Sullivan County Democrat
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March 1, 2013 Issue
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Lori Brown | Democrat

In the top of the fifth inning of Friday afternoon’s NJCAA Region XV baseball game, SUNY Sullivan second baseman Corey Hamula forces out SUNY Ulster’s Andre Castro (1) at second base.

Generals 'home' in on first place

By Lori Brown
LOCH SHELDRAKE — The SUNY Sullivan Generals continued their home field dominance Friday, routing SUNY Ulster 14-4 in an error-filled game to remain in first place in Region XV.
It was the Generals ninth win in 10 games at Loch Sheldrake and improved their record to 21-13 overall and 11-3 in the Region.
“The Generals’ field has been nice to us,” said Coach Ryan Snair.
SUNY Sullivan trailed 2-1 heading into the bottom half of the fourth when it scored five unearned runs to take a  6-2 lead. The inning was aided by many Ulster errors.
The Generals put the game away in the fifth with more four more runs keyed by RBI hits by Juan Hilario, Jose Castellanos and Jossue Delgado’s.
In the sixth, more Ulster errors led to four more runs and a 10-run lead forcing the game to be called.
“Our pitcher Jose Rondon pitched a great game,” said Ulster Assistant Coach Erik Hartling. He went after batters, but his defense didn’t support him.”
Sullivan’s pitcher Jimmy Sanchez was the winning pitcher. “Jimmy did a good job keeping the ball down and is 4-0.”
Snair also praised his hitters for remaining patient and working the count.


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