The Lynchburg Hillcats couldn’t polish off a sweep of the Carolina Mudcats with a 6-1 loss Sunday at City Stadium. It’s the first time in seven games they have lost to the Mudcats this season and gives the Hillcats an even 3-3 record on the home stand. David Rohm had his 12-game hitting streak come to an end in the shutout. It was the longest hitting streak in the Carolina League this season.
The Lynchburg Hillcats walked off on the Carolina Mudcats, 7-6, in eleven innings in front of a record-high 5,840 fans at City Stadium on Friday night. It was the second time in three nights the Hillcats have won in walk-off fashion. Matt Weaver singled home David Rohm to score the winning run. Weaver had three RBI in the game. William Beckwith and Robby Hefflinger each contributed home runs in the win.
The Lynchburg Hillcats couldn’t match the bats of the Frederick Keys in Thursday’s rubber match, losing 11-7 at City Stadium. Robby Hefflinger hit his ninth home run of the season and Matt Lipka had three hits in the game, but it wasn’t enough. The Hillcats bullpen allowed eight runs on 13 hits in five innings of relief. The Hillcats defensive woes continued with a four-error night.
Kyle Kubitza hit a walk-off home run in the ninth inning to give the Lynchburg Hillcats a 3-2 win over the Frederick Keys Wednesday night at City Stadium. Kubitza also had an RBI-single in the second inning and Matt Lipka hit an RBI-double to tie the game in the eighth. A.J. Holland gave up two runs in six innings for his third quality start in his last four starts.
The Lynchburg Hillcats had their four-game winning streak snapped on a 7-2 loss to the Frederick Keys Tuesday night in the first of a three-game series at City Stadium. Jarett Miller went five scoreless innings before giving up two runs with two outs in the sixth to take his first loss of the season. Matt Lipka hit a two-run double with two outs in the ninth to spoil the shutout.
The Lynchburg Hillcats completed a four-game sweep over the Carolina Mudcats tonight with a 7-4 win. Navery Moore struck out a season-high seven batters on his way to his third win of the year. Emerson Landoni collected his fourth multi-hit game in just his fifth game with the Hillcats this season.
The Lynchburg Hillcats scored in only three innings in their 11-4 win over the Carolina Mudcats this afternoon. The ‘Cats scored four in the third inning, three in the fourth, and four more in the seventh. Ross Heffley and Emerson Landoni led the offense with three hits each, while Greg Ross earned the win in his second start of the season for Lynchburg.