SULLIVAN — The George Stevens Academy Eagles made the most of 11 hits on Tuesday at Sullivan as they rolled over the host Sumner Tigers 15-2 in their baseball season debut.
SULLIVAN — The George Stevens Academy Eagles made the most of 11 hits on Tuesday as they rolled over the host Sumner Tigers 15-2 in their baseball season debut.
It was the second straight loss for the Tigers, who fell to Narraguagus on Friday in their season opener.
GSA never trailed, scoring five runs in the first inning, adding three more in the fourth, then getting single tallies in the fifth and sixth before coming up with five more in the seventh as the Tigers sent five pitchers to the mound.
Josh Gale doubled twice for GSA, driving in two runs. Josh Jones had an RBI triple and a single, Tom Crowe drove in a run with three singles and Nick Kane singled twice with an RBI to lead the GSA offense.
Righthander Jesse Dow went six innings on the mound for GSA, scattering seven hits and striking out five.
Lefthander Ben Olivari, who came on in the seventh, gave up a pair of singles and a walk but pitched his way out of the bases-loaded jam.
For the Tigers, Tommy Bell doubled home a run in the third inning and Mike Crowley and Joey Malloy each had a pair of singles.