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June 18, 2014

Lakeview scores late to defeat Ridgeley, 5-2

— POTOMAC PARK — Lakeview Auto Parts did all of its scoring in the final three innings to come away with a 5-2 victory over Ridgeley Tuesday evening at Memorial Field.

Ridgeley took an early 1-0 lead after the first inning, but lost the lead in the top of the fifth as Lakeview added three runs. Ridgeley would respond with a run in the bottom half of the inning, but still trailed 3-2.

Lakeview (13-2) was able to add a run in the sixth and seventh innings.

Caleb King pitched six innings and struck out 11 as both runs he allowed occurred due to errors.

Clark Morin had three singles and drove in three runs for Lakeview. Peyton Carr, Logan Yommer and Jimmy Spears combined to score four runs.

Ridgeley, also 13-2, was led by two hits each from A.J. Crist and Wyatt Yates.

Lakeview plays again today at Bel Air against KMK Insureance.

Cumberland Lions     4

Frostburg 1st United     3

POTOMAC PARK — Cumerland Lions prevailed with a run in the sixth inning to defeat Frostburg First United at Holler Field on Tuesday evening.

Frostburg jumped out to a 1-0 first inning lead, but the Lions roared backed for three runs in the second to take a 3-1 advantaged.

Frostburg  (1-10) responded with a run in the fourth and fifth innings to tie the game.

James Clark threw a complete game to pick up the win, also striking out six and driving in a run at the plate. J.T. Stevenson added two hits for Cumerland.

Drake Milkner threw five innings for Frostburg, finishing with 13 strikouts in a no decision. Milkner had two runs scored and Logan Frantly drove in two RBIs as each hit safely twice.

Cumberland (4-13) will play at Memorial Field on Friday against Greg’s Auto Body.


Chaney-Buskirk    15

Fort Ashby    7

POTOMAC PARK — Chaney-Buskirk scored five runs in the third, nine in the fourth and one in the fifth to break open its victory over Fort Ashby Monday at Holler Field in a game that was halted after the fifth inning due to darkness.

Nick Corwell had three singles and four runs batted in for Chaney-Buskirk. Colton Dilley doubled and singled to knock in four runs. Michael White and Parker Wilson both singled twice.

For Fort Ashby, Miltenberger had three singles with two RBIs, and Brady Lechliter, Mulbby and Conis all had two singles.

Chaney-Buskirk (5-9) will play Greg’s Auto today at Holler Field. Fort Ashby will play Cork’s Cars Thursday at Holler Field.

Salisbury Legion    15

Keyser Moose    4

KEYSER, W.Va. — Winning pitcher Ross Mazer struck out eight in three hitless innings and smacked two singles as Salisbury Legion defeated Keyser Moose in five innings at John Kruk Field.

Austin Benning and Kyle Garlitz also singled twice and Ashton Kelly doubled for Salisbury.

Salisbury (4-9) plays the Cumberland Kiwanis on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m., at Salisbury High.

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