|York College (5-0)||0||0||0||0||3||4||0||0||3||10||11||1|
|St. Gregorys (Okla.) (4-3)||0||0||0||1||0||0||0||0||0||1||3||2|
|Shawnee, OK Bill Nicklas Field|
|York College||Pitching||St. Gregorys (Okla.)|
|York College||Indv. Stats||St. Gregorys (Okla.)|
|#5 Perez, Rudy||Doubles||None|
|#5 Perez, Rudy||Home Runs||None|
The York College baseball team finished off their opening weekend games today with 10-1 victory vs. the St. Gregory Cavaliers in a single nine inning game. The formula for the win was the same as it had been all weekend; timely hitting and outstanding pitching. Josh Knoll went seven innings on the mound striking out nine and only allowing two hits. For the YC offense it was once again a game of adjustments. The Panthers were held scoreless for four innings by the SGU pitcher but in the fifth that would change. Trailing 1-0 in the top of the 5th, 3rd baseman Brady Henan led off with a base hit up the middle bringing up the top of the lineup. After Anthony Enriquez wore a pitch, there were two men on for Rudy Perez who worked the count, then deposited a change up over the left field fence. The Panthers would tack on runs in the 6th and the 9th putting the game in the books.
York improves to 5-0 on the season and travels down to Northwood University in Cedar Hill, Texas for a four game series starting on Friday.