Cumberland Times-News


June 28, 2014

Greg’s Auto outlasts Keyser VFW, 9-8

Clingerman’s RBI wins it; Burtnett holds off Grantsville SAL, 4-2; KMK Insurance routs Salisbury

POTOMAC PARK — Tyler Clingerman singled home Caleb Whorton in the bottom of the sixth inning for the winning run as Greg’s Auto Body overcame a seven-run inning from Keyser VFW to win 9-8 Saturday at Memorial Field.
Clingerman finished with three runs batted in by also hitting a double to go with his game-winning single. Whorton also had two hits, a double and a single.
Greg’s Auto built a 5-0 lead with three runs in the first and two in the third. Keyser took the lead by scoring seven runs in the top of the fourth before Greg’s retook the lead with three in the home half of the fourth before Keyser knotted things back up with a run in the fifth.
Keyser was led at the plate by Dalton Wilt’s triple and single.
Greg’s (11-5-1) is scheduled to play Madigan's Thursday at Broadford Park.
Burtnett Agency 4
Grantsville SAL 2
POTOMAC PARK — The Burtnett Agency finished off Grantsville SAL with a runner on third and the tying run at the plate to hold on for the win Saturday at Memorial Field.
Bedford took the lead with a run in the first inning and went up 3-0 after two and a half. Grantsville made it 2-1 in the bottom of the third before Burtnett pushed the lead to 4-1 in the sixth. Grantsville scored a run in the bottom of the seventh and had a runner on third when T. Coughenour got the final out to for a complete game.
R. Waugerman led Burtnett with a pair of singles. Grantsville’s H. Mallow hit a double in the loss.
On Thursday, Bedford picked up a 10-3 win over the Cumberland Optimist led by an 11-hit effort on offense.
B. Shaffer, H. Lankey and B. Shirey all had two singles for Burtnett, which scored in every inning except for the sixth.

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