The 2018 baseball season for the EPCC Tejanos has been a disappointing one, but they did manage to close their home schedule with a victory last Saturday.
In fact, the Tejanos split their four-game series with Luna Community College, winning the second and fourth games by scores of 11-9 and 20-10.
It was the first four-game series of the season the Tejanos didn’t lose; they had lost the previous eight.
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The next Tejanos game will be on April 20 and 21.
In the final home game, Adrian Gomez, Brock Grabarkewitz and Marco Vazquez hit home runs to lead a 20-hit barrage for the Tejanos.
Gomez, Joseph Zubia, Alejandro Moreno and Marco Vasquez all had three hits to lead a 20-hit attack.
Vasquez also scored three runs and knocked in three others.
The wins improved the Tejanos overall record to 8-36, and 4-20 in Western Junior College Athletic Conference action.
Things don’t get any easier for the Tejanos, who will play their final 12 games of the season on the road.
EPCC travels to Snyder, TX this weekend to take on Western Texas College (16-23).
The two doubleheaders will take place on Friday and Saturday for four games. They’ll follow that up with four games at Odessa College (24-18) on April 27 and 28.
The Tejanos will close out their regular season with a four-game series at Frank Phillips College (13-29) on May 4 and 5.