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Wilson’s survive tough tussle with Siglerville

It was a double delight on Friday night at Lewistown’s Rec Park as the Cal Ripken League’s hosted a double header.

In the opening contest, the team of Wilson’s Meat outlasted the tough efforts of Siglerville, 6-4.

It would be a game that would have a little bit of everything, different leadse, ties and a late win in the Wilson’s victory.

Wilson’s has a huge night from Landon Haigh as he posted a 2-for-4 game with two runs scored and an RBI.

Teammate Kole Strausser as he went 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored.

Others collecting hits for Eilson’s were Kyson Russler, Bo Benny, Lucas Hartung and Jed Powell.

Pitcher Zane Gramley look strong for 4 innings to get the win while Bo Benny came in to notch the save.

They both combined on allowing only six hits and four strike outs.

Notching hits for Siglerville were Cooper Walters, Parker Feltenberger, Cameron Guss, Carl Shirey, Michael Wilson and Blaise Schreffler.

After holding Siglerville scoreless in the top of the first, Wilson’s took the lead first.

Russler started things out by hustling out an infield single.

He later scored on an RBI single by Haigh. Haigh would then make it 2-0 as he scored on a wild pitch.

Siglerville battled right back in the second, posting three runs in the inning to take the lead.

Thad Gerwick started things off with a single to right but was forced out on a Jarod Kenny fielders choice.

Carl Shirey was hit by a pitch, joining Kenny on base.

Wilson brought in Kenny on an RBI single to center, cutting it to a 2-1 deficit.

Schreffler put his team up by one as he blasted an 2 RBI double to end the scoring.

Back came Wilson’s in the third, plating a run to tie the game at three.

Lucas Hartung doubled and scored on an RBI blast to left by teammate Powell.

The Wilson’s defense clamped down in the third, allowing just a hit by Walters.

With the game still tied at three, Wilson’s would get all the runs they would need in the bottom of the third.

Chase Hartung led the rally with a simple walk. He stole second and scored on a Siglerville error on a Haigh grounder.

Haigh would score for the second time on the night thanks to an RBI single by Strausser.

Strausser’s visit to the base paths was a short one as Benny brought him home on a RBI smash to right.

Despite being down by three, Sigleville refused to go away and battled to the end.

However, the team could only notch one run in the final three at bats to fall 6-4 in a hard fought battle.

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