HORNELL — The Geneva Twins used some power hitting to secure a fourth consecutive New York Collegiate Baseball League victory Tuesday.
Home runs by Zach Goldstein and Fernando Garcia highlighted a 14-hit performance as the Twins pulled away for an 8-2 victory over the Hornell Dodgers.
Calvin Woolhiser racked up three hits for Geneva, which improved to 13-7. Starting pitcher Jake Shields earned the win, surrendering three hits over six innings.
Janson Bourque scored the Twins’ first run in the third inning before the Dodgers pushed two across in the bottom half.
The Twins tied the game in the sixth on Justin Green’s single that plated Jason Ibrahim.
Geneva dialed long distance in the seventh to go ahead for good. Goldstein cranked a two-run blast to put the Twins up 4-2.
Mike Annone supplied a lead-off triple in the ninth and came home on Goldstein’s base hit. Garcia crushed a three-run homer to cap the inning and seal the victory.