Jammers Suffer Twin Bill Sweep At Geneva

GENEVA — The Jamestown Jammers dropped a pair of Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League contests against Geneva on Monday, as the Red Wings were a 5-3 winner in the opener before claiming a 6-0 win to cap off the night.

Geneva remains in second place in the West Division, 7¢ games back of the Jammers, who are now 20-9 on the year.

Despite the Jammers grabbing three runs in the first inning of the opener, the Red Wings were able to fight their way back with two in the third and two in the fourth to pick up the lead and an insurance run in the sixth.

Geneva scattered 10 hits, with Austin Jackson leading the way with three singles and an RBI while Brandon Nania did his best for the Jammers, belting a two-run home run.

Isaiah Moten struck out two and walked two in the complete-game performance for Jamestown.

It was a five-run second inning that lifted the hosts to their second win of the night, as Jack Harris led the offense with two hits, including a home run.

The Jammers used three different pitchers in relief after Trevor Lloyd got the start on the hill.

The Jammers return to action Wednesday, hosting the Glens Falls Dragons at 7:05 p.m. at Diethrick Park.