UTICA, N.Y, (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – The Utica Blue Sox and Amsterdam Mohawks faced off in a doubleheader tonight in Utica, with the Mohawks claiming both games despite not scoring more than three runs in either game.

It took until late in game one to see any action offensively, with PGCBL rules making doubleheader games only seven innings, nether side saw any scoring until the fifth inning in game one, a Nick Giamarusti inside-the-park 2-run homerun after Blue Sox outfielders Easton Brenner and Brayden Durand collided in left-centerfield and neither could get the ball in. The Mohawks scored another run on a sac fly in the sixth inning, and the Blue Sox had a chance to tie the game in the bottom of the seventh, but Utica veteran Ryan Enos grounded into a double play with two runners on base to end the game.

After tonight’s results both teams remain in first place in their respective divisions, the Mohawks 23-4 overall with a seven game lead over the Albany Dutchmen in the PGCBL East Division, and the Blue Sox 18-6, a game up on the Batavia Muckdogs in the PGCBL West.