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April 30, 2013

Local Roundup

(Continued)

COAL CITY —

Wyoming East 11, Liberty 1 (5 innings)

L:    000    01        —    1 5 2

WE:    011    54        —    11 10 1

L: Jordan Atkins, Seth Prince (4), and Jake Lacek, WE: Derek Laxton and Zach Whitten. WP — Laxton. LP — Atkins. Hitting — L: Austin Lyons 2-3 (2B), Dakota Boulet 1-3 (RBI), Matthew Bailey 1-2, Seth Prince 1-2, WE: Austin Canada 1-2 (RBI), Zach Whitten (RBI), Christian Hedinger 1-2 (3 RBI), Derek Thornton 1-2 (3 RBI), Hunter Simmons 2-2, Chase Pressley 2-2 (RBI), Hunter Justus 2-3.

Records: Wyoming East 17-4.

Independence 15, Westside 0

 The Independence Patriots rolled up 15 runs on 13 hits and Tanner Muovich pitched a four-hit shutout to lead the Patriots past Westside.

Drew D’Angelo had a home run and a double and scored twice, while Steven Leach doubled and drove in two runs. Ryan Brandsetter added a double and three RBIs for Independence.

Drew Bragg and Dakota Bailey had two hits apiece for Westside.

Independence hosts Shady Spring today.



Independence 15, Westside 0, (5 innings)

W:    000    00        —    0 4 3

I:    380    4x        —    15 13 1

WP — Muovich. LP — Copley. Hitting — W: Drew Bragg 2-2, Dakota Bailey 2-3 (2B), I: Drew D’Angelo 2-3 (RBI, 2 R, 2B, HR), Wyatt Adkins 1-2 (2 RBI, 2 R), Andrue Hughart 1-3 (2 R, RBI), Steven Leach 1-1 (2B, 2 RBI, R), Jeremy McGinnis 2-3 (RBI), Logan Smith 1-1 (RBI), Brad Huffman 1-3 (RBI), Tanner Muovich 1-2 (2B, RBI, R), Ryan Brandsetter 1-1 (2B, R, 3 RBI), Tanner Ray 1-2 (R, RBI).

CORRECTION

Independence’s Brad Huffman was misidentified in Sunday’s edition of The Register-Herald. He hit a home run in the Patriots’ loss to St. Albans on Saturday.

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