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Titans 6 SWOCC 4 | Titans sweep six-game season series

Jaxon Woodhouse Photo Courtesy Trent Toyama (The Torch)
Jaxon Woodhouse Photo Courtesy Trent Toyama (The Torch)

Titans score first then fall behind in 6-4 win and series sweep.

How it happened: The Titans opened the game with a run in the 1st off a Jaxon Woodhouse fielder's choice RBI that scored Skyler Vail.

SWOCC would respond with a three-run double in the 2nd to make it 3-1.

The Titans got their second run in the bottom half-of-the 2nd off a wild pitch that scored Kyle Strange; Matt Dallas then singled in Drew Staley to tie the game at 3.

Later in the 2nd Jaxon Woodhouse would get his second RBI off a single that scored Skyler Vail and Jack Swisher (Swisher scored off an error so no second RBI) to make it 5-3 Titans. Capping the five run 2nd inning was Logan Zozaya who hit a sacrifice fly to center field for a 6-3 lead.

The Lakers got an RBI-groundout in the 3rd to make it 6-4.

The Lakers got the tying runners on base in the 7th, but a lineout, two stolen bases to put the tying runs in scoring position and strikeout ended the game 6-4 Titans.

What/who stood out: six runs makes 17 straight games with a run after being shutout 2-0 vs Linn-Benton…one double makes 11 straight games with an XBH…nine pitching strikeouts gives them 32 total in the four games; most in any four-game series during conference play…12 walks is tied for the most in a two game stretch against one team; second most to 13 walks in the first two games vs Big Bend (at Edmonds) and at Edmonds…an error makes 22 straight games with no multi-errorless games in-a-row.

Jack Swisher went 1-of-3 with a walk and run scored…Matt Dallas went 2-of-3 with a double, RBI and walk…Logan Zozaya had a RBI-sacrifice fly…Drew Staley went 2-of-2 with a walk…Trestyn Dumilieu went two scoreless innings with no hits, one walk and three strikeouts…Curran Mitzel pitched a scoreless inning and got his first career win…Hayden Curtis picked up the save (2) after striking out two in the 7th.

What it means: The Titans were already locked into 3rd place coming into the day, but two wins gives them a 22-18 overall record and 14-10 in conference.

What's next: The Titans will travel to a Super Regional site as a three-seed. The regional is hosted by a two seed next weekend. The Titans will face a four-seed from another region. The regional is double elimination. More information will be available from the conference on Monday.