Potomac State beats Rockville
From Staff Reports
|Potomac State College's Brennen Dayton hits a two-run double in the second inning of the Catamounts' 15-6 victory over Montgomery-Rockville Sunday afternoon at Golden Park in Keyser. (Photo credit: Steve Bittner/Times-News)|
Brennen Dayton had a two-run double in the second inning, Eric Saffell drove in two with a triple in the third and Bill Wooten had a two-run double in the fourth and tripled home two more in the fifth. Brent Lockhart tripled twice and Justin Dailey had an RBI on a triple and a double.
Danny Arenas hit a home run in the third inning that scored three for Rockville.
The Catamounts (18-11) play at Frederick Community College today at 3 p.m.
PSC comes up short in attempt to set attendance record
Potomac State's baseball team came up a little short in its attempt to set a new attendance record at Golden Park Sunday afternoon, but still had a good turnout of fans who withstood wintry conditions to watch the Catamounts play Montgomery College of Rockville, Md.
The TV set, which was donated by J&J Environmental, was won by Lou Proietti of Toronto, Canada, father of Catamounts' shortstop Lou Proietti.
Catamount Ryan Anderson cracks a second inning single during yesterday's game at Golden Park. Potomac State beat Montgomery College - Rockville 15-6. Tribune photo/Raymond Burner