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Bud Murphy's outslugs Mario's

| Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Bud Murphy's brought the bats with them in their game against Mario's at Leckrone on Tuesday. The Cokers banged out 17 hits on their way to an 11-9 victory in Fayette County League action.

Mark Riggin led the way with three hits, including a solo homer. Brian Sankovich ripped a two-run homer and singled. Richie Means doubled and singled while driving in two runs. Ryan Miscik doubled and singled while Greg Beucher, Brian Shipley and Dave Zimcosky each singled twice.

Winning pitcher Brent Wilson worked into the fifth inning and recorded five strikeouts. Nick Damico worked two-plus innings to pick up the save, striking out two.

Todd Dunham led Mario's with a homer and a double. Ron Delarose doubled and singled. Chris Brunson was the losing pitcher.

Bud Murphy's (7-5) will play at Rostraver on Friday before hosting Waynesburg in a doubleheader on Saturday.

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