Danville tops Frankfort

Boyle splits

April 11, 2004

Danville's Jeremy Potts, Rich Witten and Deshaun Warren collected two hits apiece as the Admirals scored in four of the first five innings and never trailed in a 7-1 win over Frankfort in their first game Saturday.

Joey Beldon picked up the win with five innings of one-hit baseball, and freshman Nate Uslin settled down after the first two hitters reached on singles to finish the game. Beldon threw just 66 pitches while striking out five and walking two, while Uslin threw just 20 pitches in two solid innings of relief.

Warren's three-run homer in the second broke open the game in the scoring and Witten produced RBI's in the third with a double and fifth with a single.

McCreary Central 9, Boyle County 8 - At Stearns, nine errors and eight walks doomed the Rebels.

"It wasn't a very good day for the Rebels, defensively or pitching-wise," Boyle coach David Camic said.


Brad Cloud, Danny Commarford and Brandon Record each had two hits, while Phillip Dean added a double.

Boyle County 4, DuPree (Wisc.) 1 - At Stearns, Jamie Robinson pitched his best game of the year as Boyle rebounded from the loss.

Robinson gave up one run on three hits and struck out seven in seven innings for Boyle (5-5).

"I'm proud of our guys for bouncing back in the second game," Camic said.

Dean had two hits, including a double, and two RBIs, while Commarford had two hits and Matt Engle had a double.

Burgin 7, Bardstown 3 - At Springfield, Zack Gross struck out 16 Bardstown batters in six innings.

Gross gave up two hits and three runs, all earned, while walking three. He struck out the first 10 batters he faced before giving up a walk. He also had two hits, including a triple, a stolen base and three RBIs.

Josh Carey came on in relief and struck out three.

Jordan Darland had three hits, two stolen bases and three runs scored. Sean Bottoms had two RBIs and Daniel Loane had a double.

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