Cats drop two of three in opening series
By: Tony Cimiglia Mineral County News-Tribune
The Potomac State College baseball team kicked off the 2005 campaign by dropping two of three games to Florence-Darlington Tech over the weekend in
Miles struck out three and walked two in seven innings of work for the win.
Dale Kestner pitched two innings of middle relief, and Enrique Garcia came on in the seventh and struck out all three batters he faced to earn the save.
Lorin Noel and Lou Proietti each hit solo home runs for Potomac State , while Bill Wooten went 2-for-4 with two singles and an RBI.
Florence-Darlington won Game 3 on Sunday by a count of 6-3.
PSC starter Zack Thomas allowed three runs, struck out two and walked none in the loss.
Ryan Deatrick pitched two innings of relief and Joe Stupka closed out the game.
Eric Saffell led PSC with two singles and an RBI while Lockhart had an RBI single.
"It's good to be playing outside this early in the season," Little said. "We learned a lot of things this weekend. It's good for us to go down and play some good teams. It's much better than hitting in the gym."
Potomac State (1-2) will travel back down south this coming weekend for a three-game series with Young-Harris ( Ga. ). They will play a doubleheader on Saturday and a single game on Sunday.