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Bridgeport shades Bellaire

• St. Clairsville, Beallsville, Linsly all defeated

April 17, 2013
By Staff Reports , Times Leader

Bridgeport pushed across two runs in the bottom of the sixth and then hung on for a 6-5 victory against Bellaire Tuesday afternoon in baseball action on the Niekro Diamond.

Parker Dyson earned the mound victory with three strikeouts for the Bulldogs (12-3).

Sophomore slugger Bailey McGrath stayed hot at the plate for the Bulldogs with a single, double and a RBI. Johnathan Kreiter had a single and a RBI. Q.J. Williams and Bradley Pritchett each had a hit.

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Many contests around the valley were rained out Tuesday afternoon as severe weather swept through the area. Suspended in the fifth inning, the Buckeye Local game against Steubenville will be played prior to the start of their game at Vaccaro Field on May 8. Steubenville catcher Kai McClurg awaits the throw as Buckeye Local’s Brian Zeroski slides into home plate. The Panther runner was called out by plate umpire Don Madzia.

Bellaire (7-9) was led by Tyler West's two hits. Nick Patrone had a two-run hit. Hunter Westlake drove in a run with a hit and Dom Vinka also drove in a run with a base knock.

Wheeling Park 4, St. Clairsville 3

AT ST. CLAIRSVILLE, the Patriots (14-1) scored all their runs in the first two innings in slipping past the host Red Devils (2-8) on the Memorial Park diamond.

Branden Ducker had a 2-run single for St. Clairsville, while Michael Jacob doubled.

The game was called after 6 innings due to rain and lightning.

Shadyside 0, Monroe Central 0

AT WOODSFIELD, the Tigers and Seminoles battled to a scoreless deadlock in a game suspended after 4 innings because of inclement weather.

Adam Stupak had a double for Shadyside.

Cameron 7, Beallsville 6

AT CAMERON, John Dietrich and Logan Nippert each singled and doubled as the Blue Devils (3-9) dropped their ninth straight after a 3-0 start.

Weir 9, Linsly 4

AT WEIRTON, Mitch Viakley was a 1-man wrecking crew for the Red Riders (6-7) as he struck out five, walked three and scattered eight hits. He also drove in three runs with a single and double.

Arien Seymour had a pair of singles and an RBI for the Cadets (11-2). Logan Goodnight singled twice.

Magnolia 8, Union Local 0

AT NEW MARTINSVILLE, father (Dave) was besting son (Mark) in the battle of Cisars' before the weather turned inclement in the top of the fifth inning here at Mullett Stadium.

The game will be completed on May 1 when the Eagles travel to Morristown.



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