Sunday Baseball Roundup: 15 total runs scored in 'Wolves' fourth inning

    Binghamton    9    Erie    6    F
NCAA Baseball
    Pitt Johnstown    7    Gannon    5    F/G1

    Pitt Johnstown    4    Gannon    2    F/G2

    Mercyhurst    11    Slippery Rock    2    F/G1

    Mercyhurst    8    Slippery Rock    0    F/G2
NCAA Softball
    Behrend    14    Pitt Greensburg    3    F

    Behrend    12    Pitt Greensburg    0    F

    Gannon    4    Seton Hill    2    F

    Gannon    1    Seton Hill    12    F/5

Courtesy: Erie SeaWolves

The SeaWolves were doomed by one large inning on Sunday afternoon as they dropped the series finale with the Binghamton Mets 9-6 at Jerry Uht Park.
A scoreless game was broken up in the top of the fourth inning against Erie starter Tommy Collier. With one out, Matt Reynolds walked, Matt Clark Singled and Cory Vaughn was hit by a pitch loading the bases for Kevin Plawecki. Plawecki grounded to third an on a Francisco Martinez error, two runs scored giving the Mets a 2-0 lead. Travis Taijeron followed with a three-run home run to left making it 5-0 Mets. Dustin Lawley walked and Wilfred Tovar singled putting two on for Kyle Johnson. Johnson singled to left, plating Lawley  for a 6-0 lead. Brian Burgamy followed with a double, plating Tovar making it 7-0 Mets. Reynolds and Vaughan each had RBI knocks as Binghamton built a 9-0 advantage.
Erie quickly responded in the last of the fourth against Mets starter Rainy Lara. With one out, Ramon Cabrera singled and Steven Moya doubled putting runners on second and third for Dean Green. Green doubled home Cabrera making it 9-1. Martinez followed with a knock to center, scoring Moya making it 9-2. With two outs, Jamie Johnson extended his hitting streak to six straight with a single to left, scoring Green making it 9-3. Jason Krizan walked, loading the bases for Eugenio Suarez. Suarez drew a bases loaded walk from Lara, scoring Martinez making it 9-4. Aaron Westlake singled home Johnson and Krizan making it a three-run game at 9-6. Erie would get no closer.
The ‘Wolves loaded the bases in the fifth but could not make any further noise as they were held to just one hit over the final five innings of the game.
Collier (0-4) allowed nine runs, seven earned, on six hits with two walks and two strikeouts.

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