Palm Springs, Calif. –  The Palm Springs Power swept a competitive road doubleheader over the Inland Valley Pirates by scores of 9-6 and 4-2 on Sunday evening at Scolinos Field.

Palm Springs improves to 8-0 on the season and 4-0 in California Premier Collegiate League play with their first road wins of the season.

In game one Austin Haller (Western Kentucky) led the Power with three hits and three RBI.

Carson Olsen (Cal Baptist) started on the mound tossing four innings with five strikeouts and allowing two earned runs. Seven footer Brenton Thiels (Louisiana Tech) made his Power debut with three perfect innings and three strikeouts in relief.

The Power trailed by two runs early before a big fifth inning. Palm Springs batted around in the fifth sending 13 batters to the plate to score eight runs.

Kenny Schechter (LSU Shreveport) closed out the win tossing two innings with just a run allowed for a save in the 9-6 Power win.

Game two featured a riveting pitchers duel. Trevor Eby (UT Arlington) started on the mound pitching to contact in 3.1 innings of work with just a run allowed.

Holden Phelps (Pittsburgh) continued the Power’s dominance on the mound with 3.2 shutout innings and four strikeouts.

The game entered the ninth inning tied at two. The Power worked two walks before Aidan Perez (Cal State Northridge) played hero with a go-ahead two RBI double to right field.

Andrew Pinedo (Hope International) earned the win striking out the side in the ninth to secure the 4-2 victory. Pinedo in his Power debut struck out six of seven batters faced in two shutout innings.

Noah Blythe (Hawaiʻi Pacific) led the Power offense in Sunday’s finale with two hits including a double and a run.

The Power return to Palm Springs Stadium on Tuesday to face the San Diego Bombers at 7 PM. Tuesday is three dollar beer night with all Budweiser and Bud Light drafts just three dollars.

The Palm Springs Power are a summer collegiate baseball team playing all games at Palm Springs Stadium. The Power are a member of the California Premier Collegiate League and the league’s inaugural champions in 2023. Palm Springs has won nine league championships in 19 seasons of playing baseball in the desert dating to 2004.

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