HS BASEBALL: Homer-Center rolls past error-prone Stingers
April 10, 2013 10:40 AM

MARION CENTER — Marion Center committed a season-high nine errors and lost to Homer-Center in a Heritage Conference game that was shortened to five innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.

The Wildcats bolted to an 8-2 lead and then plated seven runs on eight errors, three hits and two walks in the top of the third inning to build a 15-2 lead.

“It was just fundamental mistakes,” Marion Center coach Paul DeHaven said.

Matt Jones doubled and drove in four runs to lead Homer-Center. Ean Lee doubled and drove in three runs, and Andrew Gaydosh singled and drove in two runs.

Matthew Nymick added a pair of hits, including a double, and Bryan Buzi drove in two runs.

Isiah Carr struck out four and walked three in a complete-game win.

Marion Center (1-3) travels to Penns Manor on Thursday. Homer-Center plays host to Ligonier Valley today.

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