The 11th Annual Bison Baseball Alumni Weekend is coming up on September 11th and 12th, 2015.
With all 8 seniors in the starting line up, the Bisons shook off a slow start and finished strong in a 7-2 win over Curwensville. Brandon Orsich got the win with 3 strong innings of relief, recording his second victory over the Tide. Spencer Herrington had two hits, including a triple to lead the offense, while Josh Sorbera and Thomas Summers had two RBIs each.
Lefty Bryce Timko pitched well for the Tide.
The Bisons raised their record to 13-5 and will next host Brookville Thursday in their final regular season game.
The Bisons cracked 17 hits, including two homers and 6 doubles, routing the P-O Mounties in a lop-sided victory at the Bison Sports Complex.
Thomas Summers was the benefactor of all these runs, raising his record to 7-1. Sawyer Rowles had a great day with a home run and two doubles. Spencer Herrington and Marcus Luzier also had 3 hits and Summers hit his third home run.
Next up for the Bisons is a Senior Day matchup with Curwensville on Monday.
After being held to only one hit by winning pitcher Devin Walk for 5 innings, the Bisons rallied to score 3 runs and take a 3-2 lead into the bottom of the 6th. But then the wheels fell off as Bellefonte responded with 6 runs.
Although they mounted a mild comeback in their last at bat, the Bisons fell to the Raiders 10-5.
Brandon Orsich took the loss on the mound. Clearfield, with their 11-5 record, will host Philipsburg-Osceola on Thursday at the Bison Sports Complex.
Down 3-0 to the Penns Valley Rams in the 6th inning, the Bisons rallied to tie the game, with Erik Sellers delivering a key hit. Three unearned runs put the Rams up 6-3 in the bottom of the sixth. Somehow the Red and Black men came back again, this time taking the lead. Clutch hits by Thomas Summers, Sawyer Rowles, and Will Myers ignited the outburst. Spencer Herrington got the win on the mound, although Tommy Hazel went the first five innings in his second quality start of the season. Brandon Orsich nailed down the win with a seventh inning save.
Clearfield next travels to Bellefonte on Tuesday and then entertains P-O Thursday in their Mountain League final.
Lefty LJ Johnson of Penns Valley silenced the Bison bats with a strong four- hitter to end their seven game win streak. Spencer Herrington was the only Bison with two hits.
Brandon Orsich took the loss for the Bisons, only his second of the season.
The Bisons will finish their four game week with a home game against Bald Eagle Area on Friday.
For the second night in a row, the Bisons overcame a two run deficit in the bottom of the seventh, defeating Tyrone in a 3-2 thriller. After being held in check through 6 innings, the home team rallied for three quick runs stunning the Golden Eagles. Erik Sellers started the uprising by reaching on an error. Will Myers doubled to the gap in left center, putting runners on second and third. Pinch hitter Marcus Luzier walked on a 3-2 pitch to load the bases. Lead-off hitter Josh Sorbera slapped a sharp single to left, scoring one run. Spencer Herrington's ground ball to short resulted in a force out, but Myers scored to tied the game. Thomas Summers stepped to the plate and promptly launched a deep sacrifice fly to center, scoring pinch runner Justin Fedder with the winning run.
Spencer Herrington got the win on the mound with two innings of relief. Tommy Hazel pitched 5 innings of shut-out ball in his first varsity start.
Clearfield raised its record to 10-2 and will host Penns Valley on Wednesday.
Trailing 4-3, the Bison offense finally came alive in the bottom of the seventh in a thrilling victory at the Bison Sports Complex. After leaving the bases loaded in the 5th and 6th innings, a single by Thomas Summers got things started with one out in the seventh. With courtesy runner Justin Fedder on first, Cole Kephart lofted a long fly ball to the fence in left field. It appeared to be leaving the park for a home run, but the ball caromed off the top of the fence back toward the infield. Fedder scored all the way from first to tie the game and Kephart ended up on third. After Brandon Orsich walked, Sawyer Rowles sent a fly ball into center field just deep enough to score Kephart for the winning run.
Thomas Summers pitched a gutsy game to raise his record to 6-1. The Bison next entertain Tyrone on Tuesday, hoping to remain tied with Central atop the Mountain League standings.
Clearfield junior pitcher Brandon Orsich handcuffed the Curwensville Golden Tide in a 6 inning no-hitter at the Tide’s home field on Friday. In control the whole way, Orsich struck out 9 and allowed only 3 baserunners.
Spencer Herrington led the Bison offense with a perfect 5-5 day at the plate. Thomas Summers and Josh Sorbera added three hits each.
The win raises the Bison record to 8-2, but next week promises to be a challenge as they have 4 games scheduled. Bellefonte comes to Clearfield on Monday, Tyrone on Tuesday, Penns Valley on Wednesday, and Bald Eagle Area on Friday.
Thomas Summers stymied a potent Bald Eagle offense with a strong 4 hitter at the newly renovated Wingate field. He struck out 8 batters and walked only two as the Bisons played errorless defense. It was Summers’ second complete game shutout of the season, as he stopped Central 2-0 back on March 23rd.
BEA pitcher Jason Jones also threw well, holding the Bisons to just 5 hits. But clutch hitting by Spencer Herrington and Josh Sorbera enabled them to scratch out three runs.
The win raises the Bison record to 5-1 in the Mountain League and 6-2 overall. The Huntingdon Bearcats will visit the Bison Sports Complex on Monday, April 20th for their next league contest.