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Baseball

April 21, 2014

Allegany extends streak to 13

KEYSER, W.Va. — Bryce Nightengale launched a three-run home run and Trenton Eirich contributed at the plate and the mound as top-ranked Allegany beat Keyser 12-2 Monday at John Kruk Field.

Eirich drove in a pair of runs with double and a single and tossed six innings, allowing two earned runs and striking out five for the win.

Nightengale homered as part of a four-run third that spotted the Campers a 6-0 lead. Blake Milburn drove in two with two singles and Colton Sivic doubled and singled as Allegany finished with nine hits.

The Campers scored in every inning but the fourth, scoring four times in the third and another four runs in the fifth.

Logan Robinette had a double and drove in both Keyser runs. Travis Smith added two singles.

The Campers, undefeated at 13-0 overall and 7-0 in the AMAC, play at Northern Wednesday. Keyser (5-9, 1-5) plays today at Berkeley Springs at 7 p.m.

The Golden Tornado split a pair of games Saturday at the Larry Wadel Baseball Classic in Williamsport, beating South Hagerstown 5-2 before losing to the host Wildcats 11-8.

In the win over the Rebels, Noah Hartman had two singles and an RBI, Vinnie Cuthbertson two singles and Robinette a double and two RBIs. Smith added a run-scoring double and Josh Bane had six strikeouts as the winning pitcher.

Robinette added two more RBIs with a double in the loss to Williamsport. Smith had two singles and Hartman three RBIs.

Southern    8

Fort Hill    6


OAKLAND — Corey Horner hit two doubles and drove in a run, Shaun Markwood and Tristan Nazelrod also had two  hits and an RBI and Southern held off Fort Hill for an AMAC win.

The Rams (6-6, 5-3 AMAC) executed two squeeze plays, with starting pitcher Austin Reckart plating Tristan Nazelrod in the second and Zack Hanline bunting in a run in the fifth.

Derek Hinebaugh added two singles to the Rams’ attack. Chris King had two singles and Dalton Gaus a double for Fort Hill (3-5, 2-4).

Today, Southern will host Mountain Ridge while Fort Hill visits Bishop Walsh.

Northern JV     5    4

Petersburg JV    1    1


ACCIDENT — Hunter Mallow had two singles and three RBIs in the first game, and Clark Morin homered in the second to lead the Northern jayvees to a doubleheader sweep of Petersburg.

Colton Houser added an RBI single in the first game, helping Northern make the most of five hits. Calyb King tossed a three-hitter rfor the win.

Morin’s solo homer snapped a 1-1 tie in the fourth inning of the second game.

There were only five hits in the game. Mallow struck out nine in the win while Rhodes had eight strikeouts for Peterburg.

Northern will host Meyersdale on Saturday  at 9:30 a.m.

Southern JV 4, Fort Hill JV 3

OAKLAND — Dakota Hinebaugh drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning with a fielder’s choice to lift the Southern jayvees past Fort Hill.

Broc Lohr limited the Sentinels to three hits and struck out nine. He also had two singles, an RBI and scored a run. Peyton Kennedy doubled and singled.

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