The Richmond Register

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July 14, 2014

L.L. BASEBALL: Richmond tops Anderson County, 21-2

RICHMOND — The Richmond Junior League All-Stars (13-14 year-olds) wrapped up the District 3 Tournament championship with a very impressive victory Sunday over Anderson County at Marshall Field.

The All-Stars rolled to a 21-2 five-inning win to clinch a spot in this weekend’s state tournament, which is being played in Richmond.

In the two games they played,the three-team tournament, Richmond out-scored its opponents 33-3.

Richmond scored three times in the both the first and second innings on Sunday, but blew the game open in the third inning. The All-Stars sent 14 batters to the plate and scored 10 times to build a 16-2 lead.

Richmond added two runs in the fourth and three more runs in the fifth.

The All-Stars got production from their entire line-up, with every player scoring a run getting at least one hit.

Logan Bertrand had a hit and scored three runs. Even Courtwright had two singles, a double, a walk and scored three times. Austin Adams had a hit and scored a run. Dalton Gregory had four hits and scored three times. Clay Combs had two hits and scored three times. Bailey Ratliff had a double and scored twice. Keegan Naugle had two hits, a walk and scored three times. Matthew McQuain had two singles. Alex Lazaroff had a single, double and scored a run. Nathan Lemieux had a hit and score a run and Eric Courtney had a hit, walk and scored a run.

Naugle was the starting pitcher for Richmond and pitched all five innings.

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