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Wolves split with Coahoma at Sullivan Field

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April 18, 2017

WESSON – The Wolves moved to 14-19 on the year as Co-Lin split with Coahoma in a MACJC matchup at Sullivan Field on Good Friday. Co-Lin is now 8-8 in league play and currently in tenth place in the state. The Wolves are back at Sullivan Field Wednesday, April 19 at 3 p.m. as East Central travels to Wesson. Watch the game live at colinathletics.com.

Co-Lin 10, Coahoma 8

The Tigers jumped out in front in the first inning after an error, fielder’s choice, and single gave Coahoma a 3-0 lead.

J.T. Wright was able to get one back for the Wolves in the bottom half of the inning with a single that scored Chandler Dillard who was running for CJ Estave. Estave reached base with a single.

In the third, the Coahoma’s Hunter Wilson blasted a two-run homer to right field. The towering homer gave the Tigers a 5-1 lead over the Wolves.

Co-Lin scored two in the bottom of the fourth after a throwing error scored Kody Smith and Reggie Conner.

Kyle Whittington singled with a bunt in the sixth and scored Mordecai. Conner came across on a passed ball and Whittington scored later in the inning on a sacrifice fly from Wright to give Co-Lin a 6-5 lead.

Coahoma plated three in the seventh off a single and double to regain the lead, 8-6.

The Wolves took the lead in the eighth after an error scored Tyler McLeod, a fielder’s choice scored Williams, and a double from Conner plated Mordecai. The productive inning gave the Wolves a 10-8 lead.

Estave and Wright each collected multiple hits for Co-Lin. Wright and Conner each drove in two runs to lead the Wolves.

Zachary Gilder, Wilson, and Hector Torres each collected multiple hits for the Tigers. Gilder led Coahoma with three hits in four at bats.

Josh Stephens earned the win for Co-Lin. He tossed one and one-third innings, giving up zero runs, one hit, striking out one, and walking zero. Anthony Clapp recorded the last three outs to earn the save for the Wolves. Eduardo Munoz took the loss for Coahoma. He pitched one and two-thirds innings, surrendering four runs, and three hits.

Latalo Newson started the game for the Tigers. He tossed three and a third innings, giving up two runs, and four hits. Christian Day started the game for Co-Lin. Day went six and two-thirds innings, giving up seven runs, seven hits, and striking out eight.

Coahoma 13, Co-Lin 8

After one and a half innings of play the Tigers led Co-Lin 3-0. In the bottom of the second Mordecai hit a sacrifice fly to center to score Wright and Kyle Whittington ripped a single to score Smith. Going into the third the Wolves trailed 3-2.

Co-Lin tied the game at three apiece in the bottom of the third after Williams scored on a wild pitch, but Coahoma led off the fourth with a solo homer to pull out front 4-3.

The Wolves kept the game back-and-forth as Estave lined a double to centerfield and scored Whittington to tie the game yet again.

The Tigers once again pulled out in front with a single that scored two runs to give them a 6-4 advantage.

In the bottom of the sixth Reggie Conner blast a solo homer to left to cut the lead to just 6-5.

Coahoma had a big inning in the seventh as several hits and back-to-back homers gave the Tigers a 13-5 lead.

Co-Lin battled back in the bottom of the seventh, but fell short. Austin O’Flynn hit a solo homer, Estave drove in another run, and Conner scored on a wild pitch.

Estave and Wright each collected multiple hits for Co-Lin. Estave led the Wolves with three hits in five at bats.

Alexis Rodriguez, Hayden Tapper,  Marquellus Edgeston, and Drew Smith each collected multiple hits for Coahoma Community College.

Pala earned the win for Coahoma Community College. He pitched six and two-thirds innings, giving up eight runs, nine hits, and striking out one. Zach James took the loss for Co-Lin. He went two and a third innings, surrendering two runs, four hits, striking out four, and walking zero.