KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Baylee Wyscaver (Pictured by Kelly Caleb) hit a grand slam home run to cap-off an eight run sixth inning leading No.13 Oregon Tech (28-10, 14-3 CCC) to an 11-9 comeback victory in game 2 over No.10 Corban University (22-10, 11-6 CCC) as the Owls earn the doubleheader CCC sweep after a 7-2 game one win Saturday afternoon at John and Lois Stilwell Stadium.
"I am so proud of this group of kids with the fight and toughness they displayed today," said Head Coach Greg Stewart. "That was as big a comeback in game 2 as I have ever had the pleasure to be a part of as coach in my career. Ali pitched great in game 1 against a formidable lineup. We had several big hits in both games including one of the best clutch home runs from Baylee I have seen in all my years."
Game 1: Oregon Tech 7 Corban 2
Tech took the early 2-0 lead on the Sotelo homer in the first. The Owls added a run in the third highlighted by a McKenna Armantrout double to go up 3-0.
The Warriors made it a 3-2 game with a pair of runs in the fourth on three-hits including a Sam Woodley RBI triple.
The Owls then put the game away with four-runs in the 5th on 4-hits including a two-RBI single by Cierra Barkis as the Hooter went on to the 7-2 win.
Makiah Johnson led Corban with three-hits with Tatum Prechtel adding two-hits in the loss.
Kiahna Brown led OIT with two-hits in the win with seven other players all contributing one-hit each.
Game 2: Oregon Tech 11 Corban 9
Tech took a 3-0 lead into the top of the fourth, Corban then erupted for 6-runs to take a 6-3 lead. The Warriors then added three more runs in the 5th to go up 9-3 before the Owls scored 8-runs in the 6th to win 11-9.
Brown led off the bottom of the first with her 9th homer of the season, Tech then added two-runs in the 3rd on 4-hits including back-to-back doubles by Sotelo and Barkis.
Corban's big 6-run 4th was started by Jessie Isham's sixth homer of the year as the Warriors tallied 6-hits in the inning to go along with an OIT error and a wild pitch.
Megan Rybar blasted a three-run homer in the 5th, her third of the year as the Warriors took the 9-3 lead.
Tech's big 8-run 6th was started by a Wyscaver double, as the Owls had a total of 7-hits in the inning including two walks, a Graham 2-run double and the grand slam by Wyscaver.
The two teams will conclude the four-game series with a doubleheader on Sunday starting at 11:00 am at John and Lois Stilwell Stadium.
4/7/19 | 11:00 AM