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July 2, 2014

Mallow pitches Grantsville shutout

— GRANTSVILLE — Hunter Mallow may have only had four strikeouts in a seven-inning complete game, but he allowed only three hits as well as he was in complete control during a 3-0 win over Kiwanis for the Grantsville Sons of the American Legion Wednesday evening.

Mallow scattered two singles and a double over his seven innings of work and helped himself out by driving in a run with a single. Noah Werner drove in Grantsville’s other two runs with a single, and Lance Smith hit a double.

The SAL scored all three of its runs in the bottom of the third.

Kiwanis’ Colton Hamilton had the only extra-base hit of the night with a double.

Grantsville improves to 15-4 and plays a makeup game with Frostburg Legion tonight at Frostburg Armory. Kiwanis plays the Cumberland Lions Monday at Hamilton Field.

Salisbury Legion    9

Frostburg Legion    6

SALISBURY, Pa. — Ross Mazer had nine strikeouts and allowed two hits in six innings to send Salisbury past Frostburg Tuesday during the conclusion of a game suspended weeks ago because of rain.

Mazer added a double and two singles to his performance on the mound, Hayden Mason hit two singles and Hunter Wilt had a double and a single. Logan Short and Kyle Garlitz had one double each.

Matt Bircham had a double to lead Frostburg.

Salisbury (7-14) plays the Cumberland Lions tonight in Salisbury. Frostburg is at Broadford Park on Monday to face Madigan’s Auto Parts.

Cork’s Cars    11

Bill Miller    3

OAKLAND — Cork’s Cars won its 16th game by beating Bill Miller Equipment Tuesday at Broadford Park.

Ian DeWitt had a double and three RBIs and Dakota Hinebaugh hit a double with an RBI for Cork’s. Broc Lohr singled twice and drove in a run and Lucas Root had an RBI single.

Bill Miller picked up two doubles from A.J. Christ and a double and a single from Brett Whiteman.

Cork’s (16-2-1) plays Greg’s Auto Sunday in Oakland. Bill Miller plays Tuesday at Salisbury.

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