WILLIAMSPORT, NILES, Ohio - A rough weekend for the Jamestown Jammers played out a little longer than intended.
After starting the weekend with a 7-3 loss to the Williamsport Crosscutters, the Jamestown Jammers had to play through 14 innings before suffering a 2-1 loss to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers.
Jamestown (24-33) continues its series in Niles Monday, visiting the Scrappers.
On Sunday, the Jammers scored their first - and only - run in the second inning when a Yeison Hernandez doubled plated Michael Vaughn. The Scrappers were able to tie things in the fourth on an RBI double from Joe Sever.
That would be the last run scored for 10 innings as Mahoning Valley was finally able to plate a runner in the bottom of the 14th. Joseph Wendle led off with a double and Sever was hit by a pitch. On a bunt attempt, Wendle was thrown out at third, leaving runners on first and second with one out.
A wild pitch by Jamestown pitcher Jose Rodriguez allowed both runners to move up a base and the game ended on Juan Romero's walk-off single that scored Sever.
Jamestown 000 020 001 - 3 10 2
Williamsport 110 005 00x - 7 9 1
2b-Larry Greene (W) 2, Michael Vaughn (J) 2, Juancito Martinez (J), Michael Main (J), Roman Quinn (W), Christopher Serritella (W). HR-Vaughn (J). WP-Steven Inch. LP-Ramon Del Orbe.
Jamestown 010 000 000 000 00 - 1 10 1
Mahoning 000 100 000 000 01 - 2 9 2
2b-Yeison Hernandez (J), Joe Sever (M), Joseph Wendle (M). WP-Rafeal Homblert. LP-Jose Rodriguez.
On Saturday, Williamsport plated five runners in a big sixth-inning to hand the Jammers a 7-3 setback.
The Crosscutters scored the first two runs of the game only to watch the Jammers rally back with a pair in the fifth to tie things at 2-2. Newcomer Michael Vaughn led off with a solo homer and back-to-back doubles from New York-Penn League all-star game MVP Juancito Martinez and Michael Main tied the score.
However, Williamsport would score the next five runs of the game in the sixth and Jamestown could muster only an RBI single from Main in the ninth to complete the scoring at 7-3.
Vaughn had a big game for the Jammers, finishing 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and his first homer.