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Legion baseball falls to Cannons

COLCHESTER — The host Colchester Cannons defeated the Addison County American Legion baseball team on Tuesday, 7-1. The Cannons improved to 4-1, 3-0 in the Northern Division, while AC dropped to 0-2, with both losses to league foes. 
Adam Whitcomb took the pitching loss, allowing two earned runs, five overall, in five innings. He allowed six hits, walked none and struck out seven. The Cannons added two runs, one earned, off Will Wormer, in the sixth. 
Cannon hurler Saul Minaya tossed a complete-game three-hitter, walking one and fanning five. Hunter O’Connor singled and doubled for AC, and Brian Foote doubled and picked up AC’s RBI. The run came in the fourth, when O’Connor doubled to lead off and eventually scored on Foote’s fielder’s choice ground ball.
AC’s game this past Friday night at Franklin County was postponed. The local nine will look to break into the win column this Thursday, when they host the Cannons at 5:30 p.m. at the Middlebury College diamond. They are also set to visit S.D. Ireland for a Saturday doubleheader at Champlain Valley Union High School beginning at 11 a.m., and to host Montpelier on Sunday at 11 a.m.
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