Falcons score early, hold off Panthers 5-2

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ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Putting five hits to good use, the Clinton-Massie baseball team defeated Miami Trace 5-2 Wednesday in South Central Ohio League action at Paul Schwamberger Field.

The win puts the Falcons at 17-1 overall and 10-1 in the SCOL.

Noah Greathouse picked up his third win of the year on the mound, striking out six and allowing two unearned runs in a complete-game performance.

“Noah did a great job and we needed it,” CM coach Brian Camp said. “Burnside from Trace was just as effective.”

Clinton-Massie scored three runs in the first inning, the first on a passed ball. Later in the inning, JP Cantrell singled home two runs for a 3-0 Falcons lead.

David Poynter executed a squeeze bunt in the fifth inning to put CM up 4-2 then Luke Richardson made a “great hustling play” to give Max Murray an RBI in the sixth.

Murray scored twice while Richardson, JT Wolf and Greathouse all had a hit and scored a run.


April 27, 2016

@Paul Schwamberger Field

Clinton-Massie 5 Miami Trace 2

MT 002.000.0…..2

CM 300.011.x…..5

(5) CLINTON-MASSIE (ab-r-h-rbi) Wolf 4-1-1-0 Murray 2-2-0-1 Greathouse 3-1-1-0 Poynter 1-0-0-1 Cantrell 3-0-1-2 Trampler 3-0-1-0 France 2-0-0-0 Perkins 2-0-0-0 Richardson 2-1-1-0 Jefferson 1-0-0-0


Greathouse (W) 7-x-2-2-x-6


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