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July 15, 2013

BASEBALL: Richmond All-Stars wrap up district title with sweep of Anderson County

RICHMOND — The Richmond 14-15 year-old All-Stars wrapped up a spot in this year’s Kentucky State Senior League Tournament with a convincing victory Sunday over Anderson County at Marshall Field.

Richmond picked up an 8-1 win, finishing off a sweep of the District 3 tournament. Richmond defeated Anderson County 12-3 on Saturday in the opening game of the best-of-three series.

The All-Stars will take on either Ashland National or Beaver Creek on Sunday in Oldham County.

Zach McPeek, Will Daniel, Easten Shouse and Nash Courtwright all pitched for Richmond on Sunday.

Richmond scored three times in the first and third innings, then added another run in the fourth and seventh inning.

In the first inning, Drew Harmon, Daniel Wilkerson and Shouse all scored.

In the third inning, Wilkerson and Jonathan Ross singled and scored and Michael Kendrick double and scored.

In the fourth inning, Harmon walked and scored a run.

In the seventh inning, Ross was hit by pitch and scored a run.

Richmond got a complete-game performance on the mound from Ashton Scott in the first game.

Richmond scored four times in the top of the first, then after Anderson got three runs in the third, the All-Stars scored five runs in the fifth and three more runs in the sixth.

Harmon had a walk and a single and scored two times. Wilkerson had a double and a single and scored twice, Shouse had two singles and scored twice, Ross had a single and a walk and scored twice, Kendrick had two singles and scored a run, Tenny Akihary walked twice and scored twice, McPeek had a single and Courtwright had a single.

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