Martella’s 4, Laurel 2
Jimmy Stenger doubled, scored once and drove in one as Martella’s Pharmacy downed Laurel Auto Group Monday night at the late game at Point Stadium.
Luke Williams was 2 for 3 with a double, a run scored and a run batted in and Dan Abbenante drove in a run for Martella’s.
Zac Heide had a triple, scored a run and drove in a run and Ryan Bills drove in a run for Laurel.
Kirsch holds commanding lead
Max Kirsch of the Ebensburg Country Club holds the lead after the first round of the Greater Johnstown
Junior Tournament Tuesday at Sunnehanna Country Club.
Kirsch fired a 74 to take a six-stroke advantage over Ebensburg teammate Sam Stevens, who had an 80.
North Fork’s Devon Jackson (82) was third and Ebensburg’s Jeremy Eckenrod, fourth (84). Tied for fifth were North Fork’s Evan Steeves and Sunnehanna’s Patrick McHenry, both at 84.
Ebensburg holds a 20-stroke lead over second-place Windber Country Club in the team competition, 237-257. Sunnehanna and North Fork are tied for third just a stroke behind at 258 while Somerset is at 267.
Second-round play will begin at 7:28 a.m. this morning at Windber.
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