Everything you missed in local baseball — including the County League and American Legion — on June 13, 2017:
Centre County Baseball League
Lemont cruises past Clarence Coyotes in 4 innings
Ducks pitcher Spencer Bivens struck out 10 batters over four innings, as his Lemont team sprinted past the Clarence Coyotes 16-0 in a four-inning Centre County Baseball League game on Tuesday night.
Clarence finished with just three hits in the loss. Four Lemont batters finished with multiple hits — including Josh Gardner (double, single), Dan Fry (two singles), Kenny Craig (two singles) and Paul Granados (two singles).
Lemont scored two in the first and six in the second, before triggering the mercy rule by adding another eight runs in the third frame. Lemont next faces the Clarence Mounties on Thursday.
Mounties shut out Spring Mills
CLARENCE The Clarence Mounties wasted no time Tuesday, as they scored four runs in the first frame and never looked back in a 6-0 win over Spring Mills.
Clarence pitcher Ryan MacNamara allowed just three hits while striking out 10.
The Mounties are now 6-1, while the Braves fell to 5-5.
Philipsburg pounds Pleasant Gap
PHILIPSBURG Philipsburg’s Jeffe Martin finished with three singles and three runs, while Ryan Marcinko added two singles and two RBIs in their 7-0 win over Pleasant Gap on Tuesday.
Philipsburg was strong all around, as pitcher Chad Spiegle allowed just one hit over five innings while striking out five and walking four. Spiegle’s team used two relievers in the final two innings, and neither surrendered a hit.
Phils slip past Bandits
BELLEFONTE Philipsburg pitcher Cam Domblisky kept the ball down in the zone all day Tuesday, as he pitched a one-hitter in his Phils’ 1-0 victory over the Bellefonte Bandits in an American Legion baseball game.
Philipsburg broke the 0-0 tie in the top of the fourth when Quentin Moslak led off the inning with a double, then moved to third on a fielder’s choice — and then scored on a sacrifice fly from Trevin Hampton.
Philipsburg is now 4-3 and will next play Wednesday.