When WNC baseball coach D.J. Whittemore pinch-hit Joey Crunkilton in the bottom of the eighth inning for Spencer Dorsey, who had two homers in three at-bats, it caught people off guard. Crunkilton made Whittemore look like a genius when he doubled home Mike Umscheid with the go-ahead run and scored himself on an ensuing throwing error to spark Western Nevada to a 10-8 come-from-behind win over College of Southern Idaho in the second game of Friday’s Scenic West Athletic Conference doubleheader at John L. Harvey Field. The win gave WNC a sweep (5-3 win in the opener) and boosted the …
Second-game rally enables Wildcats to sweep CSI
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