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June 28, 2014

Ellsworth, Fetters fire Titans to sweep

Pirates sweep Potomac Valley for first victories

POTOMAC PARK — Cody Ellsworth and Tony Fetters allowed only six combined hits in pitching the Tri-State Titans over the Cumberland Orioles in a pair of shutouts Saturday afternoon at Holler Field in Pen-Mar-WV action.
Both pitchers had eight strikeouts and each gave up a walk as the Titans improved to 8-0 with their sweep.
Ellsworth held the Orioles to only four hits in the Titans’ 2-0 victory while Fetters fired a two-hitter and had a hot bat as Tri-State beat the Orioles 10-0 in five innings.
Fetters drove in three runs with a second inning two-run home run and later added an RBI single. Bryce Nightengale and Dylan Wilson both had two RBIs. Nightengale doubled and singled and Wilson had two base hits. Brent Parrish also had two base hits and Ellsworth doubled and singled.
Roy Jefferys and Patrick Russell had the Orioles’ two hits.
In the opener, Parrish’s and Wilson’s RBI singles provided the scoring and Matt Wright had two singles. Ben Russell had two of the Orioles’ four hits.
Tri-State will play the Potomac Pirates at Hyndman for a 1 p.m. doubleheader on Sunday, July 6. Cumberland (6-4) plays the Potomac Pirates today for two games in Hyndman today at 1 p.m.
Potomac Pirates 14  6
Potomac Valley Tunder 4  5
PETERSBURG, W.Va. — After rolling to a 10-run rule victory in the opener, the Potomac Pirates needed to rally in the sixth inning of the nightcap to complete a sweep of the Potomac Valley Sons of Thunder and win their first two games of the season Saturday at Petersburg High School.
The Pirates (2-8) raced out to a 9-0 lead on their way to a 14-4 decision for their first victory before scoring four runs over the fifth and sixth innings to pull out a 6-5 win later in the afternoon. 

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