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July 3, 2012

Carr stalls Team One’s offense

Allows one hit in shutout; Metz also tosses one-hitter

ACCIDENT — Brooks Carr pitched a one-hit shutout for Lakeview Auto Parts in a 10-0 dismantling of Team One Auto Parts in five innings at Northern High School on Monday.

Team One’s lone hit came on a single by Colton Peck in the fourth inning.

Lakeview had already scored 10 runs by then, led by Trevon Jones with two doubles and a single. Aaron Rodeheaver finished with a triple, Logan Yommer had a double and a single and Justin Derato two singles.

Lakeview keeps rolling with a 14-1-1 record, and travel to Westernport on Friday to play G&S Coal/Taylor Mining.

Grantsville    7

Hyndman    2


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Meshach Metz took a no-hitter into the seventh, ultimately allowing one hit and two runs in a Grantsville’s win over Hobo’s Restaurant.

The no-hitter was broken up by Hobo’s starting pitcher M.J. Messenger to lead off the seventh.

Grantsville was led offensively by Diori Pattison’s double and single, and Logan White and Logan Fratz with two singles each.

Grantsville (13-4) will play in Oakland on Friday against Team One Auto Mall.

Cresaptown Eagles    10

Ridgeley VFW    4


BEL AIR — Michael Barton had three hits and catcher Dylan Wilson had a pair of hits and a big defensive game as the Cresaptown Eagles downed the Ridgeley VFW.

Barton belted a triple and two singles while Wilson hit two doubles and picked off four baserunners to lead the Eagles (13-4), who snapped a 3-3 tie with three runs in the fifth inning. Austin Murray and Dalton Torbet doubled.

Kirk Robinette smacked a triple and two singles, Cody Shepherd doubled and singled and Gage Shaffer doubled for Ridgeley VFW (9-8).

Cresaptown will play Barr, Thorne & Keplinger today at Moorefield. Ridgeley faces Young’s Unlimited at Frankfort on Thursday.

Fort Ashby Lions    4

Optimist    2


CRESAPTOWN — Braiden Popluhar pitched a complete game, allowing just two runs on two hits in lifting the Fort Ashby Lions over the Cumberland Optimist at Hamilton Field.

The Optimist’s two hits came on an RBI triple from Ty Mance and a single by Derek Flanagan.

Micah Ludwick was tough on the mound for Optimist as well, allowing just three hits and striking out 10.

Catcher Cole Smith had two singles and an RBI for Fort Ashby (14-3), which play Kiwanis on Friday at Frankfort High School. The Cumberland Optimist play KMK Insurance on Friday in LaVale.

Cork’s Cars    3

First United    1


OAKLAND — Mike Welch pitched a complete game gem to out-duel Dillon Shimko as Cork’s Cars defeated Frostburg 1st United 3-1 on Monday at Broadford Park.

Welch surrendered Frostburg’s only run of the game in the top of the first. Cork’s rebounded to take the lead with two runs in the fourth and added some insurance with a run in the sixth. First United had the tying run at the plate in the seventh, but Cork’s turned a 6-4-3 double play to end the game.

Shimko struck out ten, pitching a complete game for 1st United. He had a double and a run scored at the plate.

Matt Imhoff had a double and scored two runs and Keith Chapman had an RBI double for Cork’s Cars, who move their record to 12-5 going into a game at Salisbury on Thursday.

Madigan’s     14

D&D Homes    4


BARTON — Zack Hanline allowed four runs on five hits and struck out six in a complete game win, 14-4, for Madigan’s Auto Sales over D&D Homes/Moran Lawn Care.

D&D took the lead for the first and only time with three runs in the second. Madigan’s tied it in the third and then blew it open with six runs in the fourth and cruised from there.

At the plate, Matt McCollogh hit a triple in the win.

Patrick Russell hit two doubles in the loss.

Madigan’s, 6-10, plays again today at Southern High School against Salisbury.

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