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Daily News roundup: Quinn Construction earns DNL victory

| Tuesday, May 21, 2013, 12:03 a.m.

Cinello Insurance Agency almost made its Daily News League debut a memorable one.

The last of the three DNL expansion teams to play a game this year scored five runs over the final two innings against Quinn Construction, but it wasn't able to overcome an early deficit as the Mudcats won, 6-5.

Ricky Olasz doubled twice and knocked in three runs. Corey Rodgers added a RBI double to help Zack Salmon collect his first career DNL win.

Salmon allowed three runs in 5 13 innings. He gave up five hits while striking out eight before giving way to Olasz. Dan Laird picked up the save.

Quinn Construction (1-2) scored three in the first and three in the fourth before holding on for the win.

Klingensmith Insurance 7, Bowser 5 — Defending champion Bowser lost its first game of the season. Klingensmith Insurance (1-1) and will host Quinn Construction on Tuesday at Helen Richey Field.

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