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MC baseball brings home clutch victory over Chambersburg

LEWISTOWN – In their first of a 3-game home stand, Huskies’ hurler Brian Yetter, Tristen Lockett and the rest of the Mifflin County baseball team took care of Chambersburg Tuesday, 6-4 in Mid-Penn action.

Yetter went 6 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on six hits while striking out six.

Lockett picked up the save going the rest of the way, allowing just one run.

Offensively, Mifflin County finished with five hits. Picking up hits were Colby Bodtorf,Tyreen Smalley, Evan Mock, Bryce Dobson and Wyatt Henry.

Mifflin County scored first, posting four runs in the bottom of the second.

Smalley walked and then stole second to lead off the inning.

Mock also walked.

Dobson singled in Smalley and moved Mock up.

Mock scored as Chambersburg committed a miscue on a Max Oburn at bat.

Dobson scores on a past ball while Bodtorf singled in Oburn to go up 4-0.

Chambersburg added a run in the third, cutting it to a 3-run deficit.

But Mifflin County upped its lead in the fourth as it scored two more to take commanding 6-1 advantage.

Despite a 3-run last ditch effort by Chambersburg, the Huskies had what it took to hold onto the 6-4 victory.

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