ADAMS TOWNSHIP — The Clinton-Massie baseball team defeated Wilmington 3-1 Monday in SBAAC American Division game at Paul Schwamberger Field.
The league outcome puts both teams at 1-1 in the American Division. The Hurricane is 2-2 overall while the Falcons are 1-1.
Clinton-Massie grabbed a 2-0 lead with a pair in the first but Wilmington answered back in the second.
But Evan Davidson pitched the Falcons to victory, allowing just three hits in a complete game win.
“Evan pitched really well,” CM manager Tyler Hayslip said. “I thought we played an overall good game. We played good defense behind Evan. We were able to get some runs early and we were able to hold them off.”
Talen Oberlin pitched well for the Hurricane, allowing one earned run over 5.1 innings. He struck out three. Jayden Tackett pitched 0.2 innings in relief.
Tackett, Bryson Platt, Jake Stephens and Sam Nichols had Wilmington’s four hits. Platt scored the only WHS run and stole a base.
“Left too many runners in scoring position,” WHS manager Austin Newman lamented.