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May 9, 2014

Beal leads Kiwanis’ 4-1 win

— POTOMAC PARK — Blake Beal carried a perfect game into the seventh inning before allowing one hit, one walk and one run in the final frame as Kiwanis beat Taylor Mining 4-1 Friday at Hamilton Field.

Beal finished with seven strikeouts in the one-hitter, and needed to be as sharp as be was as the pitchers on the other side (A. Branter and M. Mills) combined to two-hit Kiwanis.

Connor Kelly had both of his team’s hits by collecting a double and a single.

Taylor Mining’s Corey Shockey spoiled the no-hitter with a single as the second batter in the seventh.

Kiwanis (2-0) plays Monday, 8 o’clock at Hamilton, against Frostburg Legion. Taylor Mining plays the Optimists Wednesday at Hamilton.

Cresaptown Eagles    8

Thomas Chevrolet    1


POTOMAC PARK — Brenten Miller tossed a four-hitter, Hunter Wilhelm smacked a double and single and Cresaptown Eagles/Riverside Sports remained unbeaten by defeating Thomas Chevrolet Bedford at Holler Field.

Miller struck out eight and walked only two for the Eagles (3-0), who erased an early 1-0 deficit with a three-run third. They added another run in the fifth and tacked on four more in the sixth.

Cole Holler and Cameron O’Neal had two singles for the Eagles/Riverside. B. Shirey doubled for Thomas Chevrolet.

The Eagles/Riverside will play Ridgeley Bill Miller Equipment on Saturday at 10 a.m. at Hamilton Field. Thomas Chevrolet will play the Cumberland Lions on Tuesday at Memorial Field at 5:30.

KMK/Outdoor Power    11

Frostburg Legion    9


POTOMAC PARK— Caleb Sivic smacked an RBI triple, Ryan Miller and Cam Bohrer had two singles and winning pitcher Josh Shirey knocked in two runs to help lift KMK Insurance/Outdoor Power defeat the Frostburg Legion at Memorial Field.

Each team scored in five of the six innings. KMK took a 4-1 lead after the first inning and never trailed. It was 9-2 after 2 1/2 innings but the Legion closed to within 9-8 after four innings.

Elisha Llewellyn hit two singles and Matt Brehm doubled for Frostburg Legion.

Team One Auto Mall    8

First United    3


OAKLAND  — Team One managed only four hits, but took full advantage of 10 walks over the first three innings to build an 8-2 lead that turned into a five-run win over First United Thursday at Broadford Park.

Joe Custer hit a double in the win. For First United, D. Miller hit a double and scored all three runs, B. Merrill had a RBI double and H. Sword singled in a run.

Austin Smith and Alec Horner combined for six strikeouts and six hits allowed in the win.

Team One (2-0) plays today against Twigg’s Plumbing, 10 a.m., at Hamilton Field.

Chaney-Buskirk    4

Keyser VFW    3


POTOMAC PARK — Keyser VFW had already scored once and had the tying run on second base when Nick Corwell recorded the last out to preserve Chaney-Buskirk’s win Thursday at Hamilton Field.

Corwell came on in relief in the fifth and finished with seven strikeouts in three innings. Seth Evans and Devin Gillespie had RBI singles and Corwell had a single and two runs for Chaney-Buskirk.

Keyser’s starter Brady Ours had seven strikeouts and Cam White had three singles and two RBIs.

Chaney-Buskirk (2-1) plays Cork's Cars at Hamilton Field on Tuesday.

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