Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College used a 14-hit attack to win the first game of a community college baseball doubleheader Saturday at Jefferson Davis Junior College in Brewton, Ala.
The Bulldogs (2-2) won the opener 10-6 but dropped the nightcap 5-3.
In the opener, Gulf Coast used a three-run seventh inning to secure the victory. Richie Clark had three hits, including a double and two RBIs while Tyler Quave had two doubles. James Land added a double and two RBIs while Jacob Swiney also chipped in two hits.
Bulldog pitchers Kolby Ross, Kyle Cumlander, and Winston Wilson all combined for the win, with Cumlander (1-0) earning the decision.
In the nightcap, Clark had two more hits while Taylor Olsen (0-1) took the loss despite giving up no earned runs and striking out four.
Gulf Coast hits the road again Tuesday for a doubleheader at Baton Rouge.
Pearl River sweeps Baton Rouge: Pearl River Community College (4-0) defeated winless Baton Rouge 4-1 and 9-1 on Saturday.
Brandon Pennington (1-0) was the winner in the opener with nine strikeouts. Lamar Anthony had two hits.
Phillip Chandler (1-0) was the winning pitcher in the second game. Darien Brown had three hits and Anthony two, including a double.
Baton Rouge is now 0-7.