Tyler James gave up two early runs but settled in as Pleasant Gap picked up a 5-2 win over Clarence in Centre County League action on Sunday.
The Mounties (10-10) jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second inning with Dillon Schall hitting a sacrifice fly to score one of the runs.
The Peppers (9-10) then responded with a five run fourth inning claiming the lead they wouldn’t surrender.
Cory Cunningham’s suicide squeeze with two outs was the highlight of the inning for Pleasant Gap.
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The Peppers were led by Cunningham’s two hits and Tyler Lalli’s two RBIs.
Clarence was led by Justin Taylor’s two hits.