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April 23, 2014

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BASEBALLFalcons garner road win

The Fairfield Falcons posted a 5-4 victory Tuesday evening at Rochester.

Dustin Everage (three innings), Andrew Bobeck (three) and Austin Christner (one) pitched for the winners. Everage struck out three to earn the win while Christner notched the save. Christner had a double, single and two RBI; Bobeck a double and an RBI and Lucas Miller a single and an RBI to lead the winners.

Fairfield hosts Lakeland Thursday.

Ridenour, Ross power Raiders

Cameron Ridenour and Andy Ross belted home runs for the Northridge Raiders in a 9-4 NLC win over the visiting Goshen Redskins Monday night at Middlebury.

Linescore

Goshen 100 000 3 — 4-7-2

Northridge 130 131 x — 9-13-1

Pitching: (Northridge) Andrew Kennedy, Austin Jackson, Travis Miller, Andy Ross (W). (Goshen) Jorge Pizana (L), Trevor Weldy.

Hitting: (Northridge) Cameron Ridenour home run, double, two RBI; And Ross home run three RBI; Steve Frye double, Craig Kasten double, Grant Miller double, Travis Miller double, Andrew Kennedy two RBI. (Goshen) DJ Ambrose two singles, Jorge Pizana two singles.

Next: Warsaw at Goshen, Northridge at NorthWood, both today

JV score: Northridge won 6-5. (Northridge: Eric Burgess winning pitcher, two hits).

McCoy, Sellers spark Panthers

Kyle McCoy was the winning pitcher and Chad Sellers the top hitter with a double and two singles as the NorthWood Panthers defeated the Concord Minutemen, 11-1, in an NLC contest Monday evening at NorthWood.

Linescore

Concord 010 00 — 1-7-3

NorthWood 230 33 — 11-10-0

Pitching: (NorthWood) Kyle McCoy (W). (Concord) Nick DeFreese (L), Stephen Pinarski.

Hitting: (NorthWood) Chad Sellers double, two singles, three runs; Will Kirkwood double, Hunter Lane two singles, three RBI; Blake Cleveland single, two RBI. (Concord) Jake Vernon double, single; Brenden Curry double, DeFreese double, Matt Williams double,

Next: Plymouth at Concord, Northridge at NorthWood, both today.

JV score: NorthWood won 12-10. (Concord: Luke Simon double, single, two RBI; Alejandro Heredia two singles, two RBI; Luke Schrock two singles, Jake driver two RBI. Driver Miller two RBI).

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