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June 27th, 2012
WILCOX â€“ Cole Peterson made the start on the mound Wednesday for Wilcox in American Legion baseball against Fox Township and stole the show with not only a complete game 5-2 win but also a perfect 4 for 4 showing at the plate.
Peterson struck out nine batters on the night while working out of trouble with runners in scoring position four times.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ With a dominating performance from Gabe Kraus on the mound, St. Marys Major League All-Stars earned a 10-0 4-inning win over Johnsonburg.
Kraus frustrated the opposition in a 5-strikeout, 1-hit effort.
Meanwhile, St. Marys used a 3-run second inning and 5-run fifth to fuel the shutout victory.
St. Marys got a run across in the bottom of the first inning. Ryan Heary reached base with a 2-out single to center field and later advanced to second on a wild pitch. Kraus reached on an error at shortstop which allowed Heary to score from second for the early 1-0 lead.
The St. Marys Little League Softball Major League All-Stars were eliminated from the District 10 tournament Monday evening as they lost a 12-1 contest to the Warren squad at Benzinger Park.
Warren had a total of 12 hits in last nightâ€™s contest, while St. Marys was limited to just four.
Getting the four hits for St. Marys were Josie Smith with a triple and a single and Sydney Eckert with two singles.
Locals meet Warren tonight at Benzinger Park
The St. Marys Little League Softball Major League All-Star squad stayed alive in the District 10 tournament with a 26-0, four-inning victory over the Brockway squad Saturday afternoon at Benzinger Park.
The St. Marys squad will meet Warren this evening at 6 p.m. at Benzinger Park in an elimination game. Warren eliminated Brookville by a 3-2 score Saturday afternoon.
The St. Marys American Legion Post 103 squad picked up a pair of victories over Port Allegany on Saturday in a doubleheader played at Berwind Park. St. Marys won the first game 10-0 in five innings, and went on to take a six-inning 15-5 win in the nightcap.
The victories snapped a three-game skid by St. Marys, who dropped a pair of contests to Wilcox earlier in the week and then fell to Smethport on Friday evening.
The St. Marys Little League softball Major League All-Stars lost a close game to DuBois 2-1 on Thursday evening at Benzinger Park.
Rebekka Bauer went the distance on the mound for St. Marys, giving up three hits, walking three, and striking out five.
Sarah Snyder worked the mound for DuBois, giving up two hits, walking four, and striking out eight.
St. Marys' two hits came on singles by Olivia Catalone and Rachelle Armanini.
DuBois was led offensively by Erin Siders with a double. Laura Fatula and Katelyn Bender each also singled.
WILCOX â€“ Wilcox American Legion baseball squeezed its way to a 2-0 victory over St. Marys Monday night at Jones Township Community Park.
Wilcox scored both of its runs on suicide squeeze plays in the sixth inning to break what had been a scoreless tie to that point.
"We had it on a few times earlier, we didn't come through with it," Wilcox coach Jeff Peterson said.
The St. Marys Legion baseball squad raised their record to 4-0 on the season Saturday night at Berwind Park as they used a walk-off single by Mitch Meyer to record a 10-9 victory over the Fox Township squad.
DAGUS MINES â€“Â The St. Marys American Legion Post 103 squad needed extra innings to pull off a come-from-behind victory on Saturday afternoon in the first game of a doubleheader against the team from Fox Township Post 511. The contest was played at the Fox Township Legion field, and the Post 103 team rallied for a 10-3 win in nine innings.
Locals host Fox Twp. tonight
Eric Wehler stole home in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the St. Marys Legion a 5-4 victory over the Coudersport squad Friday night at Berwind Park.
Trailing 4-3 going into the home half of the seventh, Nick Burdick singled with one out for St. Marys. He was replaced by pinch runner Jon Dippold. With two outs, Wehler was hit by a pitch and a single by Kevin Hoy loaded the bases. Ivan Wortman was walked, forcing in Dippold to knot the game at 4-all. Before Coudersport realized what was going on, Wehler took off for home to score the winning run.