The Rockville Rock Hounds jumped right back into action this weekend after, after a short all-star break. The Hounds had a two game series vs Neptune Beach Pearl, but with to suspended games from June 16 and 17, the Hounds ended up making up four total games. On Friday, Rockville concluded a halted game, and lost 22-18. In the regular scheduled game, Alex Pham tossed 6 innings, yielding three earned runs, but the Hounds fell 5-2 to the Pearl. Willy Homza hit a 2-run HR, for the Hounds only offense.
On Saturday, the Pearl jumped out to a quick 8-0 lead off of starting pitcher Rylan Haney. Kenny Quilatan and Wyatt McCampbell threw the final three innings, allowing no runs on one hit. In game two, the Rock Hounds jumped out to a 5-2 lead through two innings. In the second inning, the Hounds scores four runs, on five hits, capped off by an RBI double by Max Smith. Carson Haws had his longest outing yet, allowing three runs in seven innings, scattering six hits and striking out nine Pearl batters. Haws left with a 7-3 lead, and although the Pearl scored one run in the 8th and 9th innings, the Hounds held on for the victory.
Rockville travels to Oakland on Tuesday, to take on Walnut Creek, then hosts the Crawdads on Wednesday.