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Heuvelton's Trathen Drives In 2 Runs For Roos

FORT MYERS, FL – Heuvelton's Collin Trathen drove in two runs as seven different players had hits but the SUNY Canton baseball team fell 11-6 to Plymouth State on Friday in Fort Myers.

THE BASICS

Result: Plymouth State 11, SUNY Canton 6Location: Lee County Field #3 – Fort Myers, FLRecords: Plymouth State (7-4) | SUNY Canton (0-8)

HOW IT HAPPENED

Both teams recorded one run each in the third innings as Dylon Bougor stole second and Jesus Garcia scored on a throwing error by the catcher. The Panthers added one run in the fourth and three in the sixth to take a 5-1 lead heading to the bottom half of the inning.

The Roos brought four runners across in the bottom of the inning to knot the game at 5-5. Chris McVannan walked to score Dawson Kerr (Heuvelton) before Trathen also drew a free pass to plate Zach Miner. Don Louis Rodriguez followed with an RBI single to left to bring in Zack Swartz. Jack Brill concluded the scoring in the inning when he reached on a fielder’s choice to score McVannan.

Each team posted one run in the seventh as Trathen laced an RBI double down the right field line to bring Swartz home for the second time in the game.The Panthers scored five runs in the eighth inning which proved to be the difference.

Zack Newman was credited with the no-decision scattering three hits and four walks over 5.2 innings. He struck out nine batters and gave up five runs, one of which was earned. Anthony Tur took the loss giving up three earned runs, two walks and two hits with two strike outs in 1.1 innings. Alex Larson earned the win for Plymouth State throwing the final three innings allowing four hits and one unearned run with two fanned batters.

WHAT'S NEXT The baseball team closes out its Florida trip on Saturday when it takes on Merchant Marine Academy for a doubleheader beginning at 9 a.m.

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