GLENS FALLS — What Glens Falls coach Cameron Curler once called a strength of the Dragons is turning into its Achilles’ heel.
Over the past two games, Glens Falls has given up 19 runs, including 10 more Friday night as the Dragons lost 10-4 to the Oneonta Outlaws at East Field.
“We’ve allowed 19 runs in the last 17 innings defensively,” Curler said. “That is not good and it is tough to win ball games when you do that. Even if you have good at bats.
“We played a sloppy game defensively and our pitching needs to be better. We gave away a lot of free bases and that cost us early.”
Glens Falls fell behind early after the Outlaws scored six runs in four innings. Despite adding two runs in the fifth, Oneonta jumped right back and notched three more in the sixth.
The Dragons struggled containing the Outlaws offense and fall to 14-22 overall, tied for last place in the East Division.