Bottom left to right: Kyle Watson, Forrest Garcia, Blake Montague, Colby Rice, Travis Boggs, Darin Nelson, Peter Davis, Beau Ueland, Shane Quarterley Middle Row left to right: Chris Neifert, Kyle Beam, Robert Strys, Alex Torres, Isaias Zerufael, Jarren Goddard, Konner Reddick Top Row Left to right: Tucker Campbell, Malik Evans, Spencer Smith, Jared Priestly, Parker Sherrell, Travis Kelley, Jackson Bertsch, Erik Ruaro, Jeff Hardy Left to right coaches: Coach Johnny Bowden, Coach Jeff Lyle, Coach Josh Hogan, Coach Brian Vogel, Coach Josh Blunt Not Pictured: Erik Long

Titans’ season ends in loss to Edmonds

05/27/2014 09:06

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Lane’s run through the NWAACC baseball tournament came to end on Monday.

After holding on to beat Bellevue 6-3 in a late game Sunday night, the Titans saw their season draw to a close with a 9-2 set back against eventual tournament-champion Edmonds at David Story Field.

Lane (30-18) fell into an early 3-0 hole and couldn’t recover against the Tritons (39-8), who held a 9-6 edge in hits and took advantage of two Titan errors.

Spencer Smith went 2-for-4 with an RBI and Jarren Goddard drove in Lane’s only other run with a sacrifice fly in the sixth.

Edmonds defeated Bellevue 7-6 in Monday’s championship game.  Lane finished 3rd. 

 

Eugene Register Guard

 

Titans stay alive, top Treasure Valley

05/25/2014 09:04

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Lane will play on at the NWAACC baseball tournament.

The Titans won their second consecutive loser-out game on Saturday, getting a combined shutout from Parker Sherrell and Konner Reddick in a 7-0 victory over Treasure Valley on Saturday.

Lane (29-17) is one of four teams left standing in the tournament and will face Bellevue in a loser-out game at 7 p.m. today. Bellevue is the lone unbeaten team remaining in the tournament after beating Edmonds 6-5 on Saturday. If the Titans win today, they would need to win twice on Monday for the title.

Jarren Goddard hit a two-run single in the first inning for Lane, and Forrest Garcia and Blake Montague had RBI singles in a three-run fifth that gave the Titans a 5-0 lead.

 

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Titans blank Hawks at NWAACC tourney

05/24/2014 19:11

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Jeff Hardy and Jarred Priestley combined to pitch a six-hit shutout and lead Lane to a 6-0 victory over Columbia Basin at the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges baseball championships on Friday.

The Titans (28-17) face another elimination game at 11 a.m. today against Treasure Valley. Lane needs to win twice more to reach Monday’s championship round.

Hardy (6-4) gave up five hits over seven innings with six strikeouts and three walks.

Erik Long went 4-for-4 and scored three times for Lane, and Spencer Smith drove in three runs. Konner Reddick also was 3-for-4 with an RBI.

 

Tritons’ Johnson handcuffs Titans at NWAACC tourney

05/23/2014 09:49

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Zach Johnson pitched eight innings of two-hit ball to lead Edmonds to an 8-0 victory over Lane in the first round of the NWAACC baseball tournament on Thursday at Lower Columbia Community College.

The Titans (27-18), the second seed out of the South Region, will face Columbia Basin or Pierce in a loser-out game at 12:30 p.m. today

Kyle Olson went 3-for-4 and TC Florentine drove in two runs for Edmonds (35-7), which took a 6-0 lead after two innings and were never challenged after that. Florentine, Chris Osborne and Tyler Baker had two hits apiece for Edmonds.

Erik Long and Konner Reddick had Lane’s hits. Travis Kelley allowed nine hits in 1 2/3 innings and took the loss.

 

The Eugene Register Guard

 

Lane baseball puts 12 members on Southern Region All League Teams

05/20/2014 13:57

Twelve Titan baseball players were honored with All-Conference selections in the NWAACC Southern Region.  Those awarded are as follows:


1st Team:

  • Jeff Hardy - So... 68.0 innings / 56 strike outs / 2.51 ERA / 5 wins 4 losses
  • Konner Reddick - So. / .365 average with 13 RBI's
  • Shane Quarterley - Fr... 29.0 innings / 30 strike outs / 0.31 ERA / 3 wins 0 losses and 1 save
  • Jarren Goddard - So... .315 average / 32 RBI's and 5 home runs


2nd Team:

