2009-05-14 / Sports

Boys Baseball

Fannett-Metal 6, Forbes Road 5

Forbes Road's seventh inning hitting streak was a little too late Saturday with Fannett-Metal clinching the match 6-5. Trent Black struck out three batters for the Cardinals and added seven walks, nine hits and four earned runs in over six innings on the mound. Dillen Burger finished two-for-three with an RBI.

No. Bedford 12, McCbg. 7

Northern Bedford tallied five runs in the final two innings of Friday's Sideling Hill League game to hold off the Mc- Connellsburg Spartans 12-7. Drew Wink started off on the mound for the Spartans and took the loss after recording two strikeouts, two walks, four hits and four earned runs. Nathan Swope and Devin Petty-John both went two-forfour, and Tanner Shoop added two RBIs.

Southern Fulton 2,

Forbes Road 0

Pitchers Josh Hall and Justin Berkstresser battled on the mound last Thursday, with Hall prevailing for the Indians, who picked up a 2-0 Sideling Hill League victory. Hall tallied six strikeouts, five walks and only three hits during the match, while Berkstresser finished with two strikeouts, eight hits and two earned runs. Dylan Whiteside batted three-for-three with three stolen bases for the Indians, while Jesse Smartt had the team's lone extra-base hit, a double.

Fannett-Metal 4,

Southern Fulton 2

With five innings logged last Tuesday, the battle between the Fannett-Metal Tigers and the Southern Fulton Indians was called on account of rain. The Tigers prevailed during the shortened outing by the final score of 4-2, with Indians pitcher Derek Younker taking the loss. Younker logged six strikeouts, six hits and four earned runs.

St. Maria Goretti 13,

McConnellsburg 3

St. Maria Goretti opened up Monday's non-league game in Hagerstown with an impressive seven runners crossing home plate and cruised on to a 13-3 victory over the McConnellsburg Spartans. Devin Welsh took the loss only lasting two-thirds innings on the mound with one walk, eight hits and four earned runs. Nathan Swope rounded out the game going one-for-two with an RBI.

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