Daniel Webster gets Past UMF

Daniel Webster gets Past UMF
Nashua, N.H. – UMaine Farmington fell to Daniel Webster on Tuesday afternoon by a score of 8-7 in non-conference action at Harvey Woods Field.

Records

The Beavers fall to 2-9 overall while Daniel Webster moves to 2-11.

In The Box

-       The Beavers sent 12 different players to the plate to tally a total of 11 hits. Derek Bowen led the team with three hits in five at-bats with two RBI's.

-       Kevin Carter went 2-3 on the day with one run and one RBI followed by Mark Leahy as he finished with two hits and one RBI.

-       Riley Chickering started the game giving up one earned run in three innings, Justin Rodrigue came in second, throwing two innings, giving up one earned run.

-       Ryan Pratt was tagged with the loss, threw two innings giving up four hits, five earned runs and two walks.

-       Dakota Williams led Daniel Webster with three RBI's while Dan Mullins had two RBI's.

-       Mike Gamache went 2-3 with two runs.

-       Matt Daulton started the game and threw 1.2 innings, giving up five hits, seven runs with two of them being earned. Dakota Williams was awarded the win after throwing three innings, only giving up three hit. Matt Alberino was given the save after throwing the ninth and giving up one hit.

How it Happened

The Beavers sent 11 men to the plate in the second scoring the seven spot on five hits, and were aided by one Eagle error, three walks and a hit batsman.

The scoring started when Gage Cote singled to right to score Mark Leahy followed by Trevor Hisler reaching on an error to score Jimmy Parks. Jordan Croteau then walked with the bases loaded to score Tyler Flayhan. Derek Bowen then singled to score Cote, Kevin Carter singled to left to score Croteau. Mark Leahy singled down the line to score Carter which capped off the Beavers seven run inning.

The Eagle started their climb up the hole in the third with Mullins' one-out double that scored Rudy Acosta and the hosts scraped for another in the fourth as Gamache opened with a walk, stole second, moved to third on a ground out and scored on a wild pitch.

The Eagles' sixth saw 10 men head to the plate and generated the runs on just three hits as they also drew a pair of walks and hits by pitch. DWC loaded the bases with one out and a Kyle Hodgdon grounder to second scored Alberino to make it 7-4. Mike Pelletier was later plunked with the bases full for a 7-5 game and Mullins was nicked a few moments later to make it 7-6, setting up William's eventual gamer that was hit sharply to right.

Records

The Beavers fall to 2-9 overall while Daniel Webster moves to 2-11.

In The Box

-       The Beavers sent 12 different players to the plate to tally a total of 11 hits. Derek Bowen led the team with three hits in five at-bats with two RBI's.

-       Kevin Carter went 2-3 on the day with one run and one RBI followed by Mark Leahy as he finished with two hits and one RBI.

-       Riley Chickering started the game giving up one earned run in three innings, Justin Rodrigue came in second, throwing two innings, giving up one earned run.

-       Ryan Pratt was tagged with the loss, threw two innings giving up four hits, five earned runs and two walks.

-       Dakota Williams led Daniel Webster with three RBI's while Dan Mullins had two RBI's.

-       Mike Gamache went 2-3 with two runs.

-       Matt Daulton started the game and threw 1.2 innings, giving up five hits, seven runs with two of them being earned. Dakota Williams was awarded the win after throwing three innings, only giving up three hit. Matt Alberino was given the save after throwing the ninth and giving up one hit.

How it Happened

The Beavers sent 11 men to the plate in the second scoring the seven spot on five hits, and were aided by one Eagle error, three walks and a hit batsman.

The scoring started when Gage Cote singled to right to score Mark Leahy followed by Trevor Hisler reaching on an error to score Jimmy Parks. Jordan Croteau then walked with the bases loaded to score Tyler Flayhan. Derek Bowen then singled to score Cote, Kevin Carter singled to left to score Croteau. Mark Leahy singled down the line to score Carter which capped off the Beavers seven run inning.

The Eagle started their climb up the hole in the third with Mullins' one-out double that scored Rudy Acosta and the hosts scraped for another in the fourth as Gamache opened with a walk, stole second, moved to third on a ground out and scored on a wild pitch.

The Eagles' sixth saw 10 men head to the plate and generated the runs on just three hits as they also drew a pair of walks and hits by pitch. DWC loaded the bases with one out and a Kyle Hodgdon grounder to second scored Alberino to make it 7-4. Mike Pelletier was later plunked with the bases full for a 7-5 game and Mullins was nicked a few moments later to make it 7-6, setting up William's eventual gamer that was hit sharply to right.