Central Christian College baseball snapped a 13-game losing skid in game two of a conference doubleheader with Waldorf College in a big way Friday, as they pounded the Warriors 13-3.

Central Christian College baseball snapped a 13-game losing skid in game two of a conference doubleheader with Waldorf College in a big way Friday, as they pounded the Warriors 13-3.
The Tigers split the series after dropping game one 8-4.
Waldorf took an early lead in game two, leading 1-0 after the first inning.
The Tigers responded, though, in the top of the second with two runs and never looked back.
CCC (6-28, 1-9 MCAC) exploded for four runs in the fifth and another seven in the seventh.
As a team, Central Christian had 13 hits with no errors. Chance Carney had the hot bat, going 4 for 4 at the plate with three RBIs and three runs scored. Three of his hits were doubles.
Caleb Gorman, Christian Herbig and Clayton Cramer all had two hits on the day. Ian Eshelman had two RBIs, as did Cramer.
Alan Barker went all seven innings to pick up the win. He gave up three earned runs on six hits, with a walk and two strike outs to his credit.
Game one saw the Tigers the ones with the 1-0 lead after the first inning, only to see it evaporate in the second frame. The Warriors poured on five runs in the second against CCC pitcher Douglas Gove, who went the distance in the loss.
Gove pitched eight innings, giving up six earned runs off 12 hits. He struck out seven and walked five.
Central Christian did cut the Waldorf lead to 5-4 after the top of the fifth, but the Warriors added two runs in the fifth and another in the seventh to secure the win.
Herbig and Carney were the only Tigers with multiple hits in game one, as they both recorded two. Herbig was the only Tiger with an extra base hit with a double.
CCC was held to five hits, with only two walks by winning pitcher Michael Keeran. He struck out seven.
The Tigers have another doubleheader at Waldorf today, with first pitch slated for noon. CCC will be home for the next five games starting Tuesday against NAIA No. 4 Tabor College.
First pitch at Light Capital Diamonds for the nine inning game is at 4 p.m.