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Colby Rice signs early with Western Oregon
Colby Rice has accepted a scholarship to play for Western Oregon starting in 2014/2015. Colby originally is from West Salem HS and was a 1st team all state player in 2012. As a freshman at Lane he played in 29 games while starting 15. Coach Blunt on Colby: "he is an exceptional defensive catcher and plays with a true grit. He is a very nice addition for the WOLVES and should be an immediate contributor."
Fall Titan World Series
- Team Black takes the series by winning game 3 in dramatic fashion 7-6. The Black came from behind in a 6-1 game and scored 6 runs in the bottom of the 5th to take the lead. Travis Boggs gained his second save in two days by throwing a perfect 6th.
- Game 2 went to the Black as they evened the series 1-1 and now forcing a final and decisive game 3. Black was lead by Parker sherrell who threw 3 innings and Travis Boggs who picked up the save. Game three will begin at 2:45 on Wednesday
- Royals won game one 7-4 behind 3 innings from Beau Ueland. They capitalized on two hits baseman and a squeeze by Konner Reddick in the 5th. Erik Long had 2 doubles in a losing cause for team Black. Game 2 will begin on Tuesday at 2:45 for the best of game 3 series.
Lane earns split with Roadrunners
ALBANY — Shaun Boehm’s two-out single scored Alex Cornwell from third with a run that Lane needed for a 6-5 victory over Linn-Benton and a split of their NWAACC Southern Region baseball doubleheader on Tuesday.
After the Titans rallied for three runs in the sixth to take a 5-4 lead, Cornwell’s triple and Boehm’s 29th RBI of the season made it 6-4. The Roadrunners scored once in the bottom of the seventh before Colben McGuire capped his 3 2/3 innings of relief with a strikeout to end the game with runners on second and third.
Boehm and Andrew Tracey each had two of Lane’s six hits.
In the opener, Linn-Benton rallied for three runs in the seventh inning for a 5-2 victory. Tracey had two hits and Matt Taylor hit a solo home run for the Titans.
The split left Lane 21-19 overall and 17-11 in the NWAACC South, five games behind region leader Mount Hood, with two regular-season games left against Chemeketa on Thursday. The Titans trail Linn-Benton (27-13, 19-9) by two games for the second and last playoff spot from the South Region.
Lane baseball splits with Mount Hood
GRESHAM — Lane split its NWAACC baseball doubleheader with South Region leader Mount Hood on Saturday, leaving the Titans four games behind the Saints with as many games to play.
In the opener, Matt Taylor scored an unearned run in the top of the 10th inning on Cody Chagnon’s single before Colben McGuire set down Mount Hood in order for his fifth save and a 2-1 Lane victory. Alex Cornwell was 3-for-4, and Chagnon was 2-for-5.
In the second game, the Saints scored seven times off Cornwell in the first five innings for a 7-4 win. Taylor was 3-for-4 with an RBI for the Titans (20-18, 16-10).
Titans snap skid with Laker sweep
Timely hitting and strong pitching push Lane back into the NWAACC South race
Alex Cornwell doubled home the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eighth inning to help Lane snap a four-game losing streak with a 4-2 victory over Southwestern Oregon Community College in the first game of an NWAACC baseball doubleheader on Tuesday at Titan Field.
Shaun Boehm followed with another double to drive in Cornwell with the final run, and Colben McGuire pitched a scoreless ninth for his fourth save.
Starter Nic Coffman went the first eight innings and allowed two earned runs on eight hits with six strikeouts to improve to 5-2.
Andrew Tracey and Daniel Copeland each drove in a run in the fourth to give Lane a 2-0 lead. The Lakers came back with two in the seventh on back-to-back RBI doubles by Dustin Jenkins and Jarrett Miller.
In the second game, Boehm was 2-for-2 with three RBIs and Coffman drove in two runs in a 7-3 victory over the Lakers to complete the sweep.
Corey Wynant also was 2-for-3 with an RBI as Jake Lessel, Zach Eyster and McGuire combined on a seven-inning five-hitter and struck out nine. Eyster (4-1), who pitched three innings of middle relief, picked up the win.
The Titans (19-17, 15-9 NWAACC South) visit region-leading Mount Hood (26-10, 19-5) on Saturday for a doubleheader.
Lane bats awaken in sweep of SWOCC
COOS BAY — Cody Chagnon went 2-for-5 and drove in two runs and Daniel Copeland was 2-for-3 with two RBIs to lead Lane Community College to a 10-7 victory over Southwestern Oregon in the first game of an NWAACC Southern Region baseball doubleheader on Saturday.
Lane also won the second game, 10-5, giving the Titans (13-13, 9-5 Southern Region) a five-game winning streak. Lane is in third place in the Southern Region, one game behind Linn-Benton for second.
Andrew Tracy also drove in two runs for the Titans, who had 17 hits and scored four runs in both the fifth and eighth innings. Every Lane player in the starting lineup had at least one hit, and seven players had two or more, including Cody McDonald, who went 3-for-3. Mitch Huff drove in three runs for the Lakers.
Tyler Johnson pitched seven innings of three-hit, shutout ball to earn the victory over the Titans.
In the second game, Tracy went 2-for-3 with two doubles and Corey Wynant went 2-for-3 and drove in three runs to lead Lane.
Matt Taylor added an RBI double for the Titans, and Alex Cornwell earned the victory, allowing six hits over five innings.
Pitching leads Titans to sweep of Cougars
Nic Coffman allowed just two hits over eight innings as Lane started an NWAACC baseball doubleheader sweep with a 9-1 victory over Clackamas on Tuesday.
Coffman (3-2) struck out four, and he also went 3-for-3 with a triple and drove in four runs while batting cleanup for the Titans (11-13, 7-5 South). Konner Reddick and Shaun Boehm, who doubled, also went 2-for-4 with an RBI.
In the second game, Keynan Middleton gave up two hits over six innings and struck out three in a 4-1 win. Boehm and Tylor DuMilieu each went 2-for-3 with an RBI, and Matt Taylor and Cody Chagnon had two hits each.
Cornwell helps LCC snap skid in doubleheader split with Storm
Alex Cornwell and two relief pitchers combined on a four-hitter as Lane Community College blanked Chemeketa, 2-0, on Saturday for a split of their NWAACC baseball doubleheader to snap a five-game losing streak.
Cornell (1-0) struck out four and walked four over five innings, and Zach Eyster and Keynan Middleton, who picked up his first save, each pitched an inning of hitless relief in the seven-inning victory. The Titans (9-13, 5-5) had just one hit — Matt Taylor’s leadoff double in the first — and scored on Shaun Boehm’s groundout that drove in Taylor and Daniel Copeland’s RBI groundout in the fifth.
The Storm (10-13) took the opener, 4-3, after scoring three unearned runs off Lane starter Colben McGuire (0-3), who struck out a season-high 13 in 8 1/3 innings. Cody Chagnon, Andrew Tracy and Corey Wynant each had an RBI for the Titans.
Saints drub Lane twice in NWAACC baseball sweep
GRESHAM — Jake Thran’s grand slam highlighted an eight-run fourth inning in Mount Hood’s 13-1 baseball victory over Lane Community College that started a doubleheader sweep on Thursday.
In the second game, Ryan Degner doubled twice and drove in three runs in an 11-3 win for the Saints (14-6), who share the NWAACC South Region lead with Linn-Benton at 7-1.
Cody Chagnon and Wynant Corey doubled for the Titans (8-12, 4-4) in the first game. Matt Taylor had a triple among his two hits in the nightcap.