WILLIAMSPORT - Helpi Reyes allowed just one Williamsport hit in six innings of work and three Jamestown pitchers combined on a two-hit shutout in the Jammers' 5-0 win Friday in Williamsport.
Reyes, who entered the game with a 1-5 record, was masterful in his six innings, allowing just three base runners and striking out five. Miguel Fermin pitched an inning and Jose Rodriguez worked the eighth and ninth frames.
Most of Jamestown's offense came in a three-run fifth where Michael Main delivered an RBI single and Cody Keefer brought home two more runs on a single.
The Jammers (24-31) added insurance runs in each of the eighth and ninth innings.
In the eighth, Main scored on a sacrifice fly from Jesus Solorzano and the fifth run scored on Yefri Perez's RBI groundout in the ninth.
Main and Pedro Mendoza had two hits each for the winners and Keefer, Solorzano, Viosergy Rosa and Anthony Gomez added one each.
Jamestown 000 030 011 - 5 8 0
Williamsport 000 000 000 - 0 2 0
2b-Michael Main (J). 3b-Jesus Solorzano (J). WP-Helpi Reyes. LP-Josh Warner.
The Jammers have won two out of three since the New York-Penn League all-star break, but remain several games back in the hunt for the Pinckney Division title.
The Jammers will try to make it a two-game sweep Saturday when they again visit the Crosscutters.