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South Umpqua wins suspended game, but Oakland takes finale

May 14, 2019

OAKLAND — The Oakland Oakers concluded their baseball season on Monday with a 9-8 nonleague win over the South Umpqua Lancers.

Class 3A South Umpqua (6-18, 5-10 SD4) scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning and won the opener 15-13, which was the completion of a suspended game from March 13.

Ronan Allen’s single in the bottom of the seventh inning scored Jacob Brooksby with the winning run for Oakland in the second game. Brooksby, Alex Ramos and Gavin Harbour all had three hits for the Oakers (9-15, 6-12 SD4).

Allen picked up the decision in relief. Creedance Ferguson and Kade Johnson each had two hits for S.U.

First Game

S. Umpqua;123;204;3;—;15;2;1

Oakland;303;411;1;—;13;1;0

Roberts, Stevenson (3), Lamm (4), Geiger (7) and Ferguson, Horton (7); Picknell, Percell (2), Harbour (3), Jones (6) and Weaver, B. Brooksby (4). WP — Geiger. LP — Jones. 2B — Z. Wilson (SU), Ramos (O).

Second Game

S. Umpqua;004;301;0;—;8;8;2

Oakland;021;032;1;—;9;14;3

Geiger, Rudy (3), Ingram (3), Johnson (7) and Horton; Jones, Harbour (3), Allen (4) and B. Brooksby. WP — Allen. LP — Johnson. 2B — Johnson (SU), Lamm (SU), J. Brooksby 2 (O), B. Brooksby (O).