In high school baseball, Tiger nine tops Eagles

ADDISON COUNTY — Middlebury picked up a big win on Tuesday at Mount Abraham to highlight local high school baseball earlier this week. In other games, also played on Tuesday, Otter Valley and Vergennes dropped road contests.
The Tigers pounded out a 20-4 victory over the Eagles, scoring seven times on six hits in the second inning to take command early. Winning pitcher Wyatt Cameron knocked out two hits for the Tigers, as did Austin Friend, Patrick Messenger andBrian Foote. The Tigers improved to 2-4, and with their earlier win over the Commodores made it a 2016 sweep over their county rivals.
Adam Whitcomb andColeman Russell led the 0-6 Eagles with two hits apiece, and George Bailey took the pitching loss.
Host Mount Anthony earned a 10-0 win over the Otters, taking advantage of OV mistakes to score six unearned runs. Tyler Allen took the pitching loss, going 4.2 innings and surrendering four earned runs while walking two and striking out five. Daniel Allen,Greg Whitney andAustin McCullough had hits for the 0-5 Otters.
Two Spaulding pitchers combined on a one-hitter as the Tide topped VUHS, 8-2. Casey Kimball’s sixth-inning single broke up the Tide’s no-hit bid. VUHS fell to 1-5 heading into a Thursday game vs. Mount Abe. 

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