The Pensacola State baseball team (20-25) had an early 4-0 lead but couldn’t hold on Sunday afternoon as they fell to Gulf Coast State College (32-15) in Panama City, FL 8-4. The Pirates scored two runs in each the 4th & 5th innings but quickly gave up 6 runs in the 6th inning which would prove to be all the Commodores would need. Gulf Coast pounded out 16 hits in the win versus 7 for the Pirates. The Pirates were led offensively by two freshman, Brett Casteel and Taylor Eads who both put in 2-4 performances. Sophomore, Danny Davis (4-5) took the loss for the Pirates despite a solid performance until fatigue set in during the 6th inning. The Pirates next game will be Friday the 27th as they travel to Marianna, FL to take on Chipola College at 2:00pm.