USciences splits doubleheader
Adam Estrada and Vince Cammisa both homered, and Evan Sinclair drove in three runs to push the University of the Sciences past Chestnut Hill in the first game of their doubleheader on Sunday, 11-9.

Estrada also tossed two scoreless frames in relief and picked up two strikeouts to record his first save of the season. 

Nick Cerelli finished 3-for-5 in the game while Eddie Parry chipped with a pair of RBIs for the Devils. 

The Griffins cruised to a 9-1 win in the nightcap. 

Connor Evans finished with two hits while Nate O'Donnell drove in three runs. 

Sam Barletta and John Contoudis also each drove in a run in the victory. 

Thomas Hughes tossed a seven-inning complete game, surrendering the one run on five hits. He whiffed eight. 

The Devils return to action on Wednesday with a contest at Jefferson. Meanwhile, the Griffins will host Golden Beacom. 

In other Philly D-II action 
Jefferson split its conference doubleheader with Wilmington on Sunday afternoon, winning the first game 5-2 while dropping the second, 9-7. Jem Sisco pitched well for the Rams in the opener, tossing seven solid frames while surrendering one unearned run on three hits. He collected six strikeouts.

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