Jamestown Baseball Team Upsets Third-Ranked Lancaster
LANCASTER – A sixth-inning rally led Jamestown to an upset of Lancaster, the third-ranked team in Western New York, in ECIC Division 1 baseball on Friday.
Jamestown (3-6, 4-10), which trailed 5-0 in the early going, struck for four runs in the sixth to give the Red Raiders a 6-5 decision.
Winning pitcher Adam Westley singled and scored on Jeff Miller’s RBI single to cut the margin to 5-3. Nick Tobias and Cortland Haines were hit by pitches and Cameron Haberberger hit a two-run double and Bram Johnson an RBI single to put the Red Raiders ahead to stay.
In the fifth, Haberberger doubled in a run and Johnson singled in another to cut the deficit to 5-2.
Westley went the distance for Jamestown as he gave up eight hits with a strikeout and no walks. He yielded just one earned run and only a run after four runs in the first two innings.
Johnson led the nine-hit attack with three hits in the win and Haberberger connected for two doubles.