RICHMOND, Va. - Jamestown Community College opened its baseball season with two losses to Chesapeake College on Saturday.
In the first game, Chesapeake had 20 hits en route to a 15-5 decision over the Jayhawks and in the nightcap as was Chesapeake winning, 3-0.
Jake Harford was JCC's starting pitcher in the opener followed by Joelvy DelaCruz and Nekyle Taylor. Harford was the relieved in the fifth by Delacruz and in the sixth Taylor took over.
Conner Borowski had two hits and scored three runs. also having two hits were Jose Hernandez, Elio Gonzalez and Christian VanNote in the 11-hit JCC attack.
Imaziah McIntosh had a triple for the lone extra base hit in the twinbill.
The nightcap saw the Jayhawks collect only three singles in the shutout loss.
Tom Hearst of JCC pitched well for five innings despite being hit on the kneecap early in the game. He struck out nine and walked two while allowing two earned runs.
Ryan Songer finished up with a inning of relief in which he fanned one and walked one.
The most serious threat came in the seventh inning when JCC put runners on first and second, but couldn't advance them any further.
JCC is back in action today with a twinbill at 10 a.m. versus St. Clair CC of Michigan and at 1 p.m. against Garrett College of Maryland.