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Mifflin County’s bats come alive in 11/12s game versus Nittany Valley

LEWISTOWN- After a first round bye in the District 5 11-12-year old All-Stars, the Mifflin County offense was on display Sunday afternoon as they too care of a spunky Nittany Valley team, 11-1 in a game shortened four inning affair.
Mifflin County’s Brian Yetter picked up the win, going strong in the first two innings while hitting a mile high homer en route to the victory.
Despite losing the coin toss, that would be the only thing that would not go Mifflin County’s way on the evening.
Lead off hitter Mark Shilling singled to get the game going for the black and purple. Jaxson Pupo followed with a single of his own.
Yetter’s blast put Mifflin County ahead 3-0 but they weren’t done yet.
Bryce Dodson kept the inning going posting yet another single. Gage Scheaffer and Conner Cherry all singled. When the dust settled, Brandon Souders double, ended the inning giving Mifflin County an early 5-0 advantage.
Nittany Valley posted its first and only run when Alec Bossert walked. With two outs, Ethan Rossman was hit by a pitch. Joey Brunt walked as did teammate David McAndrew.
McAndrew’s walk was an RBI, allowing Bossert to score.
Mifflin County kept things going, posting two more runs in the second.
With two out, Donson kept the drive alive with a double. Scheaffer singled and Cherry doubled both of them in, making it 7-2 going into the third.
In the third, Trey Shoemaker RBI fielders choice gave MC another run.
Earlier in the inning, Souders singled and later stole two bases at once and then scored on a Pupo single.
Another two runs in the fourth put Mifflin County in the drivers seat as it went onto the 10-run victory.

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