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July 7, 2012

Rosenberger powers Northside to 12-6 victory

MOUNT SAVAGE  — Kyle Rosenberger drove in four runs and the Northside Diamond Dogs used a five-run fifth inning to grab a 12-6 win over Moose Friday evening at Dickel Field.

Bittinger finished with two triples and a single to collect his RBIs. Jerad Fike added a triple and two singles with one RBI, Cody Rodeheaver had four runs with two singles and Josh Bittinger knocked in two runs with a pair of singles. Andy Umbel added a single and one RBI.

The Moose got two singles and one run batted in for the Moose.

On Thursday, the Diamond Dogs took two games from Hite Roofing, winning 11-1 and 9-6.

In the first game, Fike had two doubles, while Rodeheaver and Josh Bittinger had two singles each. Tyler Bittinger had a single and two RBIs and Josh Bittinger also drove in two runs.

Rodeheaver allowed five hits in the five-inning win with Hite’s Ryan Keifer finishing with two singles.

In the 9-6 win, Fike finished with two singles and two RBIs, and Tyler Bittinger got two RBIs off of one single.

For Hite, Keifer hit a double and a triple, Storey had an RBI single and Murray a pair of singles.

North End (8-4-1) will play again on Monday at home against Chessie.

Casselman Valley    10

Hite Roofing    6

SALISBURY, Pa. — Casselman Valley rallied, scoring six runs in the bottom of the sixth, to beat Hite Roofing on Friday in Salisbury.

Hite Roofing got three runs in the top of the first off of Casselman Valley starter Steven Hare. Casselman Valley trimmed the lead to one in the third and then tied it in the fourth. Hite Roofing responded with two runs in the top of the sixth to re-gain the lead. Casselman Valley then batted around in the sixth to take a four-run lead before shutting down Hite Roofing in the seventh.

Casselman Valley was led by Brandon Miller and Kirk Davis who each hit a double and a single. Justin Donaldson hit two singles and Alex Beiler and Ryan Vogt each came up with RBI singles.

Ryan Keefer and Devin Storey led Hite Roofing with two singles each.

Casselman Valley (8-3) plays Personal Best on Monday in Salisbury.

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