Brandon Gold allowed a tie-breaking home run in the sixth inning and the Lancaster JetHawks fell to the San Jose Giants, 4-2, on Wednesday night at Municipal Stadium.
Gold (3-1) allowed four runs on eight hits over seven innings with two strikeouts and two walks. The loss is his first with the JetHawks.
Dillon Dobson broke the 2-2 tie in the sixth with a two-run home run to give the Giants (56-67, 26-27) the lead for good.
The JetHawks (67-56, 29-24) had their best comeback chance in the seventh inning. Wilson Soriano and Garrett Hampson recorded back-to-back infield singles to put two runners on with one out, but Soriano was caught stealing third on a controversial call by umpire Tom West. Yonathan Daza struck out to end the inning.
Lancaster took the lead against Giants starter Matt Solter in the second inning. Wes Rogers was hit by a pitch and Dillon Thomas and Mylz Jones followed with singles to load the bases. Chris Rabago delivered a sac-fly to score Rogers.
Daza reached with one out in the third inning on an error by shortstop Ryan Howard and moved to second on a wild pitch. He scored on a Roberto Ramos base-hit.
The Giants tied the game with two runs in the fourth.
Matt Krook (4-9) tossed one scoreless inning of relief to pick up the win. Dylan Rheault earned his league-leading 20th save with a perfect ninth inning.
The series concludes on Thursday afternoon in San Jose. Ty Culbreth (4-1) starts for the JetHawks against Shaun Anderson (2-1). First pitch is 12:30 p.m.
Caleb Pouliot's win in the pole vault was the highlight of the final day of competition for The Master's at the 2023 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Track & Field Outdoor National Championships at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Ind.
In a thrilling finish, The Master's University's Davis Boggess out-kicked St. Mary's Emad Bashir-Mohammed to win the 10K title at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Track & Field Outdoor Championships in Marion, Ind. on Wednesday, May 24.
Raising the Curtain Foundation, through their Grand Ovation program, honored Jim Sudik and Paco Vela on Thursday, June 1 by naming the dressing rooms at the Newhall Family Theatre for the Performing Arts after the duo.
By now you have no doubt heard about the waste hauler transition coming to the city of Santa Clarita. Beginning July 1, all residents in our city will begin the process of switching over to Burrtec Waste Industries for their trash service.
California State Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo (D-Chatsworth) successfully passed eight bills off the Assembly Floor, bringing her total number of bills now in the Senate to 11. Notably, more than half of her bills received bipartisan support.
In collaboration with the Saugus Unified School District, the city of Santa Clarita is excited to announce playground construction plans for Northbridge Park. The project aims to provide recreational space for Charles Helmers Elementary School students and the surrounding Northbridge community. Construction is scheduled to begin this summer.
California State Sen. Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, issued the following statement Thursday regarding the decision by the State Water Resources Control Board to re-notice CEMEX’s application for a water right permit.
The Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center Spotlight Series will feature an eclectic lineup of talented musicians and performers, as well as family-friendly programs as part of its Fall 2023 programming.
Adding a powerful local voice to policies and decisions that directly affect residents, Santa Clarita City Councilwoman Marsha McLean has been tapped for leadership roles with the San Fernando Valley Council of Governments and Southern California Association of Governments.
The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency, in partnership with the Association of California Water Agencies, is proud to announce that the first Edward G. “Jerry” Gladbach Scholarship has been awarded to Elizabeth Peña.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond hosted Thursday a Progress Pride Flag Raising Ceremony and reception at the California Department of Education to mark the first day of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Pride Month.
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