Iggy Suarez had his second straight four-hit game as the Barnstormers pounded out 19 hits en route to an 8-6 victory in the final game of their three-game series over the Camden Riversharks. Camden has now dropped back-to-back series.
J.D. Durbin (2-1) picked up the victory after going the first six innings allowing five runs on eight hits.
Adam Calderone got the Barnstormers on the board in the top of the 1st with a two-out, RBI single that scored Tommy Everidge to make it 1-0 Lancaster.
Camden responded right away in the bottom of the 1st inning against J.D. Durbin. After Drew Macias drew a bases-loaded walk to tie the game at 1-1, Lloyd Turner beat out an infield single and brought home Danny Richar to give the ‘Sharks a 2-1 lead.
Noah Hall doubled the Riversharks lead in the 2nd inning with an RBI single that plated Jonel Pacheco to make it 3-1 Camden.
Lancaster got the lead back with three runs in the top of the 3rd highlighted by Iggy Suarez’s two-run double.
Suarez finished the series 11-for-13.
The back-and-forth game continued in the bottom of the 4th when Noah Hall’s two-run double put Camden back on top 5-4.
The Barnstormers recaptured the lead in the 6th and chased Josh Towers from the ballgame. J.C. Holt followed up an RBI triple by Gilberto Mejia with an RBI single to give Lancaster a 6-5 lead. Iggy Suarez then delivered an RBI single to make it 7-5.
Towers (3-4) went 5.1 innings allowing seven runs on a season-high 13 hits.
Gilberto Mejia got the Barnstormers another insurance run in the 7th inning with an RBI single that scored Aaron Herr to extend the lead to 8-5.