action and 22-23-1 overall. Post season play begins this Friday for Bellevue in the NWAC Super Regionals.

Last Updated May 12, 2024