The Clark College baseball team may have been visitors on their own field, but it was still home-field advantage.
The Penguins swept an NWAACC West Division doubleheader from Green River on Saturday, winning 7-0 and 10-6 at Kindsfather Field. The games were originally scheduled for Auburn but moved due to weather.
In the first game, Tj Pruneda and Stevenson High grad Zach Prosser combined on a four-hitter.
Jordan Swofford was 2 for 4 with two RBI, and Kyle Vanderkin was also 2 for 4.
In the second game, Daniel Walsh and Skyview High grad Spencer Ramsey were each 3 for 4, and Swofford and Vanderkin each drove in two runs.
Kevin Hamann picked up the win, throwing four innings with five strikeouts.
Clark (12-16, 3-7) and Green River (7-21, 1-8) meet again in a doubleheader today at Kindsfather Field with the first game scheduled for 1 p.m.
Clark split its two games at the NWAACC Crossover Tournament at Yakima, losing to Shoreline 11-3 and defeating Grays Harbor 10-5.
Clark (2-16) had 13 hits in just its second victory of the season. Hitting highlights were not available.
In the day’s opener, Clark was held to four hits in the five-inning game. Jessica Shaw had two RBI.
The 27-team event concludes Sunday. Clark will face Treasure Valley and Columbia Basin.