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Baseball - Fri, Feb. 10, 2017

Georgetown College baseball was scoreless until the sixth inning, but a late rally started by Nick Giambalvo pushed the game into extra innings where the visiting Tigers (2-3) won. The designated hitter did his job, five hits on seven at bats with five RBIs as GC won 10-5 over Stillman College (0-5).

Giambalvo got it started with a solo homerun in the top of the sixth. His next four trips were three singles and a double.

The Tigers scored two more runs in the seventh and then took their first lead of the game with two runs in the ninth. However, Stillman rallied back to push across a tying run and keep the game rolling.

The 10th and 11th innings were stalemates, but John Shattles blasted a solo homerun to put Georgetown ahead for good.

Sam Medina added two insurance runs with a two RBI single and Giambalvo did the same for five runs in the 12th inning.

SC jumped out quick with two runs in the second and third innings and seemed to be on cruise control through five and a third innings.

Breion Barron was the starting pitcher, going four innings and giving up four runs. Jordan Magers pitched the extra innings, going three innings with just two hits and picking up the win.




 

 
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