Falcons, Warriors suspended by darkness after 10


Photo by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark


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Photo by Elizabeth Clark


ADAMS TOWNSHIP — The baseball game between Clinton-Massie and Goshen Friday was suspended by darkness after 10 complete innings at Paul Schwamberger Field.

The teams were tied at 2-2 in the SBAAC American Division contest.

Massie coach Brian Camp said he was uncertain when the game would be completed.

Kody Zantene and Cayden Clutter pitched for Massie; Zantene went the first eight innings.

“Early in the season we had trouble throwing strikes but the last few games our pitchers have really focused on throwing strikes,” Camp said. “As long as we continue to throw strikes, we’ll be in ballgames.”

Goshen led 2-0 after two innings.

The Falcons tied things up with a Clutter RBI-double in the third and a Tyler Keck run batted in an inning later.

From there pitchers from both teams kept the offenses at bay.

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