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June 17, 2013

Shroyer hurls Barrelville ODC to victory

MOUNT SAVAGE — Brandon Shroyer pitched a complete game gem, allowing two runs on two hits with nine strikeouts and three walks for Barrelville Outdoor Club in a 4-2 win over Personal Best in Rec League baseball Monday evening at Dickel Field.

Michael Stair and Trent Schrock both doubled to lead Barrelville’s offense.

Brandon Kimble and Matt Oleksik singled for Personal Best’s two hits.

Barrelville Outdoor Club (4-1) plays Casselman Valley on Friday, at Salisbury, at 7:30 p.m.

Hite Roofing    7

Cumberland Moose    4


POTOMAC PARK — Ryan Murphy, Justin Swogger and Devin Storey all knocked in runs in the top of the ninth as Hite Roofing rallied for three runs in defeating the Cumberland Moose at Memorial Field.

Storey finished the game with four singles for Hite, while Hunter Marrale doubled and Brady Hillegas singled twice.

Ryan Keifer went the distance for the win, striking out 10. Meanwhile, Nate Souders worked 8 2/3 innings for the Cumberland Moose, striking out 15.

Offensively for the Moose, T. Manning doubled twice, Eli Souders had two singles and Vince Foreman doubled and singled.

Hite Roofing (1-3) will play Fort Ashby VFW Friday at Memorial Field.

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