Sunday Night Baseball Scores on the Holland Auto Care Scoreboard:Huge game Reds’ Tyler Boone, bigger than Bob, Brett, Aaron or Ray(Boone with 16 K)

Post 87 HiToms 8, Post 53 Greensboro Red Wings 2
WP:Matt Stanley/LP:Andrew Robinson
Post 87 leads Best-of-Five Series, 1-0 with Game Two coming up on Monday night at Post 87(Finch Field in Thomasville)
Hi Toms take game 1 over Red Wings 8-2 with Matt Stanley pitching 8 innings and Zack Britton pitched 9th inning. Patrick Calahgan 2-3 with 2 RBI, Timmy Fishvoght 2-3 with 2 RBI , Evan Edwards 2-4 with an RBI, Dylan Wilkinson 2-4 with an RBI. 11 hits for Hi Toms .Andrew Robinson takes loss for RedWings. Game 2 at Finch field Monday 7pm.
Rowan County 5, Post 45 Randolph County 4 (14 Innings)…Rowan County leads Best-of-Five Series, 1-0…
Greensboro Reds 11, WS Dodgers 1
WP:Tyler Boone with 16 strikeouts breaking(No Earned Runs) the Greensboro Reds league record held by the ageless Kevin Minter, who was 38 years old(2008) when he set the old standard/record…Tyler Boone is now the new record holder with 16 K’s in one game….Single-game record, 7 Innings..Madison Baumgarner with 14 K’s for the SF Giants tonight/Sunday…
Piedmont Pirates 9, Lex-Ashe Braves 0
Kannapolis Intimidators 10, Greensboro Grasshoppers 2
WP:Jonathan Freebus(7-7)/LP:Chuck Weaver)9-5)
Hoppers(13-5)/Kannapolis(11-7)…Kannapolis Line-10-16-0…Hoppers Line-2-9-2
Kannapolis with two HR’s…
Frederick Keys 5, Winston-Salem Dash 4
CVCL All-Star Game:
Gray All-Stars Defeat Blue All-Stars 4-2

Pitching Shines in 2016 CVCL All-Star Game
The Carolina Virginia Collegiate League lived up to its billing with a 4-2 win for the Gray All-Stars on Sunday July 10. Dominant pitching was showcased all evening long as the Gray team outhit the Blue All-Stars five to four in the contest. The Gray squad struck early as they scored two runs in each of the first two innings of the contest. Strong defensive plays late in the game thwarted a Blue All-Star rally to secure the win. RBI’s by Roanoke Rails slugger Nic Ratliff and Fuquay Varina Twins outfielder Cody Montgomery staked the Gray All-Stars to an early lead. The Gray team added to its lead in the second behind singles from North Wake Fungo outfielder Justin Dean and Kernersville infielder Randy Norris to lead 4-0. The Blue All-Stars scored their first run in the sixth inning by a successful double steal by Mooresville infielder Colton Chapman and Charlotte Crusher outfielder Tyler Fuller. The Blue All-Stars inched closer in the seventh behind a single from Rise Up infielder Hunter Jackson and RBI triple by Catawba Valley outfielder Marcus Wilson to make the score 4-2. Gray team third baseman and North Wake infielder Tyler Hardee’s strong eighth inning unassisted double play secured the win for the Gray squad. Roanoke starting pitcher Troy Beckner earned the win on the mound for the Gray squad after tossing a scoreless inning while Fuquay Varina’s Troy Maslowski earned the save.

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  1. I was at the Post 87 vs Redwings game last night and 87 got some very timely hits. Both 87 and Redwings have some really good players. 87 looks to have the edge a little going forward. Wilkinson, Edwards, Fischvogt, Callaghan, Brandenburg all came up with some bit hits to keep the lead. I expect to see the Redwings come out strong tonight. They can’t afford going down 2-0 in a best of 5.

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