By Dean Greenwood, Reporter
Shenandoah University men’s baseball team continued its undefeated season with a win at home against the Elizabethtown Blue Jays on Wednesday.
The Hornets had seven wins going into their game this Wednesday. They kept their red-hot start by defeating the Blue Jays 9-4.
Sophomore Robert Klinchock was the starting pitcher. Klinchock pitched until the six inning, where he was pulled to let senior Tyler Hott finish the game. Klinchock allowed just two runs and five hits. He earned his first win this season. Hott earned a save. This was Hott`s third save this season.
There was no scoring until the third inning, where Shenandoah took a one run lead. Elizabethtown broke Shenandoah`s lead with a run in the sixth, but the Hornets answered back with two runs of their own. Shenandoah held onto the lead the rest of the game.
Tristan Baker had three hits with four at bats. He scored two runs. Senior Jake Loew had another home run. This is his fourth game in a row with a home run. Jake leads his team in Runs batted in and batting average.
Shenandoah’s game this Friday has been postponed.
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