2018-05-16 / Sports

Pirates split pair of doubleheaders

PECK – The Peck Pirates baseball team went 2-2 on the week, including a split in NCTL Stripes Division play on Thursday. The Pirates won the opener, 8-4, but lost in game two, 12-8.

In the first game, Peck scored four times in the opening inning and added four more runs in the fourth.

The Pirates had a single and double from Aaron Booth and three different players with a pair of singles each – Cody Babcock, Nathan Collins (1 RBI) and Derek Thom (1 RBI). Nolan Sarnac had a single and two RBI.

Sarnac was the starting and winning pitcher.

In game two, All Saints battled back from a seven-run deficit to gain the split. Pirate errors helped lead All Saints to a six-run second inning.

Five different players combined for 13 hits for Peck. Babcock (RBI) led the way with three singles and a double. Tatton Sarnac had three hits, including a double, Booth had a pair of doubles, Nolan Sarnac had two singles and four RBIs, and Ryan Robinson collected two singles and an RBI.

Kingston 8, 2 Peck 4, 14

In an NCTL crossover twin-bill on Monday (May 7), the Pirates earned a split by romping to a win in the second contest after scoring eight runs in the first inning.

Booth led the attack with three hits and three runs scored. Sarnac had two singles and an RBI, and Thom added two singles.

In the opener, the Cardinals rallied for six runs in the seventh inning.

Hits for the Pirates came from Tatton Sarnac, Babcock, (2b), Nolan Sarnac (2 RBI) and Thom with two hits each.

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