A-Bo, Bucks Win, 12-6
CLOVER HILL – Second baseman Addison Bowman went 2-for-4 with a double and four RBIs to lead Clover Hill to a 12-6 win over New Market in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Friday at Buck Bowman Park.
The Bucks improved to 17-5; the Shockers dropped to 3-18.
Clover Hill starting pitcher Kevin Chandler pitched six innings while striking out six and walking one. New Market third baseman Patrick Wingfield went 3-for-4 with an RBI.
New Market 000 300 120 — 6 14 1
Clover Hill 100 053 03x — 12 16 0
Potts, Borus (5), Longdo (7) and Veney; Chandler, Mays (7), Liskey (9) and Eberly. W—Chandler (5-1). L—Potts. HR—CH: Banks.
Elkton 12, Bridgewater 2: Third baseman J.J. Loker went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored to lead Elkton to a 12-2 slaughter-rule win in seven innings over Bridgewater in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Friday in Elkton.
The Blue Sox improved to 12-8; the Reds dropped to 4-15.
Shortstop Zack Brown went 1-for-3 with an RBI for Bridgewater.
Bridgewater 010 010 0 — 2 6 1
Elkton 301 314 x — 12 12 0
Davis, Grogg (4), Heatwole (6) and Cale; Feehan, Marshall (7) and Lilly. W—Feehan (4-0). L—Davis (0-3).
Broadway 6, Montezuma 2: Shortstop Elisha Hill went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and a walk to lead Broadway to a 6-2 win over Montezuma in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Friday night at Broadway High School.
The Bruins improved to 6-15; the Braves dropped to 8-12.
Broadway starting pitcher Tyler Conley allowed two runs on two hits while striking out nine batters in his eight innings. Right fielder Austin Sanchez and second baseman Brandon Lambert had the only two hits for Montezuma.
Montezuma 010 000 100 — 2 2 4
Broadway 200 000 40x — 6 10 0
Armstrong and Hedrick; Conley, Hrasky (9) and Michael. W—Conley (2-4). L—Armstrong (1-2).
Broadway LL Loses
LURAY — The Broadway Little League 11-12 all-star team lost 10-5 to Clarke County in eight innings Friday night in the best-of-three District 3 championship. Clarke, which won 7-5 on Thursday, advances to the state tournament in Bridgewater next week.
Broadway finished 4-2.