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June 16, 2013

Farrady walks off a winner

FROM STAFF REPORTS

FROSTBURG — Zach Beal singled home Mike Livingston to cap a four-run rally in the seventh inning that lifted Frostburg Farrady to an 8-7 win over Blue Ridge in Junior American Legion baseball Sunday at Mountain Ridge.

Down 7-3, Drake Miller led off the Farrady seventh with a single, and Lucas Lowery and Justin Wilson also singled. Jake Hafer’s two-run double cut the score to 7-5, and Patrick Russell’s RBI single made it a one-run game.

Livingston, who had also singled, scored on Beal’s walkoff single.

Lowery went 3 for 3 with three singles, Russell had two singles and Brady Folk a double for Farrady. Livingston got the win, scattering six hits and striking out 10.

Blue Ridge won the second game 12-5.

Folk hit another double and Livingston singled twice for Farrady (2-13), which plays at Cumberland on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Williamsport    12   7

Cumberland    0   11

CUMBERLAND — Jack Hawkins hit a three-run double during a five-run first inning to help Fort Cumberland to an 11-7 win over Williamsport for a split of their Junior American Legion doubleheader Sunday afternoon.

Williamsport won the first game in five innings, 12-0.

In the Cumberland win, Brady Hillegas hit three singles, Dylan Shockey had two singles and excelled defensively at catcher, and Hawkins doubled and singled.

Post 13 scored five times on five hits in the first inning and never trailed. Hillegas led off with a single, Dylan Wilson singled and Blake Milburn walked to load the bases. Shockey knocked in the first run with a single, Hawkins followed with the three-run double and Brandon Reed capped the inning with an RBI single.

Wade McGee got the win and struck out five in five innings of relief.

In the first game, Williamsport scored five runs in the first inning. Buddy Eichelberger tossed a one-hitter and struck out seven. Scriever and Bendello homered.

Hawkins had Cumberland’s only hit, a single.

Post 13 (7-7) will host Frostburg Farrady on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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