Titans Well Represented

09/03/2014 13:07

On September 27th the Annual NWAC Sophomore Showcase will take place at Bellevue College.  This skills showcase is a way to display second year players to various four year colleges.  Lane Community College is well represented at the event, as seven players have been nominated to participate.  

 

Playing for the South squad will be: Jackson Bertsch (Pitcher - 38 IP and 4.73 ERA), Malik Evans (Pitcher -22 IP and 5.31 ERA), Travis Boggs (Pitcher -22 IP and .037 ERA), Shane Quarterley (Pitcher -31 IP and .057 ERA), Kyle Beam (Catcher -.235 BA and 3 HR), Forrest Garcia (Outfielder -.343 BA) , and Darin Nelson (Infielder -.281 BA and 20 RBI'S).  Games will begin at 9:00 am. 

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. 

 

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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.

 

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