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Belleville Cubs bats sizzle in win over a Spunky Noerrs team

The Belleville bats came out tonight as they battled a Spunky Noerrs team Wednesday, topping them 23-11 in MIfflin County coach pitch action.

It was a night that the saw the Cubs pick up 36 hits while Noerrs also notched numerous hits finishing with 22.

Leading the way offensively for Belleville was led by Kaden Peachey who went 5-for-5 with five runs scored and an RBI. Teammate Gabe Clark also went a perfect 5-for-5 with 3RBIs and two runs scored and rounding out the 5-hit night was Isaac Sharp.

Leadoff hitter Micah Mathews finished with a 4-hit night finishing with 3RBIs.

Others finishing with four hits for the Cubs were Mason Mathews, Levi Anderson and Carter Walker.

Belleville got three hits on the afternoon was Evan Sharp.

Rounding out the hits on the night were 2-hit performances were Jackson Kanagy and Jace Clark.

Noerrs were led by Middix Treece’s 4-for-4 performance with 3RBIs and scored three times as well while teammate Teague Kauffman also posted four hits as well as an RBI and two runs scored.

Picking up three hits for the Purple and Gray were Crue Kochenderfer, Hudson Wessels.

Kochenderfer also posted 3 RBIs.

Rounding out the multiple hitters were Gabe Kline, Austin Wray, Kaleb Kerstetter and Ryan Bair.

Picking up a hit in the game were Sierra Snyder,Nikos Shoop and Kaydrie Wessels.

In the top of the first, Belleville sizzled from the start.

Micah Mathews singled to right field.

He was followed on base by Sharp.

Mason Mathews kept things going roping an RBI single, scoring Micah Mathews and Sharp.

With one out, Peachey singled to load the bases.

Walker singled in Micah Mathews and Peachey to up the lead to 3-0.

Evan Sharp bounced into a fielder’s choice to post the RBI, making it 4-0.

Noerrs battled back in the bottom of the inning, tying the game scoring four of their own.

Treese led off with an infield single.

Kauffman singled to put runners on first and second, setting the stage for Kochenderfer.

Kochenderfer smoked a hard hit single, bringing in Treese.

Kline followed with an RBI single of his own, cutting it to 4-2.

Wray and Kerstetter both brought in runs with RBI singles of their own, knotting it four.

The Cubs continued to roll offensively In the second, taking an 8-4 advantage.

Belleville’s defense came up strong in the bottom of the inning, holding Noerrs to just three.

Highlighting the Belleville’s defensive effort was a sparkling catch by first baseman Anderson on a throw from third.

From there the Cubs went on a 16-0 run, extending its lead to a 23-7 contest.

But Noerrs showed their “Never day Die” spirit in their final at bats, posting four more, ending the game scoring at 23-11.

Both teams showed that the future of MC baseball is in good hands!!

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