Cumberland Times-News


June 5, 2014

Hobo’s defeats Lakeview, 2-0

Cayleb King strikes out 14 in loss

— POTOMAC PARK — Hobo’s Restaurant overcame 14 strikeouts by the opposing pitcher to come away with a 2-0 win over Lakeview Auto Parts Thursday evening at Memorial Field.

Cayleb King struck out 14 and allowed no walks, but a two-run fifth inning by Hobo’s ended up being the difference.

After Cody Lohr doubled to start the fifth, a Tristan Graeff double drove in Lohr to give Hobo’s its first run.

Graeff later scored on a two-out single by Hunter Burkett.

Lohr finished with two doubles as Hobo’s totaled six hits.

Chaz Fatula pitched a good game as well, allowing four hits and striking out five in the win.

Lakeview Auto’s hits were four scattered singles.

Hobo’s (9-3) will play Saturday at Chestnut Ridge starting at 11 a.m.

Ridgeley     5

Twigg’s Plumbing     3

POTOMAC PARK — Nate Strietbeck struck out 10 batters and combined with Wyatt Yates for a two-hitter in Ridgeley’s victory over Twigg’s Plumbing and Heating Thursday at Hamilton Field.

Ridgeley seemingly had control of the game with a 5-0 lead entering the seventh inning, but a few bumps in the road allowed Twigg’s to add three runs in the inning before recording an out.

Yates took over pitching duties in the seventh, and struck out the side to secure the win.

A.J. Crist and Garrett Weaver each had two singles and two RBIs for Ridgeley (10-1).

Blake Rhodes added three singles and an RBI, with Strietbeck contributing three singles. Yates and Carson Robinette also had two singles each.

Ridgeley will play Saturday against Frostburg 1st United.

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