Jamestown def Dordt 2-0
HOW IT HAPPENED
The Jamestown Jimmies scored a pair of runs in the second and fifth innings and kept the Dordt Defenders off balance in game one of their doubleheader and secured a 2-0 win.
Jamestown scored first on an error in the second inning with two outs on a fly ball to left field that plated a runner from second. A homerun in the fifth inning by Quade Peters provided the insurance run the Jimmies needed.
Dordt’ s best scoring opportunity came in the fifth inning when Dordt had runners at first and third and one out but the runner was thrown out trying to return to third on a bunted ball. Dordt also threatened in the seventh with runners at first and second and no one out but a base running miscue resulted in an out on a rundown and the final two outs of the inning were recorded by strikeout.
Dordt had a 4-3 hits advantage.
Gyeongju Kim took the loss while allowing two runs, one earned and struck out 11 with two bases on balls.
Dylan Stanley had two singles while Luke November and Logan Cline accounted for Dordt’s other two hits.