WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - The Jamestown Jammers did their scoring in four separate innings and ended a three-game losing streak in the New York-Penn League Wednesday night.
Jamestown tallied a run apiece in the first three innings and another in fifth to nail down a 4-3 win in the final game of a three-game series with Williamsport.
Jamestown got on the scoreboard in the first inning off Manaure Martinez (2-2) when singles by Michael Main and Viosergy Rosa set up an RBI infield out by Matt Juengel. Newcomer Kolby Copeland also delivered a grounder to second base that put Main in scoring position.
The Crosscutters tied it up with a leadoff triple off Ramon Del Orbe (3-5) by Roman Quinn and an infield out by Kyle Hoppy.
Jamestown took a short-lived 2-1 advantage in the second as Avery Romero walked, advanced to second on a wild pitch and scored on Kendrell Dewitt's double with two outs.
Back came Williamsport to tie it at 2-2 on a double by Larry Greene and a two-out single by Chace Numata in the second.
Jamestown took the lead for good with a run in the third.
Copeland singled, stole second and went to third on catcher Numata's error and scored on the same play when center fielder Hoppy misplayed the ball.
Jamestown upped the margin to 4-2 in the fifth when Copeland singled and scored on a single by Romero.
Copeland, Romero and Rosa led the Jammers with two hits each.
Jamestown begins a six-game home stand with a doubleheader with State College today at 5 p.m.