Wolves earn first win in split with No. 9 Delgado
Published 10:00 am Tuesday, February 23, 2016
NEW ORLEANS – Co-Lin got the first win of the season after a sixth inning push that brought in all five runs in the 5-3 victory Sunday in JUCO baseball action. The Wolves fell in game two of the doubleheader 5-4 in extra innings.
The Wolves are now 1-5 on the season and are back in action Wednesday as they take on Baton Rouge Community College at home. First pitch of game one begins at 3 p.m.
Co-Lin 5, Delgado 3
The first four and a half innings saw little action Sunday as the first run of the game was not plated until the bottom half of the fifth. Delgado scored one run after Jace Nini singled to left field. The Wolves answered in the top of the sixth led off by Kewaun May. May belted a line drive to center field that scored Jordan Antley. Champ Davison followed with a single to center that plated May. Reed Taylor kept the rally alive knocking Davison in with a single to left field. Kody Smith brought the last two runs across for the Wolves in the five run inning with a double to right field that scored Jeremy Moore and Matthew Mordecai. Delgado narrowed the lead in the bottom of the seventh inning after Daniel Lahare hit a two run homer, but the Dolphins were unable to capitalize.
Cole Langdon earned the win for the Wolves after pitching all seven innings. Langdon gave up three runs (two earned) on five hits, struck out four and walked five.
Hayden Adams suffered the loss for Delgado after two innings pitched. Adams gave up five runs (all earned) and had two strikeouts with no walks.
Several Wolves posted one hit in the game with Kody Smith leading the pack with two RBIs and a double. May, Taylor, and Davison all added one RBI apiece off of singles.
Robert Podorsky led the Dolphis with two hits, while a host of players posted one hit each. Daniel Lahare led the team with two RBIs on his homerun.
Delgado 5, Co-Lin 4
Delgado took an early over the Wolves after plating a run in the bottom of the first inning of play in game two of the doubleheader. The Dolphins continued to pull away after three more runs came across the plate over the next four innings. Going into the sixth the Wolves trailed 4-0. Moore started a late rally for the Wolves knocking in Davison with a single up the middle of the field. Antley followed with a line drive shot to center that plated Taylor and Moore. May tied the game at four apiece after a single that scored Antley. The Dolphins broke the tie in the bottom of the eighth after Magee hit a sacrifice fly to right field that allowed Robert Podorsky to tag up and scoring the game-winning run.
Six different Wolves saw action from the mound, but Austin Douglas took the loss after throwing 1.2 innings. Douglas gave up one earned run, two hits, onw walk, and had one strikeout. Miles Thomas threw three innings and gave up two runs (one earned), four hits, and three walks.
Spencer Velt earned the win for the Dolphins after five innings. Velt gave up two runs (both earned) and five hits. Velt had two strikeouts and no walks.
Taylor and Jackson Twitty led the Wolves from the plate with two hits each. Antley led with two RBIs. Irby, May, Oliver, Moore, and Wright all added a single in the matchup.
Robert Podorsky not only scored the game-winning run for Delgado, but also led offensively with three hits. Owen Magee added two hits and two RBIs for the Dolphins.