Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Pro Sports

August 31, 2013

Princeton finishes with a win over Sox

BRISTOL, Va. — Princeton finished the season with a win.

The Rays banged out five extra base hits, including a home run, triple and three doubles, defeating Bristol 8-4 in the season finale for both teams on Friday in front of 917 spectators at DeVault Stadium.

Johnny Eeirman had two hits, including a triple and double, while Hunter Lockwood homered, drove in two runs and scored twice. David Garcia had two hits, including a double, two RBIs and two runs scored. Travis Flores contributed a double, single and scored two runs, while Yoel Araujo scored twice for the Rays.

Lockwood collected his ninth home run of the season with a two-run shot in the ninth.

Oscar Armenta picked up the win in relief of Jacob Faria, while Jorge Rodriguez collected the save.

Bristol, which finished with a league-worst 20-45 record, was paced by Trey Michalczewski with three hits, including a triple, while Patrick Palmeiro had a pair of doubles. Zach Stoner also had two hits for the White Sox.

Yelmison Peralta, the second of four Bristol pitchers, was saddled with the loss.

Princeton finished with a 25-43 record, while Bristol dropped to 20-45.

at DeVault Stadium

Princeton...........................020  110  202  —  8 10  3

Bristol................................111  100  000  —  4  12  2

Jacob Faria, Oscar Armenta (6), Jorge Rodriguez (8) and Wilmer Dominiquez. Tyler Barnette, Yelmison Peralta (6), Jon Bengard (7), Devin Moore (9) and Zach Stoner. W—Armenta (2-3); L—Peralta (0-3); S—Rodriguez (1). HR—Lockwood (9), 9th, 1 on. Att—917.

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