|Diamond Roundup: 06-26-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 26 June 2013 08:13|
CAMPUS POLLYEYES 18,
DUNN FUNERAL HOME 9
Leading hitters: CP - Luke Marshall, two home runs; Van Doren, three singles; Jonathon Garn, two singles, double; Mitchell Keller, Braden Loomis, Sean Cavins, Tyler Thompson, two singles each. DFH - Theo Bock, John Fyffe, Kaeden Anderson, Silas Green, Peyton Baymbarger, two singles each.
SUNDAE STATION 7,
SCREEN PRINTED PRODUCTS 7
Leading hitters: SS - Evan Bintz, Matt Robinette, Jake Rothenbuhler, Ethan Decker, two singles each; Micah Crawford, single, double. SPP - Nate Brubaker, Andrew Elko, two singles each; Jack Dunn, single, double.
BG PEE WEE
HUNTINGTON BANK 21,
DAIRY QUEEN 12
Pitchers: HB - Colin Fahy, Christian Kuhlwein, Ethan Brissette. DQ - none reported.
Leading hitters: HB -Kuhlwein, single, double; Fahy, two singles. DQ - Matt Crites.
MYLES PIZZA/EAGLES CLUB 6,
WESTERN SOUTHERN LIFE 5
Pitchers: MP/EC - Dyland Gerkens, Erik Fertig, Erin Spangenberg. WSL - Garrett Wright, Zach Abke, Joey Childress, Tyler St. Clair.
Leading hitters: MP/EC - Gabe Obregon, single, double. WSL - Will Bechstein, Connar Barringer, single, double each; Carter Taft, Abke, two singles each.
WESTERN SOUTHERN LIFE 3,
LIONS CLUB/LONG'S CLEANERS 1
Pitchers: ESL -Nick Weiss, Childress, Ryan Cox. LC/LC - Paul Smith, August Eschedor, Matthew Henninger.
Leading hitters: WSL -St. Clair, two singles; Bechstein, double. LC/LC - four players with a single each.
TONTOGANY I 12,
TONTOGANY II 1
Pitchers: TI - Brown; TII - Lutz, Kitchen.
Leading hitters: TI - Martinez-Buherer, single, double, triple; Z. Maxwell, three singles; Jon Brown, two singles, double; Morgan, two singles; N. Batke, triple; A. Batke, double. TII -none reported.
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