FROM STAFF REPORTS
ROMNEY, W.Va. — Matt Maiers spun six, two-hit shutout innings to propel Romney Post 91 to a 10-0, 14-6 sweep of Potomac Valley in a American Legion doubleheader at Hampshire High School Thursday.
Maiers punched out six and walked one in the first game. Thane Cutter, David Delawder, Shane Ennis, Scott Hessler, Hunter Jenkins and Cole Smith all had two hits with Ennis driving in three for Romney.
Hunter Moore and Brandon George both singled for Potomac Valley’s hits.
Cutter doubled twice, scoring twice for Romney in the second game. Ethan Turner and Brett Parrish each had two hits and two RBIs as well. Maiers added two hits including a double.
George went 2-for-3 for Potomac Valley.
Romney Post 91 (12-2) play s Morgantown Post 2 in a doubleheader Saturday at West Virginia University at 5 p.m.
Fort Cumberland 5
CUMBERLAND — Brandon Reed tossed a complete game for Fort Cumberland Post 13 in a win over Romney Post 91 at Allegany College of Maryland Thursday.
Reed recorded strikeouts on three of the last six outs, including the last out of the game, with a runner in scoring position. In total, he allowed three runs on five hits with six strikeouts and two walks.
Blake Milburn tripled and singled. Dylan Shockey and Trevor Evix both singled twice for Post 13.
Dale Bryson tripled and singled. John Judy singled three times for Hampshire.
Fort Cumberland Post 13 (8-7) plays at home against Brunswick on Saturday at 1 p.m.
FROM STAFF REPORTS
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