Laurel Auto nips Martella’s
Ben Webb racked up four hits and Laurel Auto Group plated all five of its runs in the fourth to overtake Martella’s Pharmacy, 5-4, at Roxbury Park.
Martella’s Pharmacy, which rallied to pull within a run after scoring twice in the bottom of the fourth and once more in the fifth, was paced by Dillon Boyer’s
4-for-4 day at the plate.
Delweld defeats Berkley Hills
AAABA League front runner Delweld struck for five runs between the sixth and seventh innings to claim a 6-2 victory over the Berkley Hills Renegades in Friday’s early game at Point Stadium.
Eric Weyant was 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and two runs scored. Matt Martin roped a two-run double off the wall in left to highlight the Delweld seventh while Ben Legath’s two-run home run in the sixth broke a 1-all tie. Drew Hemminger was 2-for-4 in the win.
The Renegades’ Nate Campbell was 2-for-3.
Commonwealth wins short game
First Commonwealth Bank erupted for 10 runs in the first and parlayed that lead into a 12-2, five-inning win over Ophthalmic Associates in Friday’s Point Stadium nightcap.
Luke Trotz led the way for First Commonwealth with three hits, three RBI and two runs scored.
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The younger Hawkins could see himself wearing a Bengals uniform and playing wide receiver in Cincinnati for years to come. But the Bishop McCort High School graduate knows the business side of the NFL sometimes gets in the way of the storybook ending.
Second place little consolation to contenders
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PIAA wrestling notebook: Murin not pleased with fifth place
Max Murin won the first 36 matches of his varsity career.
But the Central Cambria freshman was disappointed after he dropped two consecutive bouts on Friday night at the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships.
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