Daily Courier roundup: Dunbar stays alive in tourney
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Kade Musgrove hit a two-run homer, and Logan Kemp had two singles and drove in four runs as the Dunbar 9- and 10-year-old Little League All-Stars beat host Connellsville, 9-2, in District 9 Tournament action Friday.
Will Trimbath also had two singles for Dunbar. Musgrove struck out three and was the winning pitcher.
With the win, Dunbar remains alive in the tournament and will play at Mt. Pleasant at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Anthony Rowan tripled, singled and was the losing pitcher with five strikeouts for Connellsville. The loss eliminates Connellsville.
Rostraver 9, Bullskin 8 — Austin Petraglia knocked in two runs and had four hits, including a double, but the Bullskin 11- and 12-year-old Little League All-Stars were beaten by host Rostraver in a District 9 Tournament semifinal. Matt Lancaster had three singles and knocked in two runs. Caleb Dillon was the losing pitcher.
With the win, Rostraver advances and will host Yough in the championship game at 7 p.m. on Sunday.
The loss eliminates Bullskin.
Yough 11, Connellsville 4 — Cameron Sapola drove in a run with a triple, but the Connellsville 11- and 12-year-old Little League All-Stars were beaten by visiting Yough in a District 9 Tournament semifinal at Connellsville.
Gage Fuller was the losing pitcher.
Noah Virtes and Dom Koch each had two singles and a double for Yough. Dustin Schoaf had three singles, and Hunter Aaron tripled. Koch was the winning pitcher.
Yough will play at Rostraver in the championship game at 7 p.m. on Sunday. The loss eliminates Connellsville.
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