Cumberland Times-News


April 17, 2014

Unbeaten Alco beats Hyndman

HYNDMAN, Pa. — Undefeated Allegany took a five-inning 14-4 win at Hope for Hyndman Charter School Thursday, scoring five runs in the second inning and eight in the third.

Jack Hawkins doubled and singled for Allegany. Trenton Eirich and Matt Oleksik both doubled to knock in three runs.

Bryce Nightengale, Colton Sivic and Brady Hillegas all singled and knocked in two runs.

Jack Leydig was 3 for 3 with a double and two singles for Hope for Hyndman. M.J. Messenger doubled and singled to knock in three.

Allegany (10-0) plays Smithsburg at noon and Preston County at 2:30 p.m. today in the Mountain Ridge Easter Classic at the Hot Stove Complex.

Bishop Walsh    12

Calvary    0

POTOMAC PARK — Bishop Walsh used a pair of five-run innings and Stefan Miller pitched a five-inning shutout to lead Bishop Walsh over Calvary Christian Academy Thursday night at the Hot Stove Complex.

Miller limited the Eagles to two singles, while the Spartans had eight hits with Miller and Will Giles both singling and tripling. Zach Ruppenkamp and Dylan Wilson both had two singles with Wilson scoring two runs.

Bishop Walsh (4-6) will host Fort Hill on Tuesday. Calvary (0-7) will play Monday Grace at Grace.

Hampshire    3

Petersburg    2

PETERSBURG, W.Va. — Shane Ennis struck out 10 and Bucky Timbrook belted a two-run double that lifted Hampshire over Petersburg Thursday afternoon.

Ennis held the Vikings to five hits and didn’t allow a walk while Ryan Colaw struck out six with four walks in six innings for Petersburg.

The Trojans’ Dane Heavener led all hitters going 3 for 4 with three singles. He scored a run and stole three bases.

Ryan Vanmeter had two hits in three attempts and Jace Shanholtz and Trevor Harman each had sacrifice RBIs for Petersburg.

The Vikings (5-6) left the tying run stranded at second in the bottom of the seventh.

Petersburg plays Liberty Harrison in a doubleheader today at Clarksburg beginning at 12:30 p.m.

Hampshire (8-3) begins a week-long trip to Myrtle Beach with a game against Westhill (N.Y.) on Monday.

Pendleton County     15

Tucker County     5

FRANKLIN, W.Va. — Pendleton County overcame a slow start to defeat Tucker County in a Potomac Valley Converfence matchup Thursday evening behind freshman Trey Cooper’s two hits and four RBIs.

In the first inning the Wildcats fell behind 4-0 by committing three fielding errors, but regrouped with two runs of their own in the bottom half of the inning.

Trailing 4-2, Pendleton County (11-5, 5-1 PVC) again rallied with three runs in the second — finishing the five- inning outing with runs in every inning.

In addition to Cooper’s two hits, Cody Lambert and Logan Cooper each had three hits and two RBIs. Luke Yokum added two for three RBIs while Tim Hevener has a two-run triple.

Tucker County (2-5 (2-2 PVC) scored its final run on a solo home run from Jake Pipern in the third inning off of Owen McGrath, who earned the win for Pendleton.

The Mountain Lion pitchers surrendered 20 hits. Kevin McDermont and Zach Haddox each had two hits.

Pendleton will play Saturday at Paw Paw in a doubleheader.

Fort Hill JV    7

Allegany JV    3

CUMBERLAND — The Fort Hill junior varsity defeated Allegany’s junior varsity, 7-3, Thursday at Allegany.

Noah Steckman doubled and singled for Fort Hill, while Noah Weber and Braydon Brown both singled twice. Bradon Stott was the winning pitcher, going all seven innings and striking out 11 while giving up just two hits.

For Allegany, Ryan Miller and T.J. Hartley both doubled.

Fort Hill (3-2) will play Monday, 4:30 p.m., at Southern.

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