FROM STAFF REPORTS
POTOMAC PARK — Grant Wolfe’s two-run base hit gave Twigg Plumbing & Heating a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over Kiwanis Thursday evening at Holler Field.
Wolfe’s single capped a three-run inning and erased a 3-1 deficit. Two walks and a base hit loaded the bases when Kaden Watts’ second of two singles drove in one run to make it 3-2 and keep the bases loaded for Wolfe’s at bat.
Watts and Danny May each had two hits out of Twigg’s seven overall. Kiwanis was held to five hits with Derron Warner belting a double and a single.
Winning pitcher Jordan Warner went the distance despite throwing 58 pitches in the first two innings. He settled down and finished with 135 total with seven strikeouts, including the last two to end the game.
Twigg’s improves to 4-7 and will host the Cumberland Optimist on Tuesday, 6 p.m., at Hamilton Field. Kiwanis (2-10) also plays Tuesday at 6 against Thomas Chevrolet in Bedford, Pa.
F.A. Lions 4
BEDFORD, Pa. — Hunter Lankey’s walk-off double in the eighth inning gave Bedford Thomas Chevrolet a win over the Fort Ashby Lions in Bedford on Thursday.
Kyle Miller and Josh Hickey both singled to lead off the inning and set up Lankey’s liner off the left field fence. Miller went 3-for-4.
Bedford Thomas Chevrolet (9-1-1) hosts Kiwanis Tuesday at 6 p.m.
ACCIDENT — Aaron Rodeheaver and Hunter Hill combined on a one-hitter to lead undefeated Lakeview Auto Parts over Madigan’s Auto Sales Thursday at Northern High School.
Rodeheaver and Hill teamed for six strikeouts and gave up a single.
Hill and Logan Yommer both had two hits. Yommer and Brooks Carr each had a double and two RBIs. Jimmy Spears and Clark Morin both had base hits with Morin’s driving in two runs.
Lakeview (11-0) visits Frostburg Legion on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Madigan’s (4-4) hosts KMK Insurance/Outdoor Power the same evening at 7 p.m.
Riverside Sports 6
Cumberland Rotary 1
CRESAPTOWN — Carson Imes fanned 13 for Riverside Sports in a defeat of Cumberland Rotary at Memorial Field Wednesday.
Imes allowed just one run on two hits and walked four. He singled and drove in two at the plate. Austin Martin singled twice, bringing in three.
Garrett Kesner struck out 10 and walked four over six innings for Rotary. Austin Farrell’s RBI single and a Braden Stott single were Rotary’s only hits.
Riverside Sports (4-4) plays Cresaptown Eagles at Holler Field Friday at 6 p.m.
SALISBURY, Pa. — Blake Milburn pitched a no-hitter, striking out 13 batters to lead KMK/Outdoor Power over the Salisbury American Legion Wednesday night at Salisbury High School.
Milburn, who was charged with an unearned run in the first inning, retired the side in order in the final three innings to secure the no-hitter and the win.
Conversely, Salisbury’s Matt Geiger, who worked the first four innings, and reliever Zach Hotchkiss combined to pitch a three-hitter, allowing just a double by Ryan Miller and singles from Logan Milburn and Mike Simanski. Miller scored the first run in the fourth to tie the score for KMK/Outdoor Power, which pushed the eventual game-winner across in the fifth.
The Salisbury run came in when Hunter Wilt scored on a first-inning error after walking and stealing second.
KMK/Outdoor Power (7-4) will play Keyser VFW Monday at Memorial Field. Salisbury (3-6) will play today, 5:30 p.m., at Memorial against the Keyser Moose.
Cresaptown Eagles 0
Chestnut Ridge 0
EAST ST. CLAIR, Pa. — Only rain could get the best of pitchers Austin Beemer and Bryson Shephard as the two went toe-to-toe for five shutout innings before the wet stuff came to force a scoreless tie between Chestnut Ridge and the Cresaptown Eagles Wednesday at the Ridge.
Chestnut Ridge’s Beemer gave up only a single in five innings of work, striking out seven and walking two. The Eagles’ Shephard scattered five hits in keeping Ridge off the board.
Phillip Dull had two singles for Chestnut Ridge and Josh McGill doubled.
Chestnut Ridge (5-2-3) played the Ridgeley VFW last night. The Eagles play Riverside Sports today, 6 p.m., at Holler Field.
KMK’s Blake Milburn no-hits Salisbury
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