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Texas Collegiate League recap 07-26-09

TexasCollegiateLeagueLogo Victoria Generals 7 McKinney Marshals 0

(VIctoria, Tx) The Victoria Generals of the Texas Collegiate League swept the recent series with the McKinney Marshals Sunday night at Riverside Park.

Michael Oros (San Jacinto) limited the defending league champs to just two hits over the 6 innings of work to pick up his second victory of the season and the Generals won 7-0. Covey Morrow threw two hitless innings and Tom Filip finished off the shutout.

The offense was led again by Mike Davis with a bases loaded double that knocked in three runs in the first inning. Then in the third, Davis started a two out rally with a single, Mark Hudson singled, and Brian Nephew was hit by a pitch. Kenny Jackson knocked in two and Zach Briggs continued his clutch hitting with a double to score two more and finish off the Generals scoring.

The Generals are now 23-12 and lead the TCL by 3 games. The homestand continues Monday night with the first of 2 games versus the second place East Texas Pumpjacks.

East Texas Pump Jacks 7 Brazos Valley Bombers 3

Bryan-College Station, TX (July 26, 2009) –

The Brazos Valley Bombers came up on the short end of the stick tonight, as they fell 7-3 to the East Texas Pump Jacks in front of 1249 fans. It was also Charity Night at Brazos Valley Bank Ballpark, as several non-profit organizations enjoyed the action thanks to the generous support of many sponsors from around the Bryan-College Station area.

The Bombers took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on Cliff Vaughn’s RBI single, but the strong hitting of the Pump Jacks began to show and they took a 6-1 lead in the seventh inning.

Wes Schill and Casey Dykes scored in the bottom of the seventh inning to cut the lead in half, but East Texas relief pitchers Abel Gonzalez and Ian Schwalenberg put the clamp on and held the lead.

East Texas tacked on another in the top of the ninth to make it 7-3 and secure the win to give the Jacks the two- game sweep. With the loss the Bombers dropped to 17-19 on the season and will travel to Coppell tomorrow to face off against the Copperheads.

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