FROM STAFF REPORTS
CRESAPTOWN — Logan and Blake Milburn combined to strikeout 15 batters for KMK Insurance/Outdoor Power in a 4-2 win over Fort Ashby Lions at Holler Field Wednesday.
The Milburns’ allowed two runs on just three hits. Logan Milburn was the winning pitcher and Blake Milburn got the save.
Blake Geatz and Logan Milburn both singled twice. While Blake Milburn doubled and singled.
Troy Numma singled twice and Gavin Mauzy singled for the Lions’ three hits.
KMK/Outdoor Power (10-5-1) plays Lakeview Auto Parts on Wednesday at Northern High School at 6 p.m.
Hobo’s Restaraunt 0
ACCICENT — Brooks Carr set the tone with a three-run homer in the first for Lakeview Auto Parts in defeating Hobo’s Restaurant at Northern on Wednesday.
Aaron Rodeheaver threw six shutout innings, allowing three hits and fanning seven. Rodeheaver and Cameron King each hit RBI singles. Logan Yommer knocked in two runs with a single.
Elijah Stair, Bryan Dawson and Chaz Fatula all singled for Hobo’s three hits.
Lakeview Auto Parts (14-1) plays KMK/Outdoor Power on Wednesday at Northern at 6 p.m.
Ridgeley VFW 5
Frostburg Legion 0
FROSTBURG — Kirk Robinette hurled a one-hit shutout for Ridgeley VFW in its win at Frostburg Legion on Wednesday.
Frostburg’s hit came on a Michael Livingston’s single in the first inning.
Robinette struck out 12 and walked three. A.J. Crist, Stafford Cessna and Robinette each doubled. Blake Rhodes added two singles in the win.
Ridgeley VFW (13-3) plays the Cumberland Lions Monday at Memorial Field at 5:30 p.m. and the Frostburg Legion (9-6-1) plays at the Keyser Moose on Monday at 6 p.m.
Riverside Sports 8
Grantsville S.A.L. 5
GRANTSVILLE — Darian King Ottaviani belted a two-run homer, a double and two singles and Carson Imes fired a four-hitter and struck out 12 to lead Riverside past Grantsville S.A.L.
King finished with four RBIs for Riverside, which scored three times in the first inning and never trailed.
Brendon Dougherty and Austin Martin doubled and singled twice and Hunter Wilhelm doubled for Riverside, which had 14 hits.
Warner doubled and singled for Grantsville S.A.L.
Riverside (6-7) plays the Cumberland Optimist on Tuesday at Holler Field. Grantsville (8-7) will host Frostburg Legion on Wednesday.
1st United wins pair
POTOMAC PARK — Mike Strietbeck fired a no-hitter in a 10-0 win over Frostburg Legion, and Owen Deffenbaugh knocked in four runs in a 15-5 rout of Bill Miller Equipment to lead Frostburg 1st United to a pair of wins on Tuesday at Memorial Field.
Strietbeck struck out four and walked three in a seven-inning no-hitter against Frostburg Legion. The Bankers led 2-0 before blowing things open with a seven-run fifth inning.
Folk led the 1st United attack with a triple, double, single and four RBIs. Drake Miller doubled and Strietbeck singled, walked three times and scored twice.
In the win over Bill Miller Equipment, Deffenbaugh hit two doubles and a single, scored three runs and drove in four. Drake Miller hit two doubles and Peyton Kahl one.
Peyton Joy doubled for Bill Miller.
KMK/Outdoor Power 14
Team One Auto Mall 4
OAKLAND — Blake Milburn and Logan Milburn combined for eight hits and seven RBIs as KMK Insurance/Outdoor Power rolled past Team One Auto Mall at Southern High School.
Both Milburns hit a double and three singles to lead a 19-hit attack in the five-inning game. Blake had five RBIs and Logan two. Cam Bohrer added three hits and Blake Geatz had two hits and three RBIs.
Logan Milburn threw three perfect innings to get the win.
Team One had three hits, all in the fifth inning, by Shawn Markwood, Kris Tusing and Austin Smith.
KMK/Outdoor Power (9-5-1) takes on Lakeview Auto Parts on Wednesday at Northern. Team One (7-5) will play Taylor Mining on Tuesday, at 5:30, at Memorial Field.
KMK pitchers strike out 15 Fort Ashby batters in 4-2 win
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