Southmoreland baseball team doubles up Apollo-Ridge
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Winning pitcher Brian Shaffer fired a five-hitter to lead the Southmoreland baseball team to an 8-4 nonsection win over Apollo-Ridge on Monday at Pullman Park in Butler.
Shaffer struck out seven and walked one. Shaffer also doubled for the Scotties (1-1), who scored three runs in the second and fourth innings before adding two runs in the seventh.
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