The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


June 6, 2013

Local sports in brief 6/7/2013

JOHNSTOWN — Baseball

AAABA League

Delweld 1, Martella’s Pharmacy 0: At Point Stadium, Ian Helsel had two of Delweld’s three hits, including the gamewinner.

Helsel’s double in the third inning brought Eric Weyant home from second with the game’s only run.

Tony Strasiser doubled to lead Martella’s Pharmacy.

Ophthalmic Associates 12, Berkley Hills Renegades 8 (6): Nine runs in the fourth inning helped Opthalmic Associates take home a rain-shortened victory over the Berkley Hills Renegades. Dylan Corl had three RBI and scored three runs in the win while Josh Bracken had four RBI – three coming on a three-run home run in the fourth.

Dan Gray had three hits and two RBI for the Renegades.  

Ophthalmic Associates 2, Berkley Hills Renegades 1: Kirk Davis drew a bases-loaded walk in the sixth to score Cameron Kaminsky and put Opthalmic Associates ahead to stay as the franchise recorded its first win in Wednesday’s late game at Point Stadium.

Ryan Vogt added Opthalmic Associates’ other run with an RBI single. Alex Beiler had two of the victors’ six hits.

Berkley Hills Renegades pitcher Oliver Girman struck out 11 and singled in his team’s only run in the fourth.

American Legion

Somerset 9, Richland 1: In Johnstown, Brendan Bowser was 2-for-4 and scored three runs to help Somerset past Richland. The Businessmen plated six runs in the fourth to break the contest open at Highland Park. Ethan Keefer had three hits in the win.

Mike Barbe had one of Richland’s two hits and scored the 56ers’ lone run in the second. Taylor Devett had the hosts’ other hit.

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