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SCC Baseball Splits With Olympic - SCC Wins First Region Road Game
SCC Baseball Splits With Olympic - SCC Wins First Region Road Game of Year:

The Shoreline Community College Baseball Team won its first region road game of the year, 6-1 over Olympic College in Game 2 yesterday,, but could have had a sweep, as the Dolphins led 3-1 in the bottom of 7th of the first game (7 inning game), but could not stop a OC rally and dropped the game, 4-3.

In Game 2, SCC fell behind 1-0 after the first inning, but SCC scored 2 runs in the 3rd and 4th innings and added single runs in the 8th and 9th for insurance in the 6-1 victory. SCC was outhit in the game, 10 to 9, but made their hits count more. 

Layton Bush was the winning pitcher, throwing a complete game for the Dolphins, allowing 1 run (unearned) and striking out 5 in the game while leaving 10 baserunners stranded. Christian Estabillo had 2 hits for Shoreline, to include a double while scoring a run and having 1 RBI. Luis Delmar also had 2 hits for SCC and Matt Cottingham had a double.

In Game 1, SCC rallied for 3 runs in the 5th inning to overcome a OC 1-0 lead. Cottingham had another double with 2 RBIs and scored a run in that 5th inning rally. Daniel Cavanaugh had a double as well and 1 RBI for the Dolphins.

Ryan Garrett was the hard luck pitcher for SCC allowing only 2 earned runs in 6.1 innings, striking out 8 and being dominant until that ill fated 7th inning.

SCC is now 4-27 for the year, 3-15 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Olympic falls to 11-19 overall and 2-12 in the region.

The two teams met today at 1:00 PM at Meridian Park in Shoreline for a doubleheader. The Dolphins have 8 more games left in the season.
SCC Names Jason Shaw and Matt Sweeny Baseball Players of the Week
SCC Names Jason Shaw and Matt Sweeny Baseball Players of the Week:

Jason Shaw was named the SCC Baseball Player of the Week for April 9-15. Shaw pitched a 5-0 shutout of Bellevue College, the #1 ranked team in the NWAACC on April 15. Jason held BC to just 2 hits in the game. Shaw also pitched SCC to victory over Douglas College on April 22 in a 6-1 win and a 4 hitter for Shaw.

Matt Sweeny was named SCC Player of the Week for April 16-22, as he went 4-7 on Sunday, in a doubleheader with Douglas College. Sweeny also 4 RBIs in the two games and scored a run. 

SCC is now 3-26 on the season and 2-14 in the NWAACC Northern Region. 

SCC plays Olympic College next weekend in a four game set, the Dolphins travel to Olympic on Saturday and return back to Meridian Park on Sunday for a 1:00 PM doubleheader.
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SCC Baseball Splits With Douglas College On Sunday
SCC Baseball Splits With Douglas College On Sunday:

The SCC Baseball Team plays its best games on Sunday, at Meridian Park, the first game of the doubleheader. For the second week in a row, SCC played a great first game at Meridian Park, beating Douglas College of Vancouver, BC 6-1. SCC dropped the second game, 9-4, after wasting a 3-0 lead into the 5th inning.

In the opening game, Jason Shaw pitched a great game, as he beat the NWAACC's #1 Ranked Team last week, in Bellevue College, 5-0. This week he held Douglas to 4 hits and only one earned run in 7 innings of work. The SCC offense scored 3 runs in the first and in the second to take a 6-1 lead and the Dolphins never looked back. Matt Sweeny had 2 hits and 2 RBIs to lead the SCC offense, whill Jordan Padilla had 2 hits as well and Matt Cottingham scored 2 runs for SCC.

In Game 2, SCC again scored 3 runs in the bottom of the first inning and it held up to the top of fifth, when Douglas exploded for 6 runs. Douglas added single runs in the 6th, 7th and 9th innings to push their total to 9 runs for the game. SCC could only muster a single run in the 6th inning.

Willie Davies took the loss for SCC, but did have 6 strikeouts in 6 innings of work. Matt Sweeny again had 2 hits and 2 RBIs for Shoreline.

SCC goes to 3-26 for the season and 2-16in the NWAACC Northern Region. Douglas is now 10-10 overall and 8-8 in the region.

Shoreline plays Olympic College next weekend in a four game Northern Region series. OC is 10-18 overall and 1-11 in the region. SCC plays at Olympic on Saturday and returns to Meridian Park on Sunday at 1:00 PM again for a doubleheader.
SCC Baseball Drops Two Games On Saturday to Douglas College
SCC Baseball Drops Two Games On Saturday to Douglas College:

The undermanned Shoreline Community College Baseball Team dropped two games on Saturday to Douglas College in Vancouver, BC as SCC playing with only 20 players (24 is the limit) with injuries mounting for the Dolphins.

In Game 1, Douglas pitcher Sean Callegari pitched a 7 inning shutout over the SCC squad with 8 strikeouts. SCC was limited to all singles in the game by 3 different hitters. Douglas scored 1 run in the first, 3 in the third and 2 in the fourth for their 6 runs in the game.

In Game 2, SCC battled hard through the first 3 innings, holding the score 0-0, but DC broke through in the bottom of the 4th with 5 runs off SCC starter, Layton Bush. The Dolphins fought back in the top of 6th, scoring 3 runs but could not muster any more offense and Douglas scored again in 8th and SCC dropped a 6-3 game. SCC only had 4 singles from four different players in the game. SCC could not take total advantage of 6 DC errors in the game.

SCC is 2-23 on the year, 1-13 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Douglas moves to 9-9 overall and 7-7 in the region. Both teams play today at 1:00 PM at Meridian Park in Shoreline, WA
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SCC Baseball Upsets #1 Ranked Bellevue College 5-0
SCC Baseball Upsets #1 Ranked Bellevue College 5-0:

The Dolphin Baseball Team that was outscored by Bellevue College on Saturday 24-1, struck back on Sunday at Meridian Park in Shoreline, with a 5-0 upset of the #1 ranked team in the NWAACC, Bellevue College in the first game of the day. Lightning almost struck twice, as SCC lead 1-0 after the 7th inning of the second game, but the Bulldogs pulled through with a 4 run ninth to dismantle the hopes of a second upset on the day, 5-2.

In game 1, SCC struck early, scoring two runs in the first and then adding 3 in the 4th for th 5-0 win. Jason Shaw pitched a 2 hit shutout for his first victory of the year. Shaw stuck out just one and walked one, but kept the Bulldogs off stride. He pitched out of a bases loaded jam in the 7th, Bellevue's only threat of the game. Matt Cottingham lead SCC in hitting with a 3-3 game including a double.

In Game 2, Willie Davies pitched 7 shutout innings before allowing a run in the 8th, which tied the game. Davies struck-out 6 and allowed only 1 walk on the day. Ethan Berchet-Hall took the loss for SCC as he started the top of the 9th but could not finish the inning.

SCC was held to 4 hits in the game, but Daniel Cavanaugh and Matt Cottingham had doubles for SCC. SCC pushed across a run in the bottom of the 7th inning, to take a 1-0 lead and the potential of a sweep, but BC came back in the top of the 8th to tie it and then finished it off in the 9th. SCC did scratch across another run in the bottom of 9th, but fell 5-2.

SCC is now 2-23 on the year and 1-11 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Bellevue goes to 24-5 on the season and 10-2 in the region.

SCC travels to Canada next Saturday, to face Douglas College in a NWAACC Northern Region doubleheader and then face the Royals at Meridian Park next Sunday at 1:00 PM.
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SCC Baseball Swept By #1 Ranked Bellevue College
SCC Baseball Swept By #1 Ranked Bellevue College:

The Dolphin Baseball Team found the trip to Bellevue College on Saturday to be a rough one, as the Dolphins were pounded in the opening game, 18-0, but SCC battled back in the second game, dropping a 6-1 game. 

SCC injuries forced the Dolphins to pitch a position player in relief on Saturday in the first game, plus put infielders in the outfield as the young team tries to survive tough season.

In the first game, Bellevue scored in all four of its at bats, as the Bulldogs scored 2, 4, 6 and 6 in their at bats to have the game called after 41/2 innings. Daniel Cavanaugh and Robin Nuyen hit doubles for SCC but that was the only two hits for SCC in the game.

In the second game, SCC took the lead in the top of 3rd 1-0 on a Matt Sweeny homerun, but BC went ahead in the bottom of the inning 2-1 and added 2 more in the 4th to take a 4-1 lead. SCC could not muster another run and Bellevue scored 2 more in the 6th to finish the scoring for the day. Robin Nuyen had another double.

SCC is now 1-22 for the season and 0-10 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Bellevue goes to 23-4 and 9-1. 

SCC faces Bellevue again today at 1:00 PM at Meridian Park in Shoreline.
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SCC Names Matt Cottingham and Gabriel Rochon Baseball Players of the Week.
SCC Names Matt Cottingham and Gabriel Rochon Baseball Players of the Week.

Shoreline Community College named Matt Cottingham Baseball Player of the Week for the week of March 26-April 1 for his performance at a doubleheader loss to Edmonds Community College. Cottingham, a sophomore outfielder from Squalicum High School in Bellingham, WA, went 4-7 with 3 doubles, 2 runs and 3 RBIs.

For the Week of April 2-8, SCC named freshman Gabriel Rochon as Player of the Week for the third time, as he went 4-7 with 1 run and 2 RBIs before an injury cut his weekend short after a double header loss to Everett CC.

SCC is 1-20 on the season as the Dolphins season does not get any easier as they face the #1 ranked team in the NWAACC, Bellevue College this weekend in a four game series. SCC goes to Bellevue on Saturday and returns to Meridian Park on Sunday, to face BC at 1:00 PM.
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Everett Sweeps Four Game Series From SCC Baseball
Everett Sweeps Four Game Series From SCC Baseball, Takes Two 3-0 Games on Easter:

Easter did not turn out to be a good holiday for SCC Baseball, as the Everett Trojans swept the Dolphins on Sunday, 3-0 and 3-0.

Shoreline struggled all day with the bats, getting one hit in the first game and sending the minimum 21 batters to the plate in a 7 inning game and 5 hits in the second game and wasted two solid pitching performances by Willie Davies in the first game, who pitched 7 solid innings and Ryan Garrett and Layton Bush in the second game. 

Jordan Padilla was the only Dolphin who had two hits on the day. 

EVCC manufactured runs using the short game and run game effectively and scattering 14 hits in the doubleheader.

SCC drops to 1-20 on the year, and 0-8 in the NWAACC Northern Region. The schedule does not get any easier for SCC next weekend, as they face the #1 Ranked Bellevue College Bulldogs in a four game NWAACC Northern Region series, on Saturday at BC at 1:00 PM and then on Sunday, at Meridian Park in Shoreline, at 1:00 PM.
SCC Baseball Drops Doubleheader To Everett CC:
SCC Baseball Drops Doubleheader To Everett CC

The Dolphin Baseball Team dropped another tough doubleheader on Saturday at Everett Stadium by the scores of 7-6 and 7-2.

In the opening game, the Shoreline offense was held to 3 hits and Dolphin defense allowed 4 errors and 4 unearned runs in the loss.

In the second game, SCC was down 6-0 going into the 7th inning, but SCC rallied for 2 runs each in 7th, 8th and 9th innings to tie the game, but Everett scored in the bottom of the 9th to win the game.

Shoreline was led by Gabriel Rochon who had 3 hits in the game and added 2 RBIs and 1 run scored. David Cavanaugh added two hits as well with 1 run scored and 1 RBI.

SCC is now 1-18 on the season and 0-6 in the NWAACC Northern Region.

SCC plays again today against Everett CC at Meridian Park in Shoreline at 1:00 PM
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SCC Baseball Drops Doubleheader on Opening Home Doubleheader
SCC Baseball Drops Doubleheader on Opening Home Doubleheader:

The Shoreline Community College Baseball Team battled hard on Sunday, in the first home games of the season and the first time SCC has played a baseball game in the city of Shoreline in 15 years, but could not over come the #2 Ranked Team in the NWAACC, as SCC lost 5-3 and 5-1 to rival Edmonds Community College.

With a good crowd on hand and several major league scouts in attendance, as Edmonds rolled two pitcher throwing in the low 90s, SCC was down 3-0 in the first game, but battled back to tie it late and send the game into extra innings, but ECC scored two in the top of the 8th (a 7 inning game) for the win, spoiling a solid pitching performance by SCC's Willie Davies.

In game #2, the Dolphins could not manage much offense in the game and dropped a 5-1 nine inning game to the Tritons.

Shoreline dropped to 1-16 on the season and 0-4 in the region. Edmonds goes to 15-4 on the year and 4-0 in the region.

The schedule does not get much easier for SCC, as they face Everett Community College next weekend in a four game NWAACC Northern Region series. EVCC is ranked #6 in the NWAACC and #19 in the Pacific Region of Junior and Community Colleges.






SCC Baseball Builds Early Leads, But Is Swept By Edmonds Community College:
SCC Baseball Builds Early Leads, But Is Swept By Edmonds Community College:

The Shoreline Community College Baseball team opened NWAACC Northern Region play on Saturday at Edmonds Community College with a doubleheader loss. 

In game 1, SCC led 5-2 after three innings, but a 9 run 5th inning by Edmonds put the game out of reach and SCC loss 14 to 5.

Anthony Ulskey led SCC at the plate with 3 hits and 3 RBIs, Matt Cottingham and Grabiel Rochon had two hits each including a double by Cottingham. Jason Shaw threw four solid innings for SCC, allowing 5 hits and 2 earned runs.

In Game 2, the Dolphins battled hard, dropping a 7-6 game to the #6 Ranked Junior College in the Pacific Region (West Coast of the US) and #2 ranked team in the NWAACC.

SCC built up a 6-0 lead in the game in the first 3 innings but a 7 run 4th by ECC overcame SCC and Tritons pitching held up the rest of the game. Matt Cottingham led SCC with 2 doubles, scored 2 runs and had 3 RBIs. 

SCC is now 1-14 on the season and 0-2 in region. SCC faces Edmonds again today at 1:00 PM at Meridian Park in Shoreline. The first game SCC has played in Shoreline in 15 years. Edmonds moves to 13-4 overall and 2-0 in the region.
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