UNIVERSITY?PARK -The Jamestown Jammers scored the go-ahead run in the 10th inning after scoring the tying run with two outs in the ninth Friday to deal a heartbreaking loss to the State College Spikes, 2-1, at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
Jeremy Synan's fly ball to left field in the ninth went into and out of the glove of State College (11-47) left fielder Matt Payne, allowing Paul Gran to score to tie the game.
In the 10th, Justin Bass singled with one out, followed by a Kevin Mattison single. Gran then drove in the game-winning run with a sacrifice fly to right scoring Bass.
The Spikes had taken the lead, 1-0, when walks to Butch Biela and Chad Rice set up Payne.
Jammers shortstop Joel Staples then pulled first baseman Ben Lasater off the bag with his throw, enabling Payne to reach base and Biela to score.
The loss was the 11th in a row for the Spikes, of which eight have been by a single run.
State College has also dropped its last 11 one-run games on the year.
Wayman Gooch (2-0) picked up the win for Jamestown with two innings of hitless, scoreless relief.
Gooch allowed two walks and struck out three on the evening.
Jared Yecker allowed a two-out base hit to Jeremy Farrell in the 10th, but still got his seventh save in seven opportunities by getting the third out one batter later.
Farrell ended the game 3-for-5, accounting for half of the Spikes' six hits.