Morgantown won the opener of its best of three championship series with Staten Island, 4-3, in 11 innings. Daniel Arribas, the only starter who hadn't had a hit up to that point, drove in the winner with a one-out single, scoring Mitchell Tolman, who'd led off the inning with a single. Up to that point, the only runs for the Black Bears had come on a 3rd inning, bases loaded triple by Carlos Munoz. That gave them a 3-1 lead that held up until the 8th thanks to J.T. Brubaker (pictured). He went seven, allowing just two hits and a walk, and striking out seven. Tanner Anderson started the 8th, but gave up a walk and a double. Tate Scioneaux, who's been dominant for Morgantown, relieved, but the tying run scored on a pair of groundouts. Scioneaux threw three scoreless innings, giving up two hits and a walk, and striking out four. Daniel Zamora pitched the top of the 11th to get the win. Tolman, Munoz, Christian Kelley and Ty Moore each had two hits.
Indianapolis opens the International League title series tomorrow against Columbus.