Potomac State Baseball falls in 12 inning game to Sinclair

Columbus, OH- Sinclair Community College outlasted Potomac State by a score of 8-7 in twelve innings on Saturday in the opening game of a three-game series played at Ohio State University.

Tyler Raymond delivered the game winning hit in the bottom of the twelfth inning scoring Matt Sullivan.Potomac State at OSU

The Tartan Pride took a quick 4-0 lead in the game on Potomac State starter Jamie Miller with a single run in the first and second inning followed by two runs in the third on RBI’s from Nick McGill and AJ Kruzel.

The Catamounts battled back in the fourth with two runs to make the score 4-2.

PSC took the lead in the fifth inning with four runs highlighted by five straight hits. David Kimbrough led off with a single and scored on a triple by Scott Fox. Tre Porter plated Fox with a single then moved to third on a single from Elliott McCummings, who was thrown out trying to reach second base.

Zach Stolipher’s single scored Porter to make the score 5-4, and he came home to score on a Sinclair error to give PSC a 6-4 lead.

Sinclair evened the score in the seventh on a two-run single from Jon Lowe.

The score remained tied until the top of the tenth when Potomac State took the lead on a run scoring single from Ron Musto.

PSC was unable to close it out in the bottom of the frame as Austin Dowling tied the game at seven on a two-out single that scored Matt Sullivan.

Mason Fordyce took the loss for Potomac State. He allowed just two runs in five innings of relief work.

The Catamounts, (3-5) will play a doubleheader with Sinclair on Sunday starting at 11am at the Athletes in Action Field.