Jammers’ Red-Hot Streak Continues

ONEONTA — The Jamestown Jammers scored in only two innings but that was enough to give them their eighth straight Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League victory on Monday night.

Jamestown scored four runs in the fourth inning and added three more in the eighth en route to a 7-3 win over the Oneonta Outlaws at Damaschke Field.

With the win, the Jammers improve their league record to 22-5 in the West Division, which is the best in the league. Oneonta slips to 6-18 and it is sixth in the East Division.

Trailing, 1-0, the Jammers took the lead for good by scoring four runs in the fourth inning. Chris Stefi had a two-run double and John Conti an RBI double to highlight that inning.

The Jammers added three more runs in the eighth inning to pull away from a 4-3 margin. Jimmy Standohar had an RBI single, Conti had an RBI single and Casey Vincent chipped in with RBI double.

Oneonta took the lead in the second inning when Ian Fair tripled and came in on Mark Tsukroff’s fielder’s choice.

In the fifth, Oneonta closed to within 4-3 on a single by Mike Brown and a sacrifice fly by Stone Pellegrino.

Mike Ginither, Isaac Meza and Connor Ryan did the pitching for the Jammers, allowing seven hits, with Ginither picking up the win.

Jamestown’s Christ Conley went 3-for-5 with a double and raised his average to .402 average for the season. Standohar and Conti added two hits apiece to raise their averages to .410 and .320 respectively.

Brown was the only Oneonta player with two hits.

Jamestown has a rare Tuesday night off before taking on Elmira on Wednesday at Diethrick Park with a 7:05 p.m. start.