The Surf Report – March 17th

Shoreline CC Baseball hosts Tacoma CCThe Shoreline CC Baseball team traveled to Lakewood to take on the Pierce College Raiders in an NWAC doubleheader on Wednesday, March 17th. The Phins came into the doubleheader with an 0-6 record on the year with an aim at getting some momentum prior to their final two road trips before North region play. All the action from the diamond is in this week’s Surf Report.

The Phins started game 1 of the doubleheader with Myles Gouveia on the mound. Gouveia scattered 5 hits over 4 innings and gave up 1 earned run while striking out 3 batters. Gouveia left the game tied at 2-2 after an error produced a run for Pierce in the 4th inning. Pierce tacked on 4 more runs over the next two innings to take a 4 run lead into the 7th inning. Shoreline scored two runs in the top of the 7th, but left the tying run on 1st base dropping the game 4-6. In the loss Chantz Justice and Drey McInnes each had multi hit games. David Becker and Drew Earnheart each had 2 RBIs.

In game 2 of the doubleheader the Phins and Raiders enjoyed an old fashioned pitcher’s duel through 5 innings as each team could only muster 1 run. In the 6th inning the Phins’ bats came alive as Tommie Bahadoor had a double to clear the bases for 3 RBIs as the Phins cruised to a 6-2 victory. Zach Hill got the rally going for the Phins with a run scoring drag bunt single for one of his two hits. Catcher Zach Shoreline CC Baseball hosts Tacoma CCZurbrugg went 3-4 from the plate with an RBI and 2 runs scored. Jimmy Beaudin got his first start of the year and pitched a complete game only allowing 3 hits and 1 earned run.

The win moved the Phins to 1-7 on the year. Shoreline travels to Wenatchee Valley for a 4 game weekend series starting Saturday, March 19th and finishing on Sunday, March 20th with doubleheaders each day. The Phins follow that up with 4 more games against East Region opponents over the weekend of March 26th and 27th. The Phins will take on Walla Walla on Saturday, March 26th and stay on the east side of the mountains to face Columbia Basin on Sunday, March 27th.


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