Red Hawks Drop Two-Game Series To Cavaliers
Simpson University Sports News
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Simpson University baseball team continued its two-day series against Concordia University-Portland with another doubleheader on April 12. The Cavaliers won game one 2-1 and game two 7-3.
Game one was once again a low scoring defensive battle. Concordia scored one run in both the first and fourth innings to take a 2-0 lead. The Red Hawks scored their first and only run of the game in the fifth inning a Daniel Mills single to center field scored Aaron Curfman.
Concordia hung onto their lead and finished off the Red Hawks 2-1 to lead the series at 3-0.
Jacob Parent received the loss for the Red Hawks, pitching all eight innings and allowing only three hits.
In game two both teams’ bats heated up which led to a higher scoring match.
Simpson started the game out with a run first inning when Dylan Mumford singled to center which scored Mills. Concordia scored runs the first and fifth innings to a take the 2-1 lead. Simpson took a 3-2 lead in the sixth when Curfman singled to left, scoring Mumford and Kyle Ferguson. Concordia went on to score five unanswered runs to overcome the Red Hawks 7-3.
Garrett Greenhaw received the loss, pitching six innings and allowing nine hits and four runs.
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