The rallied from four down to win a third straight Can-Am League baseball game against the Capitales Monday at Provident Bank Park in Pomon.
Quebec jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead with runs in the first and fourth innings and two runs in the fifth. Designated hitter Josue Peley would be the star for the Capitales knocking in two runs while going 2-4 on the night.
But just as the night before the Boulders battled back. In the bottom of the sixith, Phillip Cuadrado continued his hot streak with a two-run double that drove in both Qualon Millender and Keith Brachold to make the tally 4-2.
Rockland would strike again in the bottom of the eighth as the Boulders loaded the bases with no outs. Ryan Mollica’s fly ball to deep left scored Brachold and put Rockland within one with one out. The Boulders loaded the bases again on a Matt Nandin walk and Cole Kraft delivered on a safety squeeze that knocked in Ryan Scoma and tied the game at 4. Rockland could not capitalize, as Quebec would turn a double play to end the inning.
After a shutout inning from Adrian Martin, Keith Brachold would end the game with a two-out bomb over the Corona Short Porch in the bottom of the ninth to end the contest.
The Boulders go for the sweep tonight against Quebec at 7 p.m. at Provident Bank Park.