Nov. 4, 2011
RUSTON - Jamie Gilley and Sam Alvis combined to pitch seven innings of one run ball as the Black team defeated the Grey team 4-1 in game four of Louisiana Tech's Fall World Series Friday night at J.C. Love Field, giving it their first win of the series.
Gilley allowed three hits and one run, striking out eight in five innings for the Black team, giving up a RBI single to Alex Williams in the bottom of the first. Alvis picked up the Black team's first save.
The Black team scored three runs on one hit and two errors. Brody Olivier reached on an error by Taylor Terrasas to lead off the inning. Corey White reached on a fielders choice and Colby Johnson walked to load the bases. Co-captain Justin Gordey hit a deep sacrifice fly to drive in Olivier and tie the game at 1 apiece. Ryan Gebhardt followed with a RBI single to give the Black team a 2-1 lead, followed by first basemen Bra'shon Kimbell reaching on another error by Terrasas, giving Black a 3-1 lead.
Williams and Tyler Qualls had two hits apiece for the Grey team.
Game five is scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. at J.C. Love Field.