Despite 11-run, last-inning rally, York College can't pull off big comeback to finish sweep
- The York College baseball team settled for a doubleheader split Sunday vs. Immaculata.
- York won the first game, 13-4, but lost the second game, 16-15.
- In the second game, an 11-run, last-inning rally fell just short for the Spartans.
The York College baseball team had to settle for a split against Immaculata on Sunday afternoon at Jaquet Field, but the Spartans nearly pulled off the sweep and a comeback for the ages.
York cruised to a Game 1 win, 13-4, but was trailing 16-4 entering the seventh and final inning of Game 2. An 11-run, seventh-inning rally pulled the Spartans within 16-15, but York couldn't get the equalizer and suffered a 16-15 loss.
York is 6-6 on the season, while Immaculata is 5-9. The Spartans totaled 28 runs and 28 hits on the day.
Jack Barry (10 RBIs, five hits, two doubles, homer, two runs scored) and Christian Bilan (seven RBIs, four hits, two doubles, homer, five runs scored) enjoyed monster afternoons at the plate for York.
Grant Oberholtzer (five hits, double, five runs scored, one RBI), Zach Hossler (three hits, homer, double, three RBIs, five runs scored) and Seth Brosius (three hits, two doubles, two RBIs, five runs scored) also excelled for York.
Joel Kenney got the Game 1 win for York, pitching seven innings and allowing one earned run.