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CCBC Baseball Spring Break recap

CCBC Baseball Spring Break recap

March 25

CCBC Catonsville played one of its best games of the season Friday, deafeating Fulton-Montgomery Community College 14-1, in six innings.

The Cardinals received an outstanding performance from starting pitcher Nicholas Demario, who allowed just two hits in five innings and gave up zero runs.

Demario received plenty of help from his teammates, as the Cardinals put up eight runs in the third nning to take a commanding 11-0 lead.

Third basebam Matthew Thomas collected three hits and scored two runs, while Christian Munoz went 3-for-4 with two RBIs.

March 26

CCBC Catonsville split a double header vs Frederick Community Collegte on Saturday, losing the first game 3-2 and taking the second game 3-0.

GAME ONE:

Despite a strong perforance from starting pitcher Brandon O'Malley, Catonsville couldn't figure out opposing pitcher Carson Bach, who struck out 12 Cardinals on the day.

Frederick walked off in the eighth inning to secure the win. 

Catonsville was lead by firstbaseman Edward Nottinggam who added two RBIs and had two of the Cardinals three hits.


GAME TWO:

CCBC Catonsville bounced back in the second game of its twin bill and shut out Frederick 3-0.

Starting pitcher Nicholas Collins threw six scoreless innings and struckout five.

Craig Lopez came in to record the save by striking out the side in the seventh.

Right fielder Dalton Swanger came up big with a two-run double to help secure the win for the Cardinals.

March 29

The Cardinals faced Anne Arundel Community College on Tuesday and came away with an impressive 4-2 victory.

Starting pitcher Dalton Swanger put together four solid innings, giving up just one earned run.

The bullpen helped secure the win, thanks to three strong innings from Ryan Yesner. Craig Lopez recorded the save.

Jordan Sanders crushed a two-run home run and Matthew Thomas and Christian Laidley each added two hits to lead the Cardinals.

March 31

CCBC Catonsville defeated sister campus CCBC Dundalk on Thursday 9-8.

Chrisitan Laidley had three hits, including a home run to carry the Cardinals.

Eight different Cardinals recorded a hit and Edward Nottingham added three RBIs.

O'Malley pitched five solid innings, holding a dangerous CCBC Dundalk lineup in check.

Closer Craig Lopez was able to shutdown Dundalk's comeback attempt and recorded his fifth save of the season.

April 3

 The Cardinals double header vs. Mercer County Community College was postponed due to rain.