  • Travis Boggs - Fr... 20.2 innings / 10 strike outs / 0.00 ERA / 5 wins 0 losses and 3 saves
  • Travis Kelley - So... 31.1 innings / 22 strike outs / 0.57 ERA / 4 wins and 0 losses
  • Spencer Smith - So... .271 average / 20 RBI's and 27 runs scores
  • Darin Nelson - Fr... .309 average / 20 RBI's and 16 runs scores
  • Forrrest Garcia - Fr... .315 with 20 runs
  • Kyle Beam - Fr... .247 with 14 RBI's and 3 home runs
  • Tucker Campbell - So.... .309 with 21 RBI's and 29 runs scored
  • Erik Long - So... .279 with 18 RBI's at 28 runs scored


Gold Glove winners at their respective positions:

  • Forrest Garcia
  • Colby Rice

 

Titans win trio of games to earn playoff spot

05/17/2014 08:57

COOS BAY — Needing to win two of three games to earn a spot in the NWAACC baseball tournament, Lane did one better.

The Titans swept a doubleheader against Southwestern Oregon on Friday, beating the Lakers 9-6 and 7-1, and then added another victory over SWOCC by scoring four runs to win 6-2 in 13 innings in a game that had been suspended by darkness earlier in the season.

Jarred Goddard hit a grand slam in the seventh inning, helping the Titans score six runs to break open a 1-1 tie.

In the suspended game, the Titans scored four runs in the 13th inning, keyed by a two-run single by Eric Long, to finish off the Lakers.

The victories pushed the Titans to a 19-11 finish in the Southern Region, 27-16 overall, good for second place behind Clark.

The conference tournament will begin Thursday in Longview, Wash.

 

Titans sweep Clackamas with Clark twinbill today

05/12/2014 13:49
Lane swept a baseball doubleheader from visiting Clackamas on Sunday to set up an NWAACC South Region showdown with Clark College for 2 p.m. today.
 
In the first game, Jarred Priestley and Shane Quarterley combined on a six-hitter in the Titans’ 6-0 victory. Priestley (3-1) gave up six singles and struck out four without a walk over 7 1/3 innings, Konner Reddick doubled and homered, and Tucker Campbell went 4-for-4 with a double and an RBI for Lane.
 
In the second game, Reddick’s two-out single drove in Blake Montague from third with the winning run in the seventh inning for a 6-5 walk-off victory. Montague had two RBIs, and Travis Kelley (3-0) earned the victory with four innings of one-hit relief.
 
The Titans (23-15, 15-10) trail South-leading Clark (28-12, 18-8) by 2 1/2 games heading into today’s doubleheader.

 

Lane baseball splits doubleheader

05/04/2014 11:51

SALEM — Erik Long and Kyle Reddick had two hits apiece and Lane scored twice in the eighth inning to beat Chemeketa 4-3 in the second game of a NWAACC South Region baseball doubleheader on Saturday.

Long tripled and scored on an error in the eighth, and Jarren Goddard drove in Spencer Smith for the go-ahead run to lead Lane (21-14, 13-9).

Chemeketa (17-18, 9-13) won the opener 8-7, despite being out-hit 12-10 and committing six of the nine total errors in the game.

Darin Nelson went 3-for-5 and scored twice for the Titans during the set back.

 

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Pitching carries Saints to baseball sweep of Titans

05/03/2014 11:14

Michael McCall retired Tucker Campbell on a comebacker to the mound to strand the tying run on third and preserve Mount Hood’s 3-2 victory over Lane to complete a baseball doubleheader sweep at Titan Field on Friday.

Cole Hamilton drove in two first-inning runs for the Saints, and Louis Wolf had an RBI single in the third.

Konner Reddick and Darin Nelson each drove in a run for the Titans, and Erik Ruaro took the loss after allowing four hits and all three runs over 6 1/3 innings.

In the opener, Evan Jones hit a two-run home run in the first inning and Jake Dahlberg (5-2) scattered six hits, struck out three and pitched a complete game in a 4-2 victory for Mount Hood.

Lane cut the deficit to 2-1 in the fourth on Jarren Goddard’s RBI double and tied the score in the fifth on Erik Long’s run-scoring single. The Saints went ahead to stay on pinch hitter Jake Azevedo’s RBI double in the sixth and added an insurance on his bases-loaded single in the eighth.

Malik Evans took the loss for Lane in relief of starter Jarred Priestley, who went the first five innings. Evans recorded six of his eight outs on strikes.

The Titans (20-13, 12-8) trail Clark by two games for the lead in the NWAACC South Region. They play a doubleheader at Chemeketa starting at 1 p.m. today.

 

The Eugene Register Guard

 

Titans take two from Lakers

04/27/2014 11:59

Tucker Campbell had a double and a triple, Kyle Beam hit a home run and Lane rolled to 13-6 victory over Southwestern Oregon in the second game of an NWAACC South Region baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon.

The Titans also won the opener, 2-1, to improve to 22-10 overall and 12-6 in conference play, which is tied for first in the South Region standings with Clark. The Lakers (17-15, 12-7) dropped to third in the conference after entering the day in first.

Campbell (3-for-4) and Erik Long (2-for-3) each had multiple hits and scored twice for Lane in the nightcap.

Travis Kelley (2-0) earned the pitching victory in relief of starter Jackson Bertsch. Kelley has not given up a run in 13 innings this season.

In the opener, Jeff Hardy (5-2) pitched seven complete innings of one-run baseball and struck out eight batters with no walks to lead the Titans.

Long and Colby Rice each hit doubles in the victory.

 

The Eugene Register Guard

 

Young pitchers help lead Titans past Clark

04/20/2014 17:24

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Strong pitching by four freshmen and a sophomore led Lane Community College to a baseball doubleheader sweep of Clark on Saturday.

In the first game, sophomore Jeff Hardy (4-2) and freshman Kyle Watson combined on a five-hitter with seven strikeouts in a 13-0 victory in seven innings. Jarren Goddard drove in three runs, Konner Reddick added two RBIs, and Blake Montague had three of the Titans’ 12 hits.

In the nightcap, freshmen Jackson Bertsch (4-1), Shane Quarterley and Travis Boggs scattered five hits over seven innings in a 4-2 win. Forrest Garcia went 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs for Lane (18-9), which took over the NWAACC South Region lead at 10-4.

 

Courtesy The Eugene Register Guard

 

Clark pulls out sweep of Lane in baseball

04/19/2014 16:06

Clark College rolled to a 10-1 victory over Lane in the opener of an NWAACC Southern Region doubleheader on the strength of 12 hits from eight players.

The Titans had 10 hits of their own but stranded seven runners.

In the second game, Michael Gonzalez and Brayden Maney hit RBI singles to lead Clark a 4-1 victory and the sweep.

 

Courtesy The Eugene Register Guard

 

Titans baseball takes two at Clackamas

04/13/2014 10:17

OREGON CITY — The Lane baseball team took a pair of games Saturday on the road against Clackamas Community College. The Titans won the first game 2-1 and turned around to beat Clackamas 11-6 in seven innings in the second game.

Lane scored the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning after Clackamas tied it in the bottom of the sixth. Jeff Hardy earned the win for the Titans. He pitched seven innings and allowed one run on four hits. He also struck out five.

Isaias Zerufael was 2-for-4 for Lane, and Blake Montague was 1-for-2 with a solo home run.

In the second game, Lane fell behind 6-4 after giving up three runs in the bottom of the third inning. The Titans responded with three runs in the fourth and two more each in the top of the sixth and seventh. Five different Titans finished with two hits, led by Konner Reddick, who had a double and five RBIs. Tucker Campbell added three RBIs and a double as well for Lane.

 

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Goddard’s walkoff HR finishes Lane sweep

04/12/2014 14:21

Jarren Goddard hit a walkoff home run in the ninth inning to give Lane a 2-1 baseball victory over Clackamas Community College for a sweep of their doubleheader on Friday at Titan Field.

The Titans won the first game, 5-0.

 

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Lane splits two games with Chemeketa

04/07/2014 08:51

Lane split a doubleheader Sunday with Chemeketa in a NWAACC baseball series.

The Titans lost 8-3 in the first game but responded with a 4-3 win in the finale, winning on a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 11th inning.

Erik Long had the game-winning RBI. He finished the game 3-for-3.

 

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Bertsch earns third win in Lane victory

04/04/2014 09:10

SALEM — Jackson Bertsch pitched Lane Community College to an 8-3 baseball victory over Chemeketa in the first game of an NWAACC doubleheader on Thursday.

Bertsch, a freshman from Pleasant Hill, improved to 3-1. The second game was called because of rain with the score tied 1-1 in the seventh inning and will be finished Saturday before the Titans and Storm play another doubleheader in Eugene starting at 1 p.m.

Courtesy The Eugene Register Guard

 

Titans win nightcap to split with Centralia

03/23/2014 16:30

CENTRALIA, Wash. — Tucker Campbell and Jarren Goddard each had three hits and two RBIs to lead Lane to an 8-5 baseball victory over Centralia on Saturday for a split of their NWAACC doubleheader.

The Titans (8-5) recorded 14 hits in the nightcap, including five doubles and a triple to knock off Centralia.

Lane fell 5-4 in the opener when Centralia erased a 4-1 lead with a late rally, scoring three runs in the sixth and another in the seventh to seal the win.

Courtesy The Eugene Register Guard

 

Titans split with Treasure Valley

03/22/2014 09:28

Treasure Valley scored three runs in the top of the ninth to beat Lane 6-3 in the second game of a nonconference baseball doubleheader Friday at Titan Field.

After cruising to a 9-2 victory in the opener, the Titans (7-4) jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the nightcap. The score was tied at 3-3 after the eight inning, and the Chukars took control in the final frame.

Darin Nelson was 4-for-4 with an RBI and one run to lead Lane.

The Titans pounded out 13 hits and took advantage of five Treasure Valley errors to win Friday’s opener 9-2.

Colby Rice went 4-for-5 with three RBIs and scored two runs for Lane.

Jeff Hardy (2-1) earned the victory after giving up two runs on six hits and striking out seven in six innings.

 

Goddard, Titans light up George Fox jayvees

03/16/2014 13:06

Jarren Goddard went 2-for-4 with a home run and five RBIs, leading Lane to a 15-2 rout of George Fox’s JV team in a nonconference baseball game Saturday at Lane.

The Titans (5-3) had six different players record multiple hits, and Jackson Bertsch was credited with the win.

Goddard, a Thurston High graduate, leads the team in batting average (.565), home runs (3) and RBIs (12).

 

Goddard powers LCC to sweep of Centralia

03/14/2014 08:45

Cleanup hitter Jarren Goddard went 6-for-8 with two home runs and six RBIs to lead Lane Community College to a 10-1, 7-1 baseball doubleheader sweep of Centralia on Thursday at Titan Field.

The sophomore first baseman out of Thurston High was 4-for-4 with two doubles and in the opener. Jeff Hardy (1-1) allowed four hits and struck out 10 over six innings to earn the win, and Chris Neifert finished with three scoreless innings for the Titans (4-3).

Goddard hit two homers in the second game for four more RBIs. Kyle Watson, a former prep teammate of Goddard’s, added a solo homer, and Jared Priestley (1-0) pitched five innings for his first win.

 

Red Devils drop Titans

03/09/2014 10:34

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Lower Columbia College erupted for seven runs on seven hits to wipe out Lane’s 4-0 lead en route to a 9-6 NWAACC baseball victory in seven innings on Saturday at David Story Field.

The Red Devils (6-1) swept three games over two days from the Titans (2-3), with Saturday’s second game called because of rain in the first inning.

Blake Montague and Isaias Zerufael each had a double among Lane’s six hits. Malik Evans gave up six hits over six innings and took the loss.

The Titans next host Centralia in a doubleheader on Thursday.

 

Red Devils take two from Titans

03/08/2014 15:49

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Tanner Olson and two relievers held Lane to just four hits for Lower Columbia Community College in a 5-1 baseball victory to complete a doubleheader sweep at David Story Field on Friday.

Olson (1-0) gave up two singles to Lane’s Jarren Goddard over six innings for the Red Devils (5-1), who won their fifth consecutive game. The Titans (2-2) scored in the ninth on a bases-loaded fielder’s choice.

In the first game, Peter Leece’s second of two home runs, a three-run shot in the bottom of the seventh, was the winning blow in Lower Columbia’s 9-6 victory. Leece drove in five runs, and Mason Dunning also had a solo homer.

Lane finished with seven hits by seven players, highlighted by Darin Nelson’s two-run double in the fourth that tied the score at 4-4. Erik Long also had a double and an RBI, and starting pitcher Parker Sherell (0-1), who gave up five runs but only two earned over five innings, took the loss.

The teams will play another doubleheader starting at noon today.

 

Titans open baseball season with sweep

03/01/2014 13:57

WILSONVILLE — Lane Community College scored four times in the top of the ninth inning, with Colby Rice doubling home the game-winning run, in a 7-6 baseball victory over Bellevue at Wilsonville High School on Friday to complete a season-opening doubleheader sweep.

The Titans trailed 5-3 before Erik Long and Tucker Campbell singled and Spencer Smith reached base on an error to force in the first run in the ninth. Konner Reddick’s one-out sacrifce and another error gave Lane a 6-5 lead before Rice’s double capped the rally.

Bellevue scored once in the bottom of the ninth before Jackson Bertsch, who pitched the final two innings for the Titans, struck out Aaron Sandefur with runners on second and third to end the game and earn the win.

In the first game, Campbell’s two-run triple in the bottom of the eighth inning gave the Titans a 5-4 victory. Reddick and Jarren Goddard singled ahead of Campbell’s game-winning hit.

Chris Neifert, who came on in relief of starter Parker Sherrell in the seventh inning, picked up the win, and Travis Boggs pitched the ninth for the save. Spencer Smith, who also tripled, Goddard and Campbell each had two of the Titans’ 10 hits.

Lane hosts Centralia at Titan Field in a doubleheader starting at noon Saturday.

 

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