offense started clicking at last for the SC4 baseball team Sunday afternoon in
a doubleheader against Delta College at Sanborn Park.
Skippers snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 5-1 decision in the
nightcap of the MCCAA Eastern Conference doubleheader. They came up short 6-4
in the opener against the Pioneers (2-2, 11-10).
improved to 1-5 in the league and 1-8 overall. Coach Phil Macke’s squad is
scheduled for a nonconference nine-inning Tuesday against Rochester College JV
on the road. The Skippers’ next home game is 2 p.m. Thursday against Delta
Joe Barrons, a Kingston grad, was the winning pitcher in Game 2 as he allowed
one earned run on eight hits. He struck out one and did not allow a walk. Port
Huron High grad Austin Schneider connected on a home run and drove in three
runs. Anchor Bay grad David Abraham finished with two hits, while Barry Marshall,
Joey Slezak and Noah Moore each had one.
Nadrowski, a freshman pitcher from Imlay City, suffered the loss on the mound
in the opener despite striking out seven. Abraham drilled a solo home run to
left field. Moore also drove in a run.