Gulf Coast splits pair

By The News Herald

Posted Feb 24, 2018 at 10:27 PM


CUTHBERT, Ga. — Gulf Coast went from one extreme to the other while splitting a doubleheader with Andrew College on Saturday in junior college baseball.


Alec Aleywine pitched five strong innings, had three hits and knocked in five runs as the Commodores dominated Andrew College 17-2 to win the second game of the twinbill.


The opener was almost the direct opposite as the Commodores, 10-7, were held to three hits during a 6-2 loss. Colby Mullins of Blountstown, Brady Jones and Andrew Wingate silenced Gulf Coast’s offense and the Fighting Tigers snapped a 2-2 tie with three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to take control.


Will Barry had four hits for Andrew and Dahlton Cash drove in two runs. Ben Rowdon had an RBI for Gulf Coast.

The Commodores erupted for 13 runs in the second game before Andrew could respond. Aleywine went five innings and struck out eight and Peyton Knight relieved and fanned three.


Brett Wisely added four RBIs, Malik Spratling had three hits and three RBIs and JT Duncan had three hits for the Commodores.


Gulf Coast plays a single game on Tuesday at Wallace Dothan.


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