WC baseball drops 3 of 4 to ONU


Ohio Northern University took three of four weekend baseball games with Wilmington College.

ONU won two games Sunday after splitting two on Saturday. Kaleb Stines pitched a complete game on Saturday to give the Quakers a split.

On Sunday, in game one, Jesse Reliford, Caleb Scott and Corbin Craft had multi-hit games for WC. Thomas Hueber was tagged with the pitching loss. Ryan Townsend retired eight straight Polar Bears with a strikeout in relief for WC.

In the second game, GlenAllen Anderson pitched eight innings with three strikeouts but was saddled with the loss. Owen Baumann, Jacob Feltner and Scott had hits for Wilmington.

Wilmington (4-18, 3-15 OAC) will face John Carroll University for a four-game series this weekend.

On Saturday, Stines pitched the Quakers to a game two victory, 8-6. He struck out six, gave up 10 hits and six earned runs.

Wilmington trailed 6-5 but won the game with a two-run seventh without benefit of a hit – three Quakers were hit by pitches, two walked and one scored on a wild pitch.

Tyler Shaneyfelt had three hits, drove in a run, stole two bases and scored twice. Baumann had two hits as well for WC.

In the first game, Clinton-Massie grad Luke Chappie took the loss. Moses Garza drove in the only WC run. Reliford had a triple and double for Wilmington.

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