Omar Garcia went 4-for-4 with three RBIs and a run Sunday, leading the host Oneonta Outlaws to a 13-3 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League rout of the Cooperstown Hawkeyes at Damaschke Field.
Garcia's night included RBI singles in the third and fourth innings for the Outlaws, who improved to 20-20 on the season.
Garcia, who also singled in the first and sixth innings, capped the scoring with a sacrifice fly to center field in the eighth.
Zander Wiel contributed three hits, three runs and two RBIs for Oneonta, which jumped to a 5-0 lead in the first inning against Cooperstown starter James Norwood. The Outlaws scored 11 runs _ four earned _ on 15 hits before Norwood left with two out in the fourth.
Reliever Eric Gregory allowed two runs _ both earned _ on six hits over the final 4 1/3 innings.
Winning pitcher Sheldon Lee struck out seven, walked one and allowed two earned runs in six innings. The last-place Hawkeyes (11-27) scored another earned run against Taylor Hicks in the seventh, but Clay Bates followed with two scoreless innings of relief. Bates struck out three, walked none and allowed no hits.
Oneonta received two hits apiece from Logan Brown, Orlando Rivera, Zach Lucas (two runs), Sutton Whiting (two runs) and Heath Holder (three RBIs) en route to a team total of 21.
Steven Kandborg and Tyler Mautner each had two hits to lead the Hawkeyes.
The Outlaws are fifth in the nine-team PGCBL, 10.5 games behind leader Amsterdam (30-9). Glens Falls (22-17) is eight games out of first place, followed by Mohawk Valley (22-18) and Newark (22-19). The top four teams qualify for the PGCBL playoffs. Amsterdam already has clinched a postseason berth.
Oneonta hosts Glens Falls at 7 tonight. Cooperstown visits Mohawk Valley at 7:05 tonight.
Pioneers 4, Outlaws 1
Garcia and Lucas each went 2-for-4 on Saturday, when Oneonta lost a PGCBL game to visiting Elmira.
Oneonta starter Matt Schmitt allowed four earned runs on seven hits in five innings before Colter Bostick and Spencer Thomas each threw two scoreless innings of relief. The Pioneers had one hit _ off of Thomas _ after the fifth.
The Outlaws scored the final run in the seventh. Lucas doubled to left field, moved to third on a ground out to shortstop by Wiel and came home when Cody Hough singled to right field off Elmira starter Justin Bhatti.