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April 28, 2014

Campers cripple Sentinels

CUMBERLAND — Winning pitcher Bryce Nightengale had 13 strikeouts on the mound and a home run at the plate as Allegany won its 28th Cumberland City game in a row by beating Fort Hill 7-1 Monday at Allegany.

Nightengale allowed four singles, three walks and one earned run in six innings before Trevor Porter entered to pitch the seventh. He provided the Campers with their final run when he launched a solo bomb in the fifth inning.

Allegany hitters had a total of three home runs on the day and got two of them back-to-back in the first. Colton Sivic slugged a two-run homer as the No. 3 hitter and Matt Oleksik followed suit during the next at bat. Sivic added a single and Oleksik got another RBI. Brady Hillegas added a triple and two singles and Dylan Shockey singled three times.

Fort Hill got an RBI single off the bat of Brandon Reed in the sixth.

Still undefeated (16-0, 10-0 Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference, 4-0 City), Allegany stays home to play Moorefield Wednesday. The Sentinels (5-8, 3-5, 1-2 City) are at Northern on Wednesday.

Calvary    7

Cumberland Valley    3


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Calvary scored six runs over the first two innings and the Eagles’ pitching kept Cumberland Valley quiet at the plate to collect their first win of the season with a four-run victory over the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference opponent.

Catcher Nick Davies had a double and a single, and and Matt Dillow doubled once and scored twice to pace the Calvary offense. Patrick Ware finished with one single and two runs scored, and had three strikeouts working into the third as the starting pitcher. Brayden Pennington relived Ware in the third and got eight more strikeouts over the remainder.

Ware and Pennington combined to allow just two singles.

Calvary (1-10) plays at home Thursday against Broadfording.

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