The Seward County Community College baseball team split a Jayhawk West Conference doubleheader on Saturday at Brent Gould Field, against the Colby C.C. Trojans. The Saints won game-two, 8-6 behind a complete game pitching performance from sophomore, Michael Jarman. Colby defeated the Saints 8-5 in game-one of the twin bill. Seward County is now 27-24 overall and 15-15 in the Jayhawk West Conference.

In game-one, Saints starting pitcher, Brett Davis, allowed 10 hits and seven runs in five innings of work. Colby scored runs in the second, third, fourth, sixth and seventh innings to earn the game-one victory.

Seward County was led by Tanner Rindels (2-for-3, two RBI) and Chris Capps (2-for-3, two RBI) in the opening game.

The Saints went to their top pitcher in game-two as sophomore, Michael Jarman, delivered another complete game victory for SCCC. Jarman is now 7-3 on the mound this season with a team-best 2.70 earned run average and 73 strikeouts. Jarman pitched seven innings, allowing 10 hits, six runs and struck out six batters.

SCCC broke out of the gates early scoring five runs in the first inning. The Saints were led by Stu Schlemeyer, who drove in three runs on a double in the first inning and later recorded another RBI single to score a run in the fifth inning. Schlemeyer's four RBI is a career-high for the freshman outfielder from Colorado Springs.

The fifth-place Saints will play their final regular season doubleheader tomorrow at eighth-place Pratt Community College (10-25 overall, 9-19 Jayhawk West) at 2:00 p.m.