Scranton Baseball Dominates Drew  

By Bryson Eldridge – Co-Managing Editor

Scranton baseball takes all three games versus conference foe Drew Rangers to improve to 11-6 on the season and 4-1 in conference play.  

In the first game, senior pitcher Daniel Johnson threw seven scoreless innings adding five strikeouts and getting the win.  

The Royals bats were hot in the third through sixth inning scoring 20 runs on 16 hits. The Royals first got on board in the third inning when junior TJ Pleban reached on an error then was batted in by senior Nick Reposa. Graduate student Jake Lisiciky and junior Jack Heineman followed up that with RBIs of their own.  

In the fourth Reposa and Lisicky drove in runs as the lead extended to 8-0. The Royals broke open the game with a nine run fifth inning to extend the lead to 17-0.  

Sophomore Dominic Chieffalo and freshman Jackson Bullaro came in for relief of Johnson and both threw scoreless innings in the win.  

The Royals would continue their dominance in games two and three with 16-2 and 12-6 victories respectively.