Cumberland Times-News


June 6, 2014

Grantsville outlasts Fort Ashby, 13-7

— POTOMAC PARK — Noah Werner drove in four runs with two singles to help Grantsville Sons of American Legion beat Fort Ashby Lions 13-7 Friday at Holler Field.

Grantsville ran out to a big lead and was ahead 13-1 after scoring five runs in the top of the fifth inning. The Lions constructed a six-run rally in the bottom of the fifth, but was unable to draw closer after play was halted due to the time limit with the score 13-7.

Cayleb Broadwater had two doubles and two RBIs, and Ben Beeman added two RBIs on a single. Colton Houser drove in a run with a double and a single.

Cameron Bollinger had two RBIs and a single in the loss. Bronson Muldey knocked in a run with a double and Brady Lechliter hit a single that drove in a run.

Grantsville (7-3) plays today at home against Cumberland Optimists.

Taylor Mines 14, Salisbury 2

SALISBURY, Pa. — Devin Smith and Andrew Brantner combined to hold Salisbury to two hits and two runs and Taylor Mines improved to 6-5-1 by collecting a 12-run win Friday at Salisbury.

Besides throwing the first three innings of the win, Smith also finished with three singles. Teddy Baker, Devin Shockey and Ryan Wilson all finished with two singles.

Taylor Mines led 3-2 after the first, then added four runs in each of the following two to lead 11-2 after three innings.

Taylor will play Greg’s Auto today, 11 a.m., at Holler Field. Salisbury hosts the Fort Ashby Lions today.

Frostburg Legion 10, Team One 0

FROSTBURG — Matt Brehm had three hits and Corey Hunter drove in four runs as Frostburg Legion shut out Team One Auto Mall Friday at Glendening Field.

Brehm had two doubles and a base hit with two RBIs and Hunter had a double and a single. Ethan Hovatter had two base hits and winning pitcher Devin Dinicola doubled. Defensively, Frostburg turned two double plays.

Chris Twigg had two hits for Team One Auto Mall including a double.

Frostburg led 3-0 after one and was up 4-0 through four before scoring four times in the fifth and two in the sixth to end the game on the 10-run rule.

Dinicola struck out nine while giving up five hits in going the distance.

Team One (7-5) plays Bedford Burnett Agency today, 1:30 p.m., at Memorial Field. Frostburg (5-6-1) hosts Lakeview Auto Parts on Monday, 6 p.m., at Glendening Field.

Greg’s Auto Body 12, Salisbury 2

POTOMAC PARK — Greg’s Auto Body busted open a close score by putting together a nine-run fourth inning and followed that up with two more in the fifth inning of its win over Salisbury Thursday evening.

Brady Norris doubled twice and batted in three runs as Greg’s leading hitter. Tyler Clingerman added a double.

Both teams scored a run in the first inning and Salisbury went ahead 2-1 in the top of the fourth before Greg’s put up the nine-run fourth.

Ross Mazos doubled and singled for Salisbury. Kirk Eberly doubled and Hunter Wilt added a pair of singles.

Greg’s (5-4-1) plays today at Holler Field against Taylor Mines at 11 a.m.

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