Elkins Suzuki and Davis Trust earned wins on opening day of the Elkins Babe Ruth City Tournament.
Rece Wamsley had three hits to lead Elkins Suzuki past Allegheny Insurance 14-2 in Tuesday's first contest at Robin Harvey Memorial Field.
With the win, Suzuki (5-19) moves on to play Broughton's Sports today at 5:45 p.m. in semifinal action.
The Inter-Mountain photo by Andrew Davis
Allegheny’s Joseph Severino, left, slides into second base as Suzuki’s Caleb Riggleman looks to turn a double play Tuesday in Elkins Babe Ruth City Tournament action at Robin Harvey Memorial Field. Suzuki won the contest 14-2.
Wamsley notched the win for Suzuki in five innings of work. He gave up two runs on six hits, walked one and struck out none.
Caleb Riggleman had two doubles and scored three runs for Suzuki. Dalton Vandevender and Patrick Masten added two hits, while Casey Martel, Zac McCauley and Jacob Swecker had one hit each apiece for Suzuki, which collected 14 hits in the contest.
Cory Gillespie had two hits and scored a run for Allegheny.
Hunter Shipp, Damion Lindsay, Nick Malcomb and Michael Corder also had hits for Allegheny Insurance, which finishes the season with an 11-13 record.
James Fedder had two hits and scored two runs to lead Davis Trust past Citizens National Bank 5-2 Tuesday in City Tournament action at Robin Harvey Memorial Field.
In the second contest Tuesday, Davis Trust (12-12) moved on to play the top seed in the tourney, Elkins Fordland, with a 5-2 win over Citizens.
Today's contest is scheduled for 8:15 p.m.
Trenton Hamrick had two hits and scored a run, while Joey Lonergan had and RBI single for Davis Trust Company.
Kevin McDermott and Matthew Wilson added one hit each for Davis Trust Company. Wilson scored a run for Davis Trust.
Greyson Teets notched the win for Davis Trust in seven innings of work. Teets surrendered two runs on five hits, walked two and struck out eight in earning the win.
Chase Corcoran had two hits and scored a run, while Levi Fath had a double and scored a run for Citizens.
Sam Ross followed with a double and Kyle Riggleman had a single for CNB.
Kyle Riggleman took the loss for Citizens in six innings of work. He gave up five runs on seven hits, waked one and struck out two. Citizens finishes the season with a 7-17 record.