By Leader Times
Published: Friday, May 30, 2008
Allegheny River League Pony
Freeport No. 1 6, Natrona Heights B&J Sporting Goods 4 -- For Freeport, Rob Palko doubled and singled, Frank Drahos singled twice, and David Fredley played well defensively. For B&J Sports, Riley Shane homered and singled twice, and Nate Torten singled twice.
Shank Sanitation 9, Leechburg Indians 7 -- For Shank, Paul McCullough singled twice and pitched well, Stephen Castleberry singled and played well defensively, and Freddy Alston singled and played well defensively. For Leechburg, D. J. Oberdorf singled twice, and Lance Verner singled twice.
A-K MajorsA-K Majors
Freeport Rangers 9, Freeport Indians 2 -- For the Rangers, Matt Swartz singled twice and pitched a complete game, Cole Hepler homered and doubled twice, and Marshall McCormick singled twice. For the Indians, Brian Welsh singled and pitched well, and Gregory Newman doubled.
Highlands Raymond's 7, Freeport Angels 1 -- For Highlands, Blaze Bastin pitched well and struck out 12, singled and homered, Tyler Alworth played well defensively and homered twice, and Jacob Seagriff singled. For Freeport, Matt Solada singled twice, and Kevin Lynch singled.
Lower Burrell Quiznos 11, Leechburg Lions 8 -- For Lower Burrell, Ben Beal hit a grand slam, Nick Lombardo singled and doubled, and Chris Koschanski singled. For Leechburg, Mike Stratac singled twice, and Brian Hilliard singled and doubled.
Springdale Reliant Energy 9, Freeport Raiders 2 -- For Reliant Energy, Nick Mendincino pitched well and singled, John Blazonczyk singled three times and pitched well, and Ryan Sabol played well defensively. For the Raiders, Derek Knapp doubled and pitched well, and Kevin Farr played well defensively.
Kiski Valley Majors
Vandergrift A & A Carpet Mets 15, Apollo Diamondbacks 1 -- For Vandergrift, Matt Brunell singled three times, Timmy Secreto singled and doubled, and Billy Johnson doubled. For Apollo, Cody Joyner singled.
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