POTOMAC PARK — Lyle Baker fired a one-hit shutout and Bradyn Speir and Christian Beeman had RBI singles, lifting Frostburg Legion to a 4-0 win over Coldwell Banker in Hot Stove League baseball Thursday at Hamilton Field.
Baker allowed only an infield single to Josh Shoemaker in the fifth inning, walked three and struck out seven in the complete-game win.
It was a 0-0 game until the bottom of the fourth when the Legion took a 2-0 lead. Jeff McKenzie singled, moved to second when Evan Cook reached on a fielder’s choice and advanced to third on an error on a pickoff play, then scored on a throwing error in an attempt to retire Cook going back to first base. Cook later scored on a single by Beeman to make it 2-0.
The only other runs came in the sixth. Cook reached second on an error, took third on a wild pitch and scored when Landon McAlpine reached on an infield error. McAlpine later scored on a single by Speir.
The Legion was limited to four singles, by Speir, Beeman, McKenzie and Tanner Lohnas. Shoemaker, who pitched 5 2/3 innings and struck out seven, and Bennie Oates combined on the four-hitter for Coldwell Banker.
Cresaptown Eagles 8Fort Ashby Lions 0
POTOMAC PARK — Cayden Bratton, Ricky Day and Allex Kennell combined on a no-hitter in leading the Cresaptown Eagles over the Fort Ashby Lions.
Bratton pitched the first two innings, Day the third and fourth and Kennell the fifth and sixth. They combined for nine strikeouts and eight walks.
Bratton, with a double and single, had two of the Eagles’ seven hits. Eli Wallace stroked two singles.
The Eagles (6-1) play Thursday, against Keyser, at 5:30 p.m.