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June 23, 2013

Post 13 rallies twice to beat Potomac Valley

CUMBERLAND — Fort Cumberland Post 13 came from behind to sweep Potomac Valley Sunday afternoon at Legion Field.

Post 13 won the opener, 9-4, after trailing 4-1 midway through the third inning before answering with six runs in the bottom of the inning and then tacking on two more in the fourth.

Chris Fram’s three-run home run was the big hit of the inning. Colton Sivic, Ryan Briner and Evan Harden all had two singles.

Alex See gave Potomac Valley the 4-1 lead with his two-run home run in the top of the third. Trevor Harman added a double.

Dan Strietbeck picked up the win, striking out nine without any walks finishing with four scoreless innings.

Post 13 scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to beat Potomac Valley 4-3 and earn the sweep.

Trenton Eirich led off with a single and took second on Matt Oleksik’s base hit. Travis Miller laid down a bunt that got past the first baseman allowing Eirich to score the tying run and Oleksik to get the game-winning run.

Potomac Valley was held to three hits by Keaton Funk. See had a double and Harman’s fifth-inning solo home run gave Potomac Valley a 3-2 lead.

Post 13 (6-7) visits Grantsville at Garrett College on Thursday beginning at 6 p.m.

Junior Legion

Post 13    11  2

Woodsboro    0  3

WOODSBORO — Adam DuVall struck out nine and also homered to lead Fort Cumberland Post 13 to a 11-0 victory over Woodsboro in the first game of a doubleheader Sunday afternoon.

Errors cost Post 13 a chance at a sweep as Woodsboro won the second game 3-2 in nine innings.

DuVall fired a two-hitter in the opener while walking two and striking out nine.

Brady Hillegas and Dylan Wilson each had three hits while Blake Milburn had two including a three-run triple. Wade McGee and Garrett Kesner each had two base hits. DuVall’s homer was a two-run shot in the seventh inning and Brandon Reed had a two-run base hit.

Despite out-hitting Woodsboro 6-3 in the second game, it was a pair of errors in the ninth inning that allowed Woodsboro to pull out the extra-inning victory.

Hillegas and Jack Hawkins each had two singles and Reed was solid on the mound, striking out six as part of his three-hitter.

Post 13 (10-9) visits Romney on Tuesday for a 7 p.m. game.

Farrady     7 3

Chaney    2 4


WALKERSVILLE — Michael Livingston fired a three-hitter and Farrady Post 24 rapped 10 hits to defeat Chaney Post 11 in the first game of a doubleheader split Sunday afternoon.

Chaney scored four runs through the fourth to sixth innings to win the second game 4-3.

In the opener, Brady Fulk tripled and doubled, Lucas Lowery doubled and singled, and Michael Livingston doubled and Dylan Shimko had a triple.

Josh Steven tripled for Chaney.

In the second game, Jake Hafer tripled and singled, Mike Strietbeck had two singles, and Patrick Russell belted a double.

Farrady (3-17) hosts Romney at Mountain Ridge in its next game.

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