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June 13, 2013

Livingston fans 17 in Frostburg win

OAKLAND — Michael Livingston fired a dominating one-hitter with 17 strikeouts to send Frostburg Legion to an 8-3 win over Cork’s Cars in Hot Stove League baseball Wednesday at Broadford Park.

Livingston walked seven, struck out at least two batters in every inning and fanned the side in the second, fourth and seventh innings and took a no-hitter into the seventh inning. Peyton Kennedy broke it up with a two-out single in the seventh.

Cameron Ritchie had three singles and Anthony Calcutta and Hunter Harris had two singles for Frostburg Legion (6-2).

Greg’s Auto Body 5, Kiwanis 4

POTOMAC PARK — Colton Dilley put down a suicide squeeze to score Jake Darroh with one out in the bottom of the seventh to cap a comeback from a three-run deficit and lead Greg’s Auto over Kiwanis in Hot Stove League baseball Wednesday night at Memorial Field.

Austin Bittner doubled and singled to knock in two runs for Greg’s (3-6), while Tristen Tressler and Brady Morris both doubled. Lannon Squires doubled and singled for Kiwanis.

Tressler started and worked the first four innings for Greg’s before being relieved by Caleb Wharton in the fifth. The two combined for 13 strikeouts.

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