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June 2, 2014

Ridgeley improves to 9-1

Holler had 4 hits as Eagles responsible for Lakeview’s 1st loss

— HYNDMAN, Pa. — Ridgeley broke things open in the fourth inning to come away with a 9-3 victory over Hyndman Monday evening.

With the game tied 3-3 after three innings, Ridgeley added three runs in the fourth and another three in the sixth.

A.J. Crist lead the 13-hit attack with four singles.

Wyatt Yates and Blake Rhodes, the pitcher-catcher combo thru the first five innings each added two hits. Caleb Hare had a two-run single.

Chaz Fatula had an RBI single for Hyndman with Ross Bebout contributing two singles.

Ridgeley improves to 9-1 with the win, having won two games yesterday to help reach that mark.

In the first game they defeated the Frostburg Legion 11-1 in six innings at Holler Field.

Brett Whiteman and Yates combined for 13 strikeouts and surrendered just two-hits in the win.

Whiteman, Crist, Yates, and Nate Strietbeck all had multiple hits.

Ridgeley followed that win up with a 6-2 victory over Chestnut Ridge on the same field.

Strietbeck fired a complete game with 10 strikeouts. Yates hit a double and a single.

Ridgeley plays again on Thursday at Holler Field against Twigg Plumbing and Heating.

Sunday

Cresaptown/Riverside     9

Lakeview Auto    8


ACCIDENT — The Cresaptown Eagles scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning to take a 1-0 lead and Trenton Middleton threw a quiet bottom of the inning as Riverside Sports handed Lakeview Auto its first loss Sunday at Northern.

Cole Holler hit four singles and Hunter Wilhelm added three of his own for the Eagles. Brenten Miller had two singles, including the one that gave his team the lead in the seventh.

Peyton Carr and Logan Yommer had three singles each for Lakeview. Calyb King and Eli Reed had two singles each.

Both teams play tonight with Cresaptown (7-3) taking on Chaney-Buskirk at Hamilton Field and Lakeview playing Kiwanis at Memorial.

Greg’s Auto 10, Kiwanis 3

POTOMAC PARK — Jared House hit two singles and scored four runs during Greg’s win over Kiwanis Sunday.

Brody Norris added a pair of doubled and Caleb Whorton had two singles and three RBIs.

Body Norris doubled in the loss.

On Saturday, Carl Potter scored five runs on two singles, and Norris added a double and three singles. Whorton added two more base hits.

Potter was very imposing on the mound with 15 strikeouts in the complete game.

Now 4-4-1, Greg’s Auto plays Thursday at Memorial against Salisbury.

Taylor Mines 10, Rotary 6

POTOMAC PARK — Taylor Mines took a 4-0 lead in the second inning, which wound up  making the difference between a win and a loss against Rotary Saturday.

Matt Mills hit a double and a single to lead Taylor, while Devin Smith, Evan Shockey and Corey Simpson all had two singles each.

Noah Steckman hit a double and a single during the loss.

On Friday, Taylor earned a 3-3 win over Cork’s Cars behind 10 strikeouts from Smith. Smith, along with Corey Shockey, hit two singles.

Ethan Bittinger led Cork’s with 10 strikeouts and hit a pair of singles. Ian DeWitt came through with a double.

Taylor Mines (5-1-1) play Wednesday at Holler against Frostburg First United.

Grantsville SAL     10

Keyser Moose     0


KEYSER — Colton Houser, Lance Smith, and Ryan Weimer combined for eight strikeouts and allowed just two hits to lead Grantsville SAL over Keyser Moose 10-0 in five innings on Friday.

Grantsville (5-3) was lead by Richard Ravenscroft’s four-RBIs, while Hunter Tice added three.

Sam Beeman and Hunter Mallow each had two singles, totaling three more RBIs in the victory.

Keyser Moose’s two hits came on an Austin Kitzmiller single and Jose Morales double.

Grantsville SAL will play Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. against Madigan's Auto Sales.

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