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Summer league tournament play continues

Thursday, July 1, 2004

Senath-Hornersville's Skyler Droke, hurls a pitch to the plate in the "B" game loss to Steele on Tuesday.
STEELE -- The Tri-County Summer Baseball tournament continued Tuesday afternoon with two more "A" games and a pair of "B" games completed despite rain delays. Action was slated to continue Wednesday afternoon, but mother nature had different ideas. The tournament will resume today, weather permitting.

In the first "B" game, Campbell defeated Clarkton, 6-3.

Dillion Lynn was the winning pitcher for Campbell. He threw a complete game, striking out four while allowing seven hits.

Dustin Hayden and Sam Bader each had a pair of hits in the contest. Dustin Crane, Cole Weeks and Jake Tinnon had one hit apiece.

In the opening "A" game, Campbell also secured a win, defeating the Clarkton team, 14-0.

Shane Adair pitched a complete-game no-hitter. He struck out five and walked four.

Kenny Abernathy led offensively with three hits while Dustin Linn, Matt Bader, Crane and Hayden all had two hits each.

Steele picked up an 11-1 win over Senath-Hornersville in the second "B" game of the day.

Kaleb Canoy picked up the victory on the mound for Steele, striking out 10 and allowing one hit in the process. He gave up two walks in the game.

Skyler Droke received the loss.

Taylor Laden had three hits, while Canoy and J. D. Wagoner had two hits. Matt Carter hit a home run and Ben Smith added a base hit.

Chris Godsey had Senath-Hornersville's only hit of the game.

In the final outing and second "A" game, Portageville pounded Senath-Hornersville, 12-2.

T. Harris picked up the win on the mound. He struck out three, allowed three hits and walked four.

Parker Watkins had three hits.

Luke Small, W. Harris and Corey Mara each had a hit as well.

(Note: In Monday's Holcomb victory in which Gary Dubar pitched a perfect game, Jake McKuin was the catcher. According to reports, the Dubar-McKuin combination has been very effective all summer long.)

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