Indians Defeat Pirates

Indians Defeat Pirates

Chipola College Indians Varsity snatched the lead late in the game in an 11-6 victory over Pensacola State College on Monday. The game was tied at four with Chipola College Indians Varsity batting in the bottom of the sixth when Jozsef Rohrbacher doubled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.

The base paths were crowded in this high-scoring game. Chipola College Indians Varsitycollected 13 hits and Pensacola State College had seven.

Pensacola State College got things started in the first inning when Ross singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.

Chipola College Indians Varsity took the lead for good with four runs in the sixth inning. In the sixth Joshua Rivera's sac fly scored one run for Chipola College Indians Varsity and Ivan Johnson singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

Cameron Gray got the start for Chipola College Indians Varsity. He lasted five innings, allowing five hits and four runs while striking out six.

Chad Bryant started the game for Pensacola State College. He lasted five innings, allowing six hits and four runs while striking out two. SmithRulli, and Riordan each contributed in relief for Pensacola State College.

Chipola College Indians Varsity tallied two home runs on the day. Johnson had a dinger in the fourth inning. Rivera went yard in the eighth inning.

Chipola College Indians Varsity tallied 13 hits in the game. Corey RosierJohnsonConnor KehlRiveraRohrbacher, and Alex Arauz all managed multiple hits for Chipola College Indians VarsityArauzRohrbacherRiveraKehlJohnson, and Rosier each collected two hits to lead Chipola College Indians VarsityChipola College Indians Varsity tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Rosier led the way with two.

Pensacola State College collected seven hits on the day. Ross and Lopez each racked up multiple hits for Pensacola State College.

The teams are back in action on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. CST in Pensacola.

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