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June 21, 2013

Local baseball in brief 6/22/2013

JOHNSTOWN — American Legion

Claysburg 10: Cernic’s 0 (5): In Johnstown, T.J. Swope pitched a one-hitter and struck out six as Claysburg cruised to a five-inning victory at Franklin Field.

Mike Mock and Zach Cox each finished with two hits and two RBI for Claysburg (9-1). Cox also scored two runs.

Blake Furman’s first-inning single was the lone hit for Cernic’s (1-11).

Patton 13, Richland 3: In Johnstown, a six-run outburst in the seventh helped Patton pull away from host Richland at Highland Park. Dom Milanesi, Adam Polites and Nate Bearer each had two hits and two RBI for the Redmen.

Bob Varner’s two hits led the way for the 56ers.

St. Michael 4, Ebensburg 3: In St. Michael, Derek Dumm pitched a complete game four-hitter as St. Michael snapped a six-game losing streak by beating Ebensburg.

Jared Baker had two hits and scored a run for St. Michael (5-6).

Shareef Blough had two RBI for the Saints.

Jared Bowser had an RBI and score a run for Ebensburg (7-5).

Stoystown 13, Lilly 3: In Stoystown, matching three-RBI efforts from Brian Spangler and Ryan Fyock led the way for Stoystown in a six-inning win over Lilly.

Jeremy Pyles and Nash Walker each scored three runs while Spangler and Fyock supplied two runs each. Zach Shaulis delivered three hits while Pyles, Walker and Fyock collected two hits apiece.

Simon Itle and Mark Mardula each had two hits for Lilly.

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