Eagle baseball wins; Tigers, Commodores fall

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school baseball action, all on Tuesday, Mount Abraham rolled to a win at home, but Middlebury and Vergennes lost road contests.
The Eagles snapped a four-game skid by topping visiting Fairfax, 16-6. Eli Rickner (triple, single, four RBIs) and Jared Forand (triple, single, three RBIs) did much of the damage, and Jake Hoag, Dustin Whitcomb andSilas Burