Jimmies Roundup: Baseball, golf square off Easter weekend – Jamestown Sun.

The University of Jamestown pitching staff held Dordt University to one run in sixteen innings Saturday, winning a pair of games by scores of 2-0 and 6-1.

Saturday’s games, although played in the Sioux Center, were technically home games for the Jimmies as the weather conditions in Jamestown forced the location change.

UJ is scheduled to be back in action on Monday at Briar Cliff University. The doubleheader is slated to begin at 1 p.m.

Trei Hough allowed four hits in six innings, striking out five as the Jimmies took the opener 2-0. Hayden Brown Struck out two batters in the seventh to earn the save.

Jamestown scored their first run in the second, as Luke Shekeryk came home as Brown reached on an error by the right fielder. Quade Peters made it 2-0 in the fifth with a two-run Solo home run.

Andrew Kupec and Tayler Cullen had the other Jimmie hits. Kupec also recorded a Stolen base.

In the second game, UJ fell behind 1-0 but scored six unanswered runs to complete the sweep. Payson Mills allowed only one run on four hits, striking out seven to get the win. Cameron Multer, Ben Ray, and Eric Kessler combined to pitch four scoreless innings, striking out six while giving up two hits.

Triston Madison reached on an error in the bottom of the second, allowing Tayler Cullen to score and tie the game at 1-1. The Jimmies’ go-ahead run came in the third Inning on a two-out single by Cullen to score pinch-runner Austin Shirley.

Kupec hit a sacrifice fly and Xander Oregudos scored on a passed ball in the seventh to make it 4-1, then Jamestown added a pair of insurance runs in the eighth. Madison hit a double to center field allowing Isaiah Roebuck and Blake Arritola to cross the plate.

Tanner Shepard finished 3-for-4 and Cullen was 2-for-4 as the Jimmies finished with 10 hits.

Golf finishes middle of the pack in Iowa

The University of Jamestown men’s golf team finished eighth of 15 teams at the Red Raider Cup Saturday, hosted by Northwestern College at Landsmeer Golf Course.

The Jimmies finished with a team score of 10-over 294, two shots behind Iowa Central CC and Dakota Wesleyan (SD) University, and four shots behind Midland (Neb.) University. Morningside (Iowa) University placed first at 12-under 272.

The Jimmies will compete at the GPAC Spring Championship Friday and Saturday at The Bluffs Golf Course in Vermillion, South Dakota.

Tomas Garcia was the top placer for UJ, shooting a 2-under 69 to take sixth. Tate Olson tied for 30th at 3-over 74, Treyton Forsman, tied for 43rd at 4-over 75, Jackson Worner tied for 50th at 5-over 76, and Max Noffsinger tied for 62nd at 7-over 78.

Playing as individuals, Gehrig Geiss tied for 58th at 6-over 77 and Benjamin Schaefer tied for 62nd at 7-over 78.

Thomas Craig of Iowa Western CC turned into the top score in the 80-player field, finishing at 6-under 65.

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