Jones only allowed one earned run, while striking out eight and walking three, as the Rams improved to 5-7 on the season.
Frias finished the game 2-for-3, scored a run and drove in two to pace a 7-hit Lake Mary attack.
Also contributing were Danny Cortes (2-for-3, double, two runs scored), Leo Ulliana (1-for-2, double, RBI), Neal Hunter (1-for-3, double, run) and Elias Tejada (1-for-3, RBI).
Things did not go as well on Monday, however, as the Rams (5-8) were blitzed, 12-2 in four innings by University, a team they had beaten earlier in the season.
Tejada was the lone bright spot for Lake Mary as he had both of the Rams’ hits; going 2-for-3, with one hit being a two-run home run, a run scored and two RBI. Christian Kamka scored the other run for the locals.
In other Seminole Athletic Conference action from Friday:
Oviedo (3-6) doubled up Seminole (3-6), 6-3, behind the five strike out pitching of Josh Voyles and the hitting of Mac Metcalf (two doubles) and Mitch Reeves (double).
Lake Howell (9-2) continues to be the class of the local big schools as the Silver Hawks blanked Hagerty, 6-0, as Julia Valdez hurled a 2-hitter with eight strikeouts and Nathan Ventura went 2-for-3.
Winter Springs has also gotten hot recently and the streak continued with a 5-0 whitewashing of Lyman with John Sebelle hurling a 3-hitter while striking out 10. Alex Overbay was strong in relief for the Greyhounds, striking out five over four innings.
The Bears (8-3) picked up another shutout on Saturday as James Simpson struck out 10 over five innings and Will Owens went 2-for-3 and drove in three runs in a 10-0 triumph over Sunrise-Piper.
The Huskies (5-5) also claimed a win over Piper (3-6), 3-2, on Monday as Alex Faberlle and Sam Bates had two hits each.
Lyman saw its offensive woes continue on Monday as the Greyhounds were shutout by Bishop Moore (7-4), 9-0.
Two of the top Private School programs in the county had big wins over the weekend as Orangewood Christian improved to 8-0 with a 10-0 whitewashing of Mount Dora Bible (5-3) on Friday behind a five-inning 1-hitter by Andrew Cobb in which he struck out eight and Christian Magno had a big double.
Trinity Prep ran its record to 4-6 with a 16-0 pounding of Pine Castle Christian (1-6) on Monday in which Andrew McThenia struck out seven over five innings and Kyle Cavanaugh double twice and drove in four runs.
Meanwhile on the softball diamond:
Oviedo is starting to flex its muscles as the Lions picked up a pair of SAC wins to get to 9-6 on the season.
On Friday, Paige Matthews struck out 13 in hurling a complete-game 5-2 victory over Seminole, despite Raven Hartsfield going 2-for-3 with a double for the Fighting Seminoles.
Matthews then bettered herself on Monday, striking out 16 in a 4-0 shutout of Lake Brantley (5-8). Katie Sillman paced the offense with two hits and two RBI.
Lyman improved to 5-11 on Monday as Cassie Boggs went 4-for-4 and drove in four runs and Hawley Ill chipped in with two doubles and a single in a 12-2 thrashing of Freedom on Monday.
The Master’s Academy has been one of the stronger softball teams in the early going this season, but the Eagles fell to 8-3 on Monday as they were blanked by Lake Highland Prep, 10-0, despite Hayley Ritter going 2-for-3.