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Baseball - Mon, Mar. 6, 2017

Georgetown College baseball found enough space Monday between the rain drops for a nine-inning victory over Culver-Stockton College. The Tigers (14-5) broke the game open with four hits and four walks in batting around in the fifth. They scored six runs, erasing the goose eggs on the board and went on to win 9-0 over the Wildcats (9-6).

Michael Koltak and the GC defense worked out of several sticky situations early – two on and no outs in the top of the first and a one-out double in the second – to keep the game scoreless until the offense came to life.

Georgetown finished with seven hits, one a two-out solo homerun by John Shattles – and walked nine times. For the Tigers, Koltak issued zero walks, struck out six and scattered five hits in the complete game win where he threw 98 pitches.

GC added the final tally of runs with two-outs in the seventh off a two-RBI single by Sean Williams.

The Tigers return to action 2 pm Tuesday at Union College in Barbourville, Ky.


 

 
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