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Chapelgate baseball sweeps doubleheader with Key

On a day when most local teams were unable to play because of the field conditions, Chapelgate (5-1) managed to sweep a doubleheader with MIAA C Conference rival Key, 16-2 and 7-5 on Tuesday.

The defending conference champion Yellowjackets cruised to victory in the first game, as Stephen Siggins went five innings, striking out eight and allowing only one run. Seamus Harrigan paced the Chapelgate offense, going 4-for-4 with a home run and six RBIs.

The second game was tighter, as Michael Patton battled through six innings, striking out 10. Patton and Wayne Baldwin each collected one hit and one RBI.

Glenelg Country 7, Mount Carmel 3

Matt Campbell and Colby Manekin each had two hits and two RBIs to lead Glenelg Country (5-1) past Mount Carmel.

Matt Sheehan added a two-run double, and Dylan Farnella picked up the victory on the mound.

The defending B Conference champion Dragons overcame three fielding errors, outhitting error-free Mount Carmel, 9-5.

Hammond 10, Wilde Lake 2

In the only public school game of the afternoon, Hammond earned its first win of 2014.

League standings (as of April 8)

Atholton, 6-0
Reservoir, 6-0
Mt. Hebron, 5-1
Marriotts Ridge, 5-2
Glenelg, 3-2
Howard, 2-3
Long Reach, 2-3
River Hill, 2-4
Wilde Lake, 2-5
Centennial, 1-4
Hammond, 1-5
Oakland Mills, 0-6

April 9 schedule

Centennial at Atholton

Hammond at Long Reach

Howard at Marriotts Ridge

Mt. Hebron at Reservoir

River Hill at Oakland Mills

Wilde Lake at Glenelg

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