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Brewton-Parker College Moves into First Place

Joey Delgado
Junior Joey Delgado pitches to his opponent, Shorter College, at their game on April 9, 2010. The Brewton-Parker Barons defeated Shorter with a score of 7-2.

MOUNT VERNON—The Brewton-Parker Baseball took two out of three from Shorter College Friday and Saturday and now find themselves in first place. In the first game Brewton-Parker ace Joey Delgado kept hitters off balance, and threw his 5th complete game of the season. On the evening, Delgado gave up only 2 runs, and struck out 13. Delgado now has 86 punch outs on the year, which is the most for any pitcher in the NAIA. He is also second in the NAIA in wins, with 8.

The Barons got on the board early, and never relinquished the lead scoring a run in each of the first two innings, and then 3 in the 4th, with 2 runs coming on Ryan Hewitt's bases loaded double to left.

They capped off the scoring in the 7th with 2 runs on Todd Alls' 4th home run of the season. The 2 run shot gave the Barons a 7-2 lead. Alls was 2-2 on the evening, with a home run, 3 RBI, and 3 walks.

In the Saturday split the Barons won game 1 easily by a score of 11-1 in a run rule shortened game. Drew Parker got the win for the Barons, throwing 5 innings, giving up 1 unearned run, and striking out 4.

Gary Stauff and Ryan Lummus
Senior player Gary Stauff (right), cheers on his teammate Ryan Lummus (left), after running a home-run against their opponent, Shorter College, on April 9, 2010.

The Barons opened up the game in the 3rd inning with 5 runs, highlighted by Randall Shepherds 2 run single to right. Todd Alls scored a third run on the play, when the Shorter first baseman Shannon Houston threw the ball away trying to throw Alls out at 3rd. The Barons added 4 more runs in the fourth, and a single run in the fifth to complete the run rule victory.

The Hawks got the better of the Barons in game 2, as the Brewton-Parker bats were held in check by Shorter ace Tim Day. Day threw a complete game, allowing only 4 hits and striking out 7. The Barons didn't make things any easier on themselves, committing 3 errors, and 3 balks.

The game was within reach, with the score 3-1 going into the seventh, but Shorter was able to put 5 runs on the board, and put the game out of reach. The Hawks took game 3 of the series 8-1.

Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia. Affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention, BPC’s main campus is located in Mount Vernon and has an external learning site in Newnan.


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The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.
Brewton-Parker College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Brewton-Parker College.
Updated on: April 23, 2010 10:36 AM