Cumberland Times-News


July 7, 2012

Tracey’s hit caps Team One’s rally over Grantsville, 11-10

OAKLAND — Devin Tracey hit an RBI double in the bottom of the sixth inning to score Colton Peck for the go-ahead run Friday night during Team One Auto Mall’s 11-10 rally over Grantsville at Broadford Park.

After Grantsville scored four times in the top of the sixth inning to take a 10-8 lead, Team One rallied for three runs in the bottom of the sixth to retake the lead.

Peck hit a two-run double to drive in the first runs of the inning before Tracey singled him home.

D.J. Flanigan finished with two singles and an RBI, while Justice Fulmer, Corey Horner and Skyler Carrico each hit a single with one RBI. Shawn Markwood hit a double.

Horner relieved Markwood, who started on the mound, in the seventh inning and struck out the side in order to save the win.

Grantsville was led by Meshach Metz, who drove in two runs in the top of the sixth when his ball hopped over the outfield fence for a double.

Team One finishes the season at 5-13.

Riverside Sports    3

Cumberland Rotary    1

CUMBERLAND — Carson Imes, Brady Hillegas and Bryce Nightengale combined to allow one run on four hits and strike out 12 in a win for Riverside Sports over Cumberland Rotary at Bel Air Field on Saturday.

Rotary scored its only run in the top of the first on a double by David Bowman and was shut down from that point on. Riverside scored a run in the first, third and sixth innings and was led by Hunter Wilhelm with a double and Nightengale’s two singles.

Riverside (12-5-1) and Rotary (11-7) both will wait to see who they face in first round of the playoffs next week. The pairings will be determined today.

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