Washington scored five runs in the eighth inning to rally for an 8-7 nonconference baseball victory over Grand Canyon at Husky Ballpark on Monday.
In the eighth, Austin Rei hit a two-run double and Alex Schmidt doubled in a run. Erik Forgione singled in the tying run and Robert Pehl’s single scored Rei for the go-ahead run.
Branden Berry also homered for the Huskies (33-11-1)
Troy Rallings retired the Antelopes (25-20) in order in the ninth.
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From sports-information reports.