DAVENPORT, Fla. — St. Scholastica has scored in each of its last six at-bats in a 15-8 win over Ramapo (NJ) College that tied a 1-1 record on its spring break trip .
The Saints allowed three runs in the first inning and trailed for the first half of the game, but eventually took the lead with a six-run seventh to make it 13-8, then added two more in the eighth. .
Jack Harris, Jake Schelonka, Cody Venske and Jack Tiemann all had three-hitter games, while Harris and Tiemann homered. Luke Schemenauer had a pair of doubles for the Saints, who hit 16 hits in the game.
Jack Perala took the win with two innings relief from starter Dallas Miller, who allowed five earned runs on nine hits in five innings.
CSS (2-5) takes on Spalding on Tuesday.
St. Scholastica softball couldn’t get out of either hole their opponents dug in Monday’s games during their spring break trip to Clermont, Fla.
The Saints opened the day with a 7-4 loss to Wisconsin-Platteville, then fell 4-1 to Eastern Connecticut State.
Against Platteville, the Pioneers scored six runs in the third on four hits and two errors to take control of the game. A two-out rally in the fifth allowed CSS to halve the deficit from 7-1 to 7-4, but UWP retired the team in order in each of the final two innings.
Kari Breuer went 3 for 4 with a triple for CSS
Against Eastern Connecticut State, the Warriors scored twice in the second inning and added one in the third.
St. Scholastica responded with a suicide squeeze from Grace Hadlich scoring Mady Petersen, but it was their only run of the game and one of only two hits.
Rosenthal also suffered that loss, allowing four runs (three earned) on seven hits in a complete game.
CSS (5-3) continues to play in Florida with games against Knox and Carthage on Tuesday.