2009-04-02 / Sports

Boys Baseball

Southern Fulton 14,

Northern Bedford 3

Southern Fulton pitcher Derek Younker totalled eight strikeouts and with help from the defense only gave up three earned runs last Tuesday during a 14-3 league victory over Northern Bedford. Younker added six hits and two walks during the game. Justin Berkstresser and Dylan Whiteside both had two hits, and Zach Morton drove in two runners.

Tussey Mountain 9,

McConnellsburg 2

Tussey Mountain managed to push runners across the plate in the first five innings last Tuesday and held on for the 9-2 win over the McConnellsburg Spartans. Logan Peck took the loss from the mound for the Spartans with three strikeouts, four walks, nine hits and seven earned runs. Meanwhile, Peck led the offense batting three-for-four with two RBIs.

Everett 8, Forbes Road 5

With two outs under their belt, the Everett Warriors offense rallied for four runs in the second inning last Tuesday and outlasted the Forbes Road Cardinals 8-5. Justin Hann and Dylan Gelvin both had two hits, and Donavan Bricker batted in three runs. Hann was the losing pitcher with two strikeouts, six hits, three walks and four earned runs.

Hancock 4, Southern Fulton 3

Hancock jumped out to a two-run lead in the opening inning of Friday's game and held on for a narrow 4-3 victory over the Southern Fulton Indians. Justin Berkstresser was handed the loss for the Indians after totalling three each of walks, earned runs and hits in three innings on the mound. Relief pitcher Josh Hall closed out the game with two strikeouts, two walks and only one hit. Hall also led from the plate with two hits and two RBIs, while Dylan Whiteside and Derek Younker each had singles.

Hyndman 5, Forbes Road 3

Forbes Road's offense fell short Monday against Hyndman's star pitcher Shane Torbet, who led the Hornets onto a 5-3 Sideling Hill League victory. Justin Hann took the mound for the Cardinals and recorded a whopping 13 strikeouts, three walks, seven hits and three earned runs during six innings on the mound. Dylan Gelvin had two hits, and Kolby Buterbaugh drove in a pair of runs.

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