SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – Despite scoring first, thee Sonoma Stompers fell to the San Rafael Pacifics Friday night 11-3, as San Rafael had a counter for everything the Stompers did offensively.
The first three batters in the game reached base, as Rob DeAngelis singled, Kevin Farley walked and Kam Stewart doubled home DeAngelis. One run was all Sonoma could manage in the inning and the Pacifics went on to score nine over the following six innings.
DeAngelis doubled in Rayson Romero in the seventh and Daniel Baptista scored on an error in the eighth, but that was all the offense left in the tank as San Rafael scored two runs of their own in the bottom of the eighth to lengthen their lead.
DeAngelis and Stewart each recorded two hits and drove in a run in the game, resulting in the entire offense for Sonoma.
The Stompers look to get back on track in Napa for two games Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. and 1 p.m. respectively.