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ACME Baseball
Monday, June 24, 2013 4:23 PM


Paulding picked up a 5-2 win over Hicksville in ACME action in Defiance County.

Damon Egnor got the win for the maroon and white, keeping the Aces scoreless in 4-2/3 innings while allowing three hits and striking out seven.

Gerod Harder pitched 2-1/3 innings for Paulding, giving up three hits, two walks and two runs.

Quentin Vance had three singles for the Panthers with Javier Gonzales and Corbin Edwards added two singles. Guy Harder also had a single.




Antwerp dropped a pair of games to the Aces as Hicksville recorded victories of 8-0 and 10-0.

Trenton Copsey took the loss in game two, allowing five hits, six runs and three walks in two innings of work. Tyler Messman also pitched two innings, giving up three hits, two runs and a walk while fanning one.

Derrick Smalley, Collin Perry and Kaden Brumett all had a single for Antwerp.

In the opener, the blue and white were no hit as Hicksville put the game away with eight runs in the fourth.

Brumett suffered the loss, surrendering three hits, two runs and a walk in three innings. Derrick Smalley gave up eight hits, eight runs and a walk in the other inning on the hill.


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