Yesterday afternoon, the baseball team topped Greenport, 12-2, to win the season series over the Porters, 3-1. Including Monday’s 18-12 victory, the Bears saddled Greenport pitching with 30 runs over the last two games, the team’s best two-game stretch of offense since a 31-run outburst vs. Pierson over the last two games of the 1999 season, inflicted over victories of 13-5 and 18-5.
Joe Wozny was dominant on the hill to earn his second win of the season, ringing up 11 strikeouts and registering a tidy 1.20 WHIP over 5.1 innings. Timmy Wozny came on in relief of his older brother and struck out three Porters. The defense behind the Wozny boys was solid, yielding zero errors on the day.
The Bear bats were lively from the get-go as they plated three runs in the top of the 1st inning, three in the 4th to build a 7-1 lead, and then five more in the 6th to put the game out of reach. Aidan Mega led the way with 4 hits while Seamus Scanlon and Joe Wozny picked up 3 hits apiece. David Choi, Scanlon, and Joe Wozny each picked up a pair of RBIs with some timely hitting.
With the win, the Bears improve to 4-2 and look to keep their winning streak going in a home match-up with Pierson on Friday.