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July 2, 2013

Madigan’s tops Rotary, 1-0

OAKLAND — Zach Hanline got the win in a battle of one-hitters as Madigan’s Auto nipped Cumberland Rotary, 1-0, in Hot Stove League play Tuesday night at Broadford Park.

Hanline allowed just a single, did not walk a batter and struck out 11 in a complete-game win.

Left-hander Ricky Colbert absorbed the loss despite throwing a one-hitter of his own. He also allowed only a single, walked three and struck out 11.

The only run came in the sixth when Matt McCullough walked, advanced to second on a groundout by Hanline, moved to third on a passed ball and scored on a fielder’s choice off the bat of Lucas Holler.

Madigan’s Brian Kelly and the Rotary’s Austin Farrell had the only hits.

Madigan’s Auto (7-6-1) hosts Keyser VFW on Tuesday. The Rotary plays Bill Miller Equipment on Monday at Holler Field.

Hobo’s Restaurant    9

Cresaptown Eagles    8


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Tanner Fichtner hit a walkoff single to cap a three-run seventh inning that lifted Hobo’s Restaurant past the Cresaptown Eagles.

Hobo’s rallied from a 6-1 deficit after three innings, and trailed 8-6 after the Eagles scored two unearned runs in the top of the seventh.

Matt Lewis hit an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh prior to Fichtner’s  game-winning hit.

Cody Lohr went 3 for 4 with a double and Elijah Stair had two hits and scored two runs for Hobo’s.

Bryson Shepherd, Dalton Torbet and Dakota Roy doubled for the Eagles. Shepherd and T.J. Hartley scored twice.

Hobo’s (7-6-2) plays Lakeview Auto today at Northern High. The Eagles play the Kiwanis on Tuesday at Memorial Field at 8 p.m.

Lakeview Auto    12

Kiwanis    2


ACCIDENT — Hunter Hill recorded seven strikeouts and gave up two hits as Lakeview Auto Parts needed just five innings to dispose of Kiwanis Tuesday night at Northern High School.

Lakeview (13-1) collected 10 hits all together and was led by Tyler McClintock and Logan Yommer with two singles each. Brooks Carr tripled and doubled to drive in two runs, Bryce Jones doubled and Hill did his part by driving in two runs with a single.

Kiwanis scored a run in its first at bats, but Lakeview countered with its own run in the home half. It then pushed the lead to 4-1 in the second inning and finished out with six runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Kelly Connor and Josh Cooper split Kiwanis two singles.

Lakeview plays again tonight when it hosts Hobos Restaurant. Kiwanis plays the Eagles on Tuesday, 8 p.m., at Memorial Field.

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