Two More Wins vs. Clackamas Propel Roadrunners into Final Series Against SWCC
ALBANY – Aidan Dougherty extended his hitting streak to 12 games, and the Roadrunners swept their four-game series against Clackamas Community College on Saturday, April 29.
The Roadrunners improved to 26-14 on the year, and 21-11 in the NWAC South Region. The Cougars fell to 10-30 on the year, and 5-23 in the NWAC South Region.
In game one, the Roadrunners defeated the Cougars 4-2. Roadrunner Brady Baltus continued to pitch well, going 8 strong innings, surrendering 2 earned runs, on 5 hits, walking 1, while striking out a career-high 10. Baltus improved his season ERA to 3.54, while exhibiting a 2.54 ERA in his last 4 starts. Kellen Oakes closed out the game, securing his first save of the year.
In game two, the Roadrunners defeated the Cougars by the same score, 4-2. The beaks offense got started early, picking up 3 runs in the bottom half of the first. Durham Sundberg and Titus Dumitru both went 2 for 3, with an RBI.
The Roadrunners stay on the tail of the first-place Lane Titans in the NWAC South Region. The Roadrunners will close out their regular season with a four-game series against Southwestern Oregon Community College, starting on Thursday, May 4. First pitch is set for 1 p.m. in Coos Bay.