Baseball: Catamounts dominate weekend series sweep over Corning

Sebastian Williamson
Sebastian Williamson celebrates with teammates after hitting a three-run home run during Potomac State's opening game win over Corning Community College. Photo by Raymond Burner

PSC outscores Red Barons 67-1 in 4 games

Keyser, WV- Potomac State swept a 4-game series at Golden Park over Corning Community College over the weekend.  PSC has now won six games in a row and now stands at 10-4 on the season.


Game 1- Potomac State 17  Corning 0

Three different Catamounts hit home runs and PSC received a 2-hit performance from starter Jeff Wong during a 12-0 five-inning win.  Zach Musgrove, Sebastian Williamson and Dominic Peroni each homered for PSC.  Williamson finished 3-3 with four runs batted in. 

Wong struck out eight and allowed just three hits to win his first game of the season.


Game 2- Potomac State 12  Corning 1

Brandon Schamp struck out a career-high 12 batters as the freshman raised his record to 2-0.  Schamp walked just one, allowed two hits and an unearned run. 

Alex Taylor led the offensive attack with two doubles a triple and two runs batted in.  Musgrove hit his second home run of the weekend and Ryan Roell hit a pinch hit three-run home run in the fifth inning to shorten the game via the run rule.


Game 3- Potomac State 26  Corning 0

PSC banged out a season high 25 hits and scored 26 runs as they cruised to an easy win.  Fifteen different Catamounts had a hit as Juwuan Weaver led the way with four hits including his first home run of the season.  Weaver drove in six runs, while Musgrove and Roell drove in three runs apiece.

PSC also got RBI’s from Joe Dodrill, Peroni, Andrew Berry, Cole Miller, Tobias Holmelund, Williamson, Pete Costigan, Austin Chavis and Jake Callaway.

Brett Whiteman worked the first four innings and struck out eight to improve to 2-1.  Hunter Haddix worked the final inning and struck out two.


Game 4- Potomac State 12  Corning 0

Chase Weihl, Josh Zeboskey and Williamson combined on a 2-hitter to win the series finale 12-0.  Weihl struck out seven of the nine batters he faced to pick up his first career win.

Musgrove launched his third home run of the weekend and sixth of the year and drove in two runs.  Mitchell Henshaw went 2-2 with a single and double and two RBI’s.