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Indian Creek wraps up first MIAA title

Brandon Harris drove in John Warner, who had doubled, with the go-ahead run in the top of the eighth inning and Indian Creek went on to a 3-2 victory over Concordia Prep in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championship game.

The hit by Harris came on Monday, right before the game was suspended due to rain. The teams ventured back to McDonogh School on Tuesday and Indian Creek’s Evan Selmer made it a short trip, mowing down the 9-1-2 batters on 16 pitches to earn the save and give the Eagles the win and their first MIAA C Conference championship in just their second year of playing an MIAA schedule.

The Eagles scored two runs in the top of the fourth inning when Maurice Elder led off with a single and Selmer followed with an RBI double. After a strikeout and a ground out, Selmer scored when Alex Petrocelli lifted a pop up to third that was missed and scored an error on the Saints.

Travis Garnett worked seven innings, allowed two hits, two runs (one earned), walked three and struck out nine to earn the win for Indian Creek (13-4).

JOHN CARROLL 11, SPALDING 6: Ethan McCormick went 1 for 4 with two RBIs and Josh Moylan added three hits, including a solo home run, but the Cavaliers’ season came to a close with the loss to

the Patriots in the MIAA A Conference playoffs.

Cory Blohm finished with a single, a double and an RBI, Justin Ceasar doubled and drove in a run and Peter Godrick was credited with an RBI for Spalding (17-12).

CHESAPEAKE 4, STEPHEN DECATUR 2: Starting pitcher Colby Buckheit tossed three innings, allowed five hits and struck out two, then gave way to ace Joe Seidler, who threw the final four innings and allowed just one hit, as the Cougars defeated the Seahawks in the Class 3A East Region Section II final.

Chesapeake will travel to Reservoir for the region final on Friday.

Dylan Young had a hit and an RBI, Jacob Hyson drove in a run, Mike Cybert had two hits, including a double, and Seidler added a hit for Chesapeake (13-6).

KENT ISLAND 7, EASTON 0: Dylan Tvelia connected for a two-run home run and Brody Taylor stroked a two-run double to lead the Buccaneers to the shutout of the Warriors in the Class 2A East Region Section II final.

Kent Island will host North East of Cecil County on Friday at 4 p.m. in the region final.

Austin Horney drove in a run with a sacrifice fly, Tre Thomas, Jarod Pezzano and Cooper Fulton each scored twice and Hunter Griebel threw an out less than six innings, allowed just one hit and struck out four to earn the win for Kent Island (16-4).

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