Seckman Halts Sullivan’s Winning Streak
Sullivan had their six-game winning streak snapped on Wednesday with a 10-4 loss to Seckman.
The Jaguars scored seven runs in the final two frames. Seckman led 3-2 after four innings, but scored four in the fifth and three in the sixth.
Despite the loss, Sullivan reached the 10-game mark with an 8-2 record and their best start since 2012.
Jacob Miller continued his torrid hitting, picking up two hits and scoring a run.
Austin Frye added two hits, including a double and a run scored.
Cody McKinney, JD McReynolds, Logan McCummiskey and Blayten Nolie all had hits.
Joshua Wiese started and went four innings. He struck out three, walked three, allowed five hits and three runs.
McReynolds took over and allowed seven hits and six earned runs. He also had one strikeout.
Sullivan again scored the game’s first run, going on top in the first inning. Miller led off with a single, advanced to second on a groundout by Frye, then scored on an infield hit by McReynolds.
Seckman tied it up in the home half of the first when Dom Laxton walked and scored on Ethon Anderson’s double to right.
The Jaguars went on top in the second on a leadoff double by Josh Hergert and a one-out single by Ayden Bahr.
Sullivan tied the game when they came to bat in the third. McKinney singled and Jacob Hatcher bunted and reached on an error. McReynolds moved them into scoring position and Juergens lofted a sacrifice fly to center, scoring McKinney.
Seckman snapped the tie for good. In the fourth, Wiese put the first two runners on, and after a sacrifice by Hergert, Trent Seymore blooped a single to left, driving in a run.
Sullivan put the go-ahead run on base in the fifth when Frye reached on an error and McKinney walked. After a strikeout of Hatcher, McReynolds lined into a double play in right, which nabbed Frye.
Seckman pulled away with a long bottom of the fifth that saw them send eight batters to the plate and score four runs.
Sullivan added a run in the sixth when Nolie had a two-out RBI single to score Will Allen. Seckman put the game further out of reach with three more in the bottom of the inning.
Frye scored off an error in the seventh to give the Eagles their final run.