Martella’s 9-10 Sheetz 1-0
Martella’s Pharmacy swept an interleague doubleheader against Altoona’s Sheetz late Tuesday night.
In Game 1, Dan Abbenante, Jesse Cooper, Matt McMillen and Pat Gully each had two hits. Cooper doubled, scored a run and drove in another. McMillen drove in a run. Gully had a triple, scored three runs and drove in a pair.
In Game 2, Derek Younker had eight strikeouts on the mound. Jimmy Stenger had two hits, including a double and four RBIs. Cooper had two hits, two runs and one run batted in. Dillon Boyer scored once and drove in a run.
Sheetz’s Jordan Mills had two of his team’s three hits in the nightcap.
REVLOC – Cernic’s was paced by Curtis McLain’s 3-for-3 day at the plate in a five-inning win over Ebensburg.
McClain scored three runs and drove in four for Cernic’s, which received three hits and three RBIs from Jerrell Thornton and three hits from Judah Sandak.
Joe Hrbal, who held Ebensburg to one hit, was 2 for 3.
Josh Bracken drove in Mitchell Brown for Ebensburg’s only run.
Patton 9, Richland 8
Patton scored a run in the top of the seventh inning to edge Richland.
Dylan Corl went 3 for 5 with a double and two RBIs for Patton. Josh Serafin, Brandon Crawford, Shane Mallin and Nathan Bearer each had two hits. Mallin doubled and drove in two runs.
Tyler Zabrucky, Alex Paros, Cameron Kaminsky, Ryan Orlovsky and Jake Wissinger had two hits apiece for Richland. Wissinger, Orlovsky, Bobby Varner and Dan Berkey each doubled.
Bedford 13, Portage 1
PORTAGE – Bedford tallied seven runs in the second inning and cruised to a five-inning win over Portage.
Kody Blevins scored three runs and hit a solo home run. Aaron Henry, Kyler Diehl and Kyle Droz each went 3 for 4.
Shane Baker drove in Portage’s lone run in the fourth while Evan Price and Bailey Kerch each had two hits.
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