Cambridge roars past Union Local

MORRISTOWN — Cambridge hurler R.J. Endly’s first outing of the season would be bolstered by a bevy of bounteous bats as the visiting Bobcats run-ruled Union Local 14-1 in six innings Tuesday afternoon.

The Bobcats’ 6-2 senior allowed just one run, three hits and three walks as he fanned 10 Jets tossing 88 pitches in six complete. “He had a little problem in the first inning, but overall he showed good control and good location on his pitches,” Bobcats veteran skipper David Gray said.

The Jets would plate their lone run in the first inning when Eric Dunfee singled to center field and stole second, The senior would move to third on a wild pitch and then finished the lap when a third strike skipped off the mitt of Cambridge catcher Riley Hayhurst traveling up the first base line.

The score was 2-1 after the first frame but the Bobcats continued to add runs, two in the second, four in the fourth, one in the fifth and the remainder with two outs in the sixth.

“It was very sloppy for us,” said Union Local head coach Mark Cisar. “It was like we were not ready to play toady.

“We were making errors on routine plays and had a runner picked off at first base,” Cisar illustrated. “I know it was extremely cold but (they) had to play in the same weather as we did and they played well.”

Dunfee took the loss for the Jets as they fall to 0-2 on the season. Union Local travels to Bellaire tonight to face off against the 2-2 Big Reds.

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