POTOMAC PARK — Ricky Colbert fired a five-inning one-hitter and Derek Hickle drove in three runs as Rotary defeated Young’s Unlimited 10-0 Thursday evening at Holler Field.

Hickle had a triple and a base hit for his three RBI. Braden Stott belted two base hits out of Rotary’s seven total.

Colbert struck out 11 while giving up just one walk. He allowed only a second-inning base hit to Young’s Kris Jackson.

Rotary led 4-0 after the first inning and 6-0 after three. It scored three runs in the fourth and the 10th run in the top of the fifth eventually shortened the game due to the 10-run rule.

Rotary (7-4) will play Cumberland Optimist Wednesday at Hamilton Field. Young’s Unlimited (0-12) also plays Wednesday against Outdoor Power at Holler Field.

Bedford     5

Frostburg Legion    3

FROSTBURG — Kyle Miller and Jeffrey Kidd hit seventh-inning RBIs that led Bedford Thomas Chevrolet over the Frostburg Legion Thursday at Armory Field.

Thomas Chevrolet jumped out to a 3-0 lead and was clinging to a 3-2 advantage going into the seventh before Miller’s and Kidd’s bases hits made the lead 5-2. The Legion got another run in and had the bases loaded when the game-ending out came on a pop up to the shortstop.

Lucas Waugerman, Kidd and Trenton Elliott each had two hits for Bedford with Waugerman getting a double. Zach Beal had three hits for Frostburg Legion with a triple. Ethan Hovatter doubled and singled while Brett Ishler had two singles.

Kidd came on in relief in the second inning and struck out eight for Bedford. Jake Hafer went the distance for Frostburg and he fanned six.

Thomas Chevrolet (7-3) will play Frostburg First United Tuesday at Hamilton Field. Frostburg Legion (2-6-1) hosts Hyndman’s Hobo’s Restaurant Monday at Armory Field.

Cresaptown Eagles    12

Kiwanis    2

CRESAPTOWN — Dylan Wilson had four hits and Austin Murray drove in three runs as the Cresaptown Eagles defeated Kiwanis in six innings Thursdsay at Bel Air Field.

Wilson belted three doubles, had a base hit and an RBI. T.J. Hartley doubled, singled and drove in two and Murray’s three RBI came off of two base hits.

Dylan Bean and Devon Robinette each had two base hits for Kiwanis.

The Eagles led 3-2 after four innings before pulling away with five runs in the fifth inning and four in the sixth to shorten the game by the 10-run rule.

Cresaptown (9-3) plays Bill Miller Equipment at Bel Air Field on Tuesday. Kiwanis (2-9) also plays Tuesday hosting Greg’s Auto Body at Holler Field.

Salisbury    8

Team One Auto Mall    4

OAKLAND — Salisbury jumped out to a 5-1 lead after two innings behind Matt Geiger’s three-run home run in the second inning on its way to defeating Team One Auto Mall at Broadford Park Thursday evening.

Geiger went 3-for-5 adding two base hits to his homer and finishing with four RBI. He also scored three times. Tim Garlitz was 2-for-4 with a run scored.

Team One was paced by Justice Fulmer’s two hits, an RBI and a run scored.

Garltiz, Geiger and Harvey Hershberger combined for 11 strikeouts for Salisbury. Team One’s D.J. Flanagan and Colby Peck allowed only six hits.

Salisbury (5-6) visits the Keyser Moose at John Kruk Field on Wednesday. Team One Auto Mall (3-9) hosts G&S Coal/Taylor Mining Tuesday at Broadford Park.

KMK Insurance    11

Cumberland Lions    9

POTOMAC PARK — Xavier VanPelt had four hits and drove in four runs as KMK Insurance outlasted the Cumberland Lions Thursday at Hamilton Field.

VanPelt had a double and three base hits while Blake Geatz had three hits, scored three runs and drove in two. Carter Willetts and Tyler Eirich each had two hits and Kody Bageant’s two-run base hit in the seventh inning proved to be winning margin.

River Riffey and Chris Keller both doubled and Chris King, Jacob Painter and Cameron Fowler all had base hits.

KMK’s Nate Condor, Willetts and Derrick Pryor limited the Lions to only five hits. Willetts picked up the victory while Pryor got the save.

KMK Insurance (5-6) plays Outdoor Power Saturday at Holler Field at 6 p.m. The Cumberland Lions (4-6-1) visit Moorefield on Tuesday to take on Barr, Thorne and Keplinger at Town Park Field.

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