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Playing on the road Wednesday night, the Aberdeen Eagles were knocked around by the North East Indians, losing to their hosts, 14-4.

Ethan Wallace went 2-for-3 with one RBI and one run scored in the loss, while teammate Zach Litsch was 1-for-1 with one run and one RBI. Ben Ensor and Connor Jones both hit an RBI single, while Dale Budnick and James Yee each scored a run.

In an extra-inning thriller last Thursday, the Aberdeen Eagles picked up their second win of the season after nipping the visiting Harford Tech Cobras, 7-6, in eight frames.

Leading the way for Aberdeen at the plate was Budnick, who rapped out four singles in five at bats, scored three runs, drove in one RBI and stole three bases. Connor Bruso helped out the winners by going 1-for-1 with a two-RBI single and scoring once, while teammate Griffin Godbey went 2-for-3 with two singles, one RBI and one run scored. Litsch went 1-for-3 with one run and one RBI, while Yee hit one double, scored one run and stole a base in the victory.

The Cobras were paced offensively by Zach Hinton, who was 3-for-5 with a double, one run scored and one RBI. Kenny West cracked a single and a double in four trips to the plate, scored once and drove in one run. Dre Jones had two singles and scored one run for Harford Tech, while teammate John LaComb hit a one-RBI double.

Litsch came to the mound as a reliever in the sixth frame and pitched the balance of the game, holding the Cobras to one hit and zero runs to earn the win. Godbey started the game for the Eagles and went five full innings, striking out five, walking four and allowing one earned run on five hits.

Warriors beaten

The Havre de Grace Warriors were knocked off, 12-2, at home last Thursday afternoon by the Rising Sun Tigers.

The game was ended after the bottom of the fifth inning due to the 10-run mercy rule. The Warriors surrendered eight of their opponents’ 12 runs in the second frame.


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