Cumberland Times-News


June 12, 2014

Lohr leads Cork’s over Twigg’s, 12-2

—  OAKLAND — Broc Lohr went all five innings, striking out seven and allowing just one hit in Cork’s Cars 12-2 win over Twigg’s Plumbing and Heating Thursday at Broadford Park.

Lohr added two doubles and five RBIs at the plate while Bryson Bittinger recorded three hits and four RBIs.

Cork’s Cars (11-2-1) did all of its scoring in the first three innings with Twigg’s scoring a one run in the first and another in the fifth and final inning.

 Dakota Hinebaugh drove in two runs and Peyton Kennedy reached base three times and scored three runs. Brady Merrick and Brandon Mersing rounded out the offensive performace for Cork’s by contributing a hit apiece as Mersing also scored twice.

Cork’s Cars will play on Saturday against the Cumberland Kiwanis at Memorial Field.

Grantsville SAL    4

Taylor Mining    1

GRANTSVILLE — Colton Houser hit a two-run home run and Grantsville Sons of the American Legion scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth to defeat Taylor Mining in a game at Grantsville Park that was called after four innings because it went over the league time limit due to two rain delays.

Houser also had a double and a single for Grantsville SAL, while Sam Beeman drove in a run with a single.

Taylor Mining was led by E. Shockey with a double and R. Wilson with an RBI single.

Grantsville SAL (9-3) will play the Cumberland Lions today, 6 p.m., at Hamilton Field. Taylor Mining plays Team One Auto Mall today at Holler Field.

Cumberland Lions    12

Chaney-Buskirk    1

POTOMAC PARK — The Cumberland Lions scored 11 runs in the top of the seventh to break a scoreless tie and defeat Chaney-Buskirk Wednesday at Memorial Field.

Tyler O’Baker singled three times and knocked in two runs for the Lions. James Clark also singled three times, scoring twice. Trevor Rice doubled in two runs and Joshua Clark singled in two runs as well.

Chaney-Buskirk’s lone hit was a single by Seth Evans in the sixth inning as Lions pitchers Cole Miltenberger, J.T. Stevenson and Luke Hamilton gave up one unearned run in the first and struck out eight.

Cumberland Lions (3-10) will play Grantsville today, 6 p.m., at Hamilton Field. Chaney-Buskirk (3-10) will play Keyser Moose Saturday, 1:30 p.m., at Hamilton Field.

Ridgeley     10

Cumberland Rotary     1

POTOMAC PARK — Ridgeley used a quick start to defeat Cumberland Rotary on Wednesday evening in a game shortened by darkness.

Ridgeley took a 6-0 advantage after four innings with two runs in both the first and second innings — and one run in each in the third and fourth.

The teams rounded out the scoring in the sixth and final inning.

Brett Whiteman pitched three innings for Ridgeley, with every out recorded in that time coming by strikeout. Wyatt Yates and Caleb Hare joined the pitching duties, combining to allow just two hits.

Yates, Blake Rhodes, and Chandler Rhodes had two hits apiece while A.J. Crist and Karson Robinette each added doubles for Rideley.

The Rotary got its lone run on an RBI single from Cam Charpenning. Tristan Eirich added a double.

Ridgeley (13-1) will play today at Bel Air Field against KMK.

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