FROM STAFF REPORTS
POTOMAC PARK — Tyler Mayhew tripled home the go-ahead run as part of a four-run seventh inning that gave Casselman Valley an 8-7 win over the Cumberland Moose Wednesday at Memorial Field and evened the Rec Baseball League Championship Series at one game apiece.
Moose built a 7-1 lead though the third inning by scoring four runs in the first, two in the second and one in the third. Casselman scored its first run in the top of the third, and trimmed the lead to 7-4 in the fourth.
In the seventh, Kirk Davis hit a big two-run double before Mayhew tripled to give Casselman its first lead of the night. Mayhew had a singled earlier in the night.
Brandon Miller had three singles and two RBIs in the win.
The Moose got a double, single and two RBIs from Nate Souders, while Vinny Foreman and Zach Steckman each had a single and two RBIs.
The final game of the best-of-three series will be Friday, at 7 p.m., at Memorial Field.
FROM STAFF REPORTS
- Local Sports
Ross rallies Bishop Walsh; Paw Paw wins in overtime
Nicole Ross scored all seven of her points in the fourth quarter to help fuel a late-game rally that lifted Bishop Walsh to a 37-33 victory over Calvary Christian in high school girls basketball Tuesday night.
Potomac wins sixth in row
Jenna McAtee scored a team high 20 points, had four of Potomac State’s 12 three-point goals and led four scorers in double figures as the Catamounts thumped Allegany College, 100-83, in junior college women’s basketball Tuesday night.
What resource will the O’s allocate next?
In November 1993, Dan Duquette, then the general manager of the Montreal Expos, traded second baseman Delino DeShields to the Los Angeles Dodgers for a young pitcher by the name of Pedro Martinez. According to a story in last Sunday’s New York Times, upon completing the deal, Duquette, now general manager of the Baltimore Orioles, told Neal Huntington, then a member of the Expos front office and now the general manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, “This trade is going to be hated in Montreal.”
- Sports Briefs - 12/04/2013
- Sports Calendar - 12/04/2013
Just say no to Winston, Heisman
By next week, the people who make sure the nation has a player worthy of the Heisman trophy — and the ESPN primetime show devoted to it — will have had their say.
Nobody's laughing at Duke anymore
Nobody’s laughing at Duke’s football program anymore.
The 20th-ranked Blue Devils are playing No. 1 Florida State Saturday for an ACC championship and an Orange Bowl berth.
Playoff-bound Seahawks want home-field advantage
Pete Carroll gathered his team in the locker room and finally offered some congratulations.
Wallace not expecting warm welcome in return to Pittsburgh
Facing a ball machine at point-blank range Tuesday, Mike Wallace stood on one leg, rose onto his tiptoes and stretched to grab pass after pass with one hand, making the acrobatic look routine.
- Sports Briefs - 12/03/2013
- More Local Sports Headlines
- Ross rallies Bishop Walsh; Paw Paw wins in overtime