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Upper Merion rallies in ninth to down Pottstown, 4-0

Upper Merion 4, Pottstown 0 >> The Vikings rallied for four runs in the top of the ninth inning to claim a Pioneer Athletic Conference Frontier Division win against the Trojans on Wednesday night at Sundstrom Field.

UM starter Mike Hutchinson and Pottstown’s Seth Yergey were dealing from the start, both keeping the opposition scoreless through the opening six innings. John Paul Batten picked up the win in relief, giving way to just one hit and striking out two in 2-1/3 innings of work. Hutchinson finished with a triple and a run scored while Jake McGrath had a double.

Phoenixville 4, Pottsgrove 3 >> The Phantoms rallied for all four of their runs during the bottom of the fifth and sixth innings en route to a PAC Frontier Division win against the Falcons.

Matt Osisek-Byrne finished with a triple, two RBI and a run scored and also picked up the win with 5-2/3 innings on the mound where he struck out 11. Zach Masalski was 2-for-3 with a double, triple and an RBI in the win. Nick DeCurtis finished 3-for-4 with a triple and a run scored for Pottsgrove.

Methacton 9, Owen J. Roberts 8 >> The Warriors racked up 10 hits and six RBI on their way to a PAC Liberty Division win against the Warriors.

Patrick O’Neill, Demetrio Rodriguez (two runs scored) and Nick Wheeler each had two hits apiece while Ben Christian pitched six complete where he allowed seven runs (two earned) on seven hits. Josh Fulmer swung the big bat for OJR, finishing up 3-for-3 with three runs scored including a solo home run.

Pope John Paul II 10, Upper Perkiomen 0 >> The Golden Panthers racked up nine runs through the first three innings on their way to a PAC Frontier Division win over the Tribe.

PJP rallied for 13 hits and 10 RBI, highlighted by Mike Kelly’s 2-for-2 (two runs, two RBI) showing while Ryan Schwab finished 2-for-3 with three RBI. Sean Sutterby was 2-for-2 with a double, two RBI and a run scored. Chris Sparacino picked up the win, striking out four in two innings of work.

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