The Springfield Timbers blew open a one-run ball game with a four-run sixth inning and held on to defeat the Roseburg Dr. Stewart’s 8-3 on Sunday at Champion Car Wash Field in the final game from the Father’s Day Tournament for both teams.
Back-to-back doubles by Thomas Touchette and Jayden Casarez got the scoring started for Springfield (7-5) in the sixth. A sacrifice fly and an error helped tack on a few more insurance runs for the Timbers.
Dillon Springer closed the game for Springfield with a perfect seventh inning on the mound in relief of starter Ewan Hadley, who allowed just three runs on three hits over six innings.
Docs (4-5) starter Logan Klopfenstein gave up four runs in 3 ⅔ innings of work.
Roseburg took a 1-0 lead in the first on back-to-back singles by Kade Johnson and Dawson Gillespie. The Docs added two runs in the third, but were held hitless over the final four frames.
Klopfenstein, Black (4) and Burke, Hubbard. Hadley, Springer (7) and Reeves. W — Hadley. L — Klopfenstein (1-1). 2B — Touchette (T), Casarez (T).