April 6, 2012 > Ohlone loses two after streak
Ohlone loses two after streak
Submitted By Michael "Moose" Scott
Ohlone College lost their second game in as many days, dropping a 7-5 decision to Monterey on March 30's game. The Renegades allowed seven runs through two innings and couldn't come all the way back. Ohlone got six scoreless innings of relief work from Chris Harper and Sheldon Shishido, who kept the game from getting out of hand. Freshman designated hitter, Ryan Beal got his second straight start and delivered a 1-4 performance with another run batted in.
The day before, Ohlone's 10-game winning streak was snapped with a 5-3 loss to Skyline away. Ohlone ace Trent Allianic left the mound in the fifth inning with an arm injury and the Renegades went on to lose their first game in a month. Beal accounted for two out of the three runs Ohlone scored with an RBI and a run scored. Beal doubled to the 350' mark in right field, driving in a run in the first inning and later came around to score. He finished the game going one for four at the plate.