ROCHESTER - The seventh inning of the nightcap game enabled Jamestown Community College's baseball team to earn a split with Monroe CC in the season opener of the Western New York Athletic Conference on Saturday.
Jamestown, which was beaten 11-1 in five innings of the first game by the 10-run rule, rallied for four runs in the seventh of the second game to edge the Tribunes, 11-10, to give new coach Dick Adams his first win.
Highlighting the decisive rally for the Jayhawks were kopy Kondrilyk's two-run single, an error on Connor Borowski's infield smash and Terrance Goodrum's sacrifice fly.
Matt Fowler (1-0) set down the side in order on two popups and an infield out and JCC had a rare win over MCC, which scored three runs off Fowler to go ahead, 11-8, in the sixth.
For the twin bill, Levi Madden had four hits, and Borowski, Kondrilyk and Jose Hernandez all had three. With his hits, Kondrilyk drove in four runs and Madden scored four runs.
Jake Harford (0-1) was given the assignment of the first game and was in it until the fourth inning when Monroe scored seven runs to break it open. Tim Grant and Dylan Caldwell relieved after Harford.
Caldwell was hit by a throw from the outfield in the mouth and lost some teeth. He had two hits before leaving and his status is unknown for today's twin bill against host Niagara County starting at 1 p.m.
Lyle Howard pitched three innings of the nightcap followed by Joe DelaCruz for two innings and then Fowler.