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No. Valley shuts out Salisbury

  • Nancy Scholz/Special to the TIMES NEWS Northern Valley's Kirk Bender swings at a pitch during Sunday's game against Salisbury.
    Nancy Scholz/Special to the TIMES NEWS Northern Valley's Kirk Bender swings at a pitch during Sunday's game against Salisbury.
Published June 11. 2012 05:02PM

Kirk Bender had three hits and scored two runs Sunday while Tyler Harris and Kyle Schomp both knocked in three runs as Northern Valley rolled to a 10-0 Lehigh Valley Legion win over Salisbury.

Cody Hallman earned the pitching win in the five-inning contest, allowing just two hits while striking out five.

The winners, who improved to 2-2, also received two hits and a pair of RBI from Zach Palansky. Josh Kern added a double, knocked in two runs and scored twice with Hallman and Collin Breidinger each adding two runs scored. Schomp had two hits, one a double.

Northern Valley returns to action tonight when it travels to Emmaus.

No. Valley 243 10 - 10 11 2

Salisbury 000 00 - 0 2 0

Hallman and Breidinger, Williams (4); Utsch, Santanasto (3), Cotto (3), Kramer (5) and Santanastro, Kuhns (3). W - Hallman. L - Utsch.



P'burg-FT Shockers

The Phillipsburg Indians used a big sixth inning to help post a 12-7 victory over the Franklin Shockers this past Friday.

Bronson Rodenbough has two hits, scored two runs and knocked in a pair for the Indians, who pushed across eight runs in that sixth frame. Brock Rodenbough added two hits (one a double), a run and stole two bases.

For the Shockers, Joe Oriel had a double, walked twice and stole two bases while Jimmer Farano had a hit and scored a run. Thatcher David also scored twice for FT.

Phillipsburg 201 018 0 - 12 12

FT Shockers 031003 0 - 7 4 1

Vegh, Woscek (6) and Liloia; Farano, Horwith (6), Rossino (6), Mele (7) and David. W - Vegh. L - Farano.

L. Nazareth

-FT Shockers

The Franklin Township Shockers rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning Sunday to pull out a dramatic 10-9 victory over Lower Nazareth.

Kyle Troch's sacrifice fly chased home the winning run to complete the comeback.

The Shockers had built a 7-0 advantage only to see Lower Nazareth score nine unanswered runs. The winners, however, pulled the game out in their last at-bat.

Anthony Rossino had a hit, a pair of stolen bases, and scored three times while AJ Wenrich added a hit, two walks and scored two runs.

Matt Stillwell earned the pitching win in relief by tossing 2 scoreless innings.

L. Nazareth 001 080 0 - 9 9 2

FT Shockers 160 000 3 - 10 8 1

Kotyuk, Tylmako (7) and DeJesus; Rossino, Stillwell (5) and David. W - Stillwell. L - Koyyuk.

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