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July 5, 2012

Blair’s hit caps rally for Legion

FROSTBURG — Daniel Blair put the finishing touches on a five-run rally by hitting a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning to send Frostburg Legion past G&S Coal 12-11 Thursday at the Frostburg Armory.

Frostburg entered its final at bats facing a four-run deficit, but got big triples from Brett Ishler and Ben Nicol to tie the score before Blair’s base hit scored Nicol to win it.

Frostburg concludes the regular season at 7-10-1 and must wait to see if it made the playoffs.

Zach Beal had a triple and a double in the win, with Ishler adding a single to his triple. Both John Taylor and Blair finished with two singles.

G&S (2-15) was led by Tommy Duckworth’s four RBIs on two doubles and a single. Duckworth hit a two-run double in the top of the seventh as his team scored three times to take an 11-7 lead. Austin Trenum and Tyler Redman each had a double and a single, while Bradley Green hit a double.

G&S will play tonight when it faces Lakeview Auto in Westernport.

Riverside Sports    18

Kiwanis    5


BEL AIR  — Bryce Nightengale and Carson Imes had four RBIs each as Riverside scored 13 runs over the first two innings during a win over Kiwanis Thursday evening at Bel Air Field.

Nightengale recorded his four RBIs by tagging a triple, double and a single. Imes got his on a pair of singles. Charlie Twigg, Hunter Wilhelm, Brenton Miller, Brendan Daughtery and Bret Fuzie all finished with two singles.

Riverside (11-5-1)  scored seven times in the first inning, six more times in the second and five more in the third.

Riverside will play Saturday, 10 a.m., at Bel Air against Rotary. Kiwanis plays the Fort Ashby Lions tonight at Frankfort.

Bill Miller Equip.    14

Young’s Unlimited    9


POTOMAC PARK — Lucas Lowery smacked three singles to back the five-hit pitching of Colton Horner, lifting Bill Miller Equipment over Young’s Unlimited Tuesday at Hamilton Field.

Horner scattered five hits and struck out 11 in the six-inning game.

Caleb Ryan, Caleb Wilt and Lucas Smearman doubled for Bill Miller, which led 10-9 after five innings before pulling away with four runs in the sixth.

Zach Ruppenkamp doubled and singled and Ryan McMillan doubled for Young’s Unlimited.

Bill Miller Equipment (1-15-1) plays the Cumberland Lions on Friday at Ellerslie Park. Young’s Unlimited (0-16) played Ridgeley VFW on Thursday at Frankfort.

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