Dan Roan threw a no-hitter and Devin Alterio hit a grand slam to lead Pleasant Gap to a 13-0 win over Lemont in the first game of the Peppers’ doubleheader Sunday.
Roan threw a complete game in Pleasant Gap’s five-inning victory. Lemont had one baserunner reach base on an error in the first inning. Alterio. The Peppers scored 10 runs in the third inning, highlighted by Alterio’s grand slam.
Alterio also had two doubles.
The Peppers then lost 10-8 to Clarence in their second game.
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The Mounties finished with 15 hits and scored in each of the first six innings. Ryan MacNamara had a single and a home run, Justin Koleno had three singles and Brian Kochik had two doubles to lead Clarence.
Pleasant Gap scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull within 10-8, but Clarence’s Justin Taylor pitched a flawless seventh to seal the win and pick up the save. Kochik earned the win.