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Wesleyan baseball drops two games to Frostburg State, 22-5 and 21-3

FROSTBURG (Md.) — The West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats took on Frostburg State University in a doubleheader this past Friday, and unfortunately for the Bobcats were unable to come up with a victory in either game and moved to 4-4 in conference and 9-13 on the season.

Game one was rough for the Bobcats as Frostburg State was able to accumulate 22 runs off 15 hits to claim a 22-5 victory.

The highlights for Wesleyan were Devin Johnson who went 2-3 with an RBI, Matt Turner went 1-1 with an RBI single, and Josh Ayala went 1-3 with two RBI’s.

Frostburg State came out swinging with key performances from Ethan Kiple who went 3-3 with two homeruns, Logan Helser who hit a grand slam and finished 1-2, and Mikey Guy who went 3-6 with four runs.

The winning pitcher for game one was Jacob McDonald and the losing pitcher was Alex Hernandez.

Game two was no different as Frostburg State kept its foot on the gas by tallying a total of 22 runs off 20 hits to win 22-3 and complete the sweep.

Contributors for the Bobcats included Ryan Drag who went 1-3 with a two-run single, Jack Tilton and Thatcher Poteat who both went 1-3 with doubles.

Frostburg State kept the ball rolling in game two as Justin Jimenez, Kiple and Guy all hit homeruns and rounded up nine runs from all three of them. Guy and Kiple continued their success as Guy went 4-4 with two RBI’s and Kiple with 3-4.

The winning pitcher for game two was Max Proctor and the losing pitcher was Robbie Baker.

Game 1

Game 2

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