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Baseball

April 10, 2013

Alco thumps Moorefield

CUMBERLAND — Allegany produced four innings of crooked numbers on the scoreboard Tuesday, knocking out 14 hits in defeating Moorefield 15-2 in five innings at Allegany.

The Campers scored five runs in both the first and the third innings, with three coming in the second and two in the fourth.

Wade McGee tripled, doubled and singled to knock in three runs for Alco, while Colton Sivic and Carter Imes singled twice and knocked in two. Ryan Murphy tripled and singled, and Chris Fram doubled twice.

Bryce Nightengale started and went all five innings, scattering five hits, striking out five with no walks.

Lance Taylor hit a triple for Moorefield.

Allegany (6-1) will host Southern Thursday at 4 p.m., and the Allegany and Southern junior varsity teams will play at 4:30 p.m. at the Hot Stove Complex. Moorefield (9-4) visits Pendleton today.

Fort Hill    14

Bishop Walsh    5


CUMBERLAND — Blair Brittian stroked three doubles for Fort Hill in a rout of Bishop Walsh at Legion Field.

Gary Legeer started on the mound for the Sentinels and didn’t allow a run until the fifth inning. He got run support from Brandon Stotler, Adam DuVall and Devan Erichson, who each had two hits.

Joel Whetzel and Hunter Marrale accounted for the Spartans’ two hits.

Fort Hill (1-3, 1-3 AMAC, 1-1 City) will host Northern on Thursday. Bishop Walsh (0-3, 0-2, 0-1) will host Hancock on Thursday.

Frankfort    8

Northern    4


SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Frankfort put up six runs in the second inning and added two in the fifth for insurance to defeat visiting Northern.

Hunter Jenkins and Braiden Popluhar came through with a pair of RBI singles, while Tyler Conley had a two-run single. Cole Smith singled in a run and scored two runs.

Northern, which scored single runs in the third and the fifth, and two in the seventh, was led by Jerad Fike with a single and a double with three runs batted in and two runs scored. Seth Mast singled, tripled and scored two, while Beck Sherrard singled and doubled.

Frankfort (5-8) will host Keyser today at 4:30 p.m. Northern (4-4) will visit Fort Hill on Thursday.

On Monday, Frankfort fell to Berkeley Springs, 8-7. Conley hit a home run and two doubles for the Falcons, while Josh McNeil knocked in three runs and struck out eight in five innings on the mound.

Smith had two singles and two runs scored, and Garrett Shoemaker two singles and an RBI.

East Hardy    15

Union    3


BAKER, W.Va. — Korey Foltz led off a seven-run first inning with a home run and Tyler Mongold added a two-run shot later in the inning as East Hardy overpowered Union in five innings.

The Cougars (7-5, 5-0 PVC) scored in every inning, got everyone into the game and finished with 16 hits. Justin Basye hit two doubles and Carson Whetzel and Tim Hahn had two singles.

Nathan Evans had two hits for Union (0-5, 0-5).

East Hardy hosts Paw Paw in a 4:30 doubleheader today. Union will host Pocahontas in a doubleheader on Saturday.

Calvary Christian    17

Broadfording    7


CRESAPTOWN — Gavin Hart drove in four runs and scored two to lead Calvary over Broadfording in five innings.

Justin Swogger, Levi Hartsock and Nick Davies served as the battery and battered the baseball, combining for eight hits and 10 runs scored for the Eagles.

Brad Fogle singled, walked three times and scored four runs. Todd Snodderly walked and singled twice, crossing the plate three times for Broadfording.

Calvary (4-0, 3-0 in MDCC) hosts Hope for Hyndman on Thursday at 4:30.

Pendleton    10

Pocahontas    5


DUNMORE, W.Va. — Luke Yokum drove in three runs on three hits in leading Pendleton County past Pocahontas.

Andrew Thompson also had three hits, and one RBI, while Evan Arrington, Daniel Hevener and Jesse Lambert had two hits for the Wildcats (6-4).  Arrington scored twice.

Wes Felton led Pocahontas with a double and a single.

Shade    10

Salisbury    4


CAIRNBROOK, Pa. — Wade Walker had a 4 for 4 night for Shade.

Andy Bittinger doubled and Brandon Bodes added two singles for Salisbury.

Monday night, Salisbury lost at home to Rockwood 6-2.

The Elks led 2-1 in the seventh when Matt Mohr tied the game with a two-out RBI dribbler toward third base. Rockwood went on to score four in the eighth for the win.

Ethan Keifer had two hits and two RBIs for Rockwood.

Keifer and Dan Brown of Salisbury were the starters and each struck out 10 batters.

Salisbury (0-2) hosts Berlin Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

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