The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


June 12, 2013

Local sports in brief 6/13/2013

JOHNSTOWN — Baseball


Delweld 4, Rail Birds 3: At Roxbury Park, Ben Legath pitched six shutout innings as Delweld bounced back from its first loss of the season with a win over the Rail Birds of Altoona.

Eric Weyant scored two runs and doubled for Delweld (11-1). Ian Helsel finished with two hits. Delweld scored three runs in the fourth inning and held off a seventh-inning rally from the Rail Birds (1-4).

Altoona scored three runs in the seventh with the help of an error and a hit batsmen. Ryan Creps doubled and Ryan Robinette pitched a complete game.

American Legion

Stoystown 4, Portage 0: In Stoystown, Nash Walker threw a complete-game three-hitter and held Portage scoreless.

Walker, B.J. Spangler and Ryan Fyock drove in runs for Stoystown, which also scored on a wild pitch.

Somerset 2, St. Michael 1: In Somerset, Somerset pitcher Ethan Keefer struck out seven and the Businessmen edged out St. Michael. Tyler Drane doubled for Somerset, which scored two runs in the first.

Jared Baker and Joe Donoughe each had a double for the Saints.

Patton 10, Cernic’s 0: In Patton, the Redmen scored five runs in the first and made quick work of Cernic’s, taking down the guests in five innings. Brandon Fox fanned nine and allowed just three hits – one each to Blake Furman, Cody Gill and Vince Vibostok. Jared Ivory was 2-for-3 (a double and triple) with two RBI and two runs scored. Dom Milanesi was 3-for-4 with two runs scored while Josh Serafin had two hits.  


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