Corvallis, Oregon — The Bells committed four errors in the first three innings which allowed the Corvallis Knights to score three runs and the Bells lost 6-4.


Knights infielder Riley Way led off in the bottom of the first and floated a pop up into shallow right field that Bells outfielder Emilio Corona tracked down but dropped – that allowed Way to advance to second base.


The very next batter launched a fly ball into center field that was caught by Bells outfielder Daniel Gernon and Way tagged second and advanced to third, but a fielding error was committed by Bells infielder Ty Saunders on the throw from Gernon that allowed Way to score.


The Bells scored their first run in the top of the third inning, on the only error charged to Corvallis, when Corona smoked a pop up to the track in right centerfield that was juggled by Knights outfielder Kyler Stancato. Corona bolted around all three bags and scored the first inside-the-park home run of the season.


LHP Ethan Ross started for the Knights and went five innings, allowing a single run and struck out nine. Bells started RHP Trevin Hope also went five innings and allowed four runs, one earned, and struck out four.


The Bells were down 6-1 through six innings but scored one run in the seventh, eighth and ninth and ultimately lost 6-4.


The Bells will try to avoid the sweep on Thursday night at 6:35 p.m., listen to all the action at