Summer Collegiate Baseball: San Luis Obispo Blues take series from Neptune Beach Pearl with 4-3 win

sports@thetribunenews.comJune 5, 2014 

RJ Hassey hit a go-ahead single in the eighth inning, Tei Vanderford pitched six innings of one-hit shutout ball, and San Luis Obispo earned another close home victory over Neptune Beach on Thursday, 4-3, to win its first summer collegiate baseball series of the year.

Jeff Moberg drove in a run and scored another to put the Blues (7-2) ahead 2-0 before the Pearl took a 3-2 lead off reliever Cole Foster in the eighth inning.

Austin O’Brien drove in Jacob Hoyle to tie the score in the bottom of the inning, and Hassey followed with a single to score Mitch Williams.

Blake Whitter shut the door in the ninth for his second save in as many days after San Luis Obispo topped Neptune Beach 10-8 on Wednesday. The Pearl won the series opener, 7-6.

RJ Hassey hit a go-ahead single in the eighth inning, Tei Vanderford pitched six innings of one-hit shutout ball, and San Luis Obispo earned another close home victory over Neptune Beach on Thursday, 4-3, to win its first summer collegiate baseball series of the year.

Jeff Moberg drove in a run and scored another to put the Blues (7-2) ahead 2-0 before the Pearl took a 3-2 lead off reliever Cole Foster in the eighth inning.

Austin O’Brien drove in Jacob Hoyle to tie the score in the bottom of the inning, and Hassey followed with a single to score Mitch Williams.

Blake Whitter shut the door in the ninth for his second save in as many days after San Luis Obispo topped Neptune Beach 10-8 on Wednesday. The Pearl won the series opener, 7-6.

Packers 7, Indians 3

Santa Maria scored three runs in the fourth inning and two in the fifth, holding on to defeat North County in Santa Maria.

Corbin Meikle had an RBI single for the Indians (0-4), and San Luis Obispo native Sinjin Todd scored a run and stole two bases. Cuesta College product Scott Romuk pitched into the fifth inning, when he was relieved by fellow Cougar James Kannenberg.

The Indians will host the Santa Maria Reds on Saturday at Paso Robles High at 6 p.m.

 

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