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June 11, 2014

Lions roll to 13-7 win

— POTOMAC PARK — Fort Ashby Lions pounded out nine hits on its way to a 13-7 five-inning victory over Frostburg First United Tuesday at Memorial Field.

Bronson Mulvey and William Kegg each had two hits for the Lions. Cameron Bollinger, Brady Lechliter, Carter Houdersheldt and Foster Conis all had base hits.

The Lions led 4-0, 6-1 and 12-2 after three innings.

Frostburg got base hits from Bryson Sivic, Hunter Sword, Harry Conner and Brian McKenzie.

Fort Ashby Lions (7-8) visits Chestnut Ridge on Friday at 6 p.m. Frostburg First United (1-8) plays the Frostburg Legion on Thursday at Memorial Field starting at 5:30 p.m.

Cork’s Cars    1

Hobo’s Restaurant    0


POTOMAC PARK — Broc Lohr and Bryson Bittinger combined on a one-hitter as the two Cork’s Cars pitchers outdueled Hobo’s Restaurant’s Chaz Fatula Monday evening at Memorial Field.

Lohr and Bittinger combined for 15 strikeouts with Lohr getting nine in four innings while Bittinger put down six in three. Fatula, who had Hobo’s lone hit — a single off of Lohr — struck out nine without a walk while holding Cork’s Cars to only two hits.

Cork’s Cars winning run came in the fourth inning. Ethan Bittinger reached on an error, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and scored on Lohr’s base hit. Justin Shaffer had Cork’s other hit, a single.

Cork’s Cars improved to 10-1-1 and will play Bedford Burtnett Agency today at Hamilton Field. Hobo’s drops to 9-4 and will play Keyser VFW Thursday at Holler Field.

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