By Dean Greenwood, Reporter
Shenandoah men’s baseball won both its games this Saturday against the City College of New York Beavers.
The Hornets kept their win streak alive. Their first game they did not allow a run and won 14-0. In the second game they won 13-5. Shenandoah has now won 10 games in a row and is still undefeated.
In the first game, junior Colin Morse was on the mound. He had seven strikeouts. He allowed just two hits, and allowed no runs. Senior Ryan Kinter closed the game in the last inning. He struck out two batters and allowed one hit. Morse is now 2-0.
Shenandoah opened up their scoring with a seven run first inning. They also added three runs in the fourth and fifth inning. The Hornets had eight hits, and Senior Donnie Forgacs had four runs batted in.
In the second game Shenandoah dominated again with a 13-5 win. The Hornets started the game with three runs in the first. In the second inning Senior Jake Loew hit a grand slam. This is his fifth home run this season.
Pitching was also dominant once again. Sophomore Zach Teeple got his third win as the starter. He had six strikeouts in six innings and allowed no runs.
The Hornets have a .354 batting average, and have scored 96 runs this season.
Shenandoah is on the road for the next game on Tuesday, with an away game at Dickinson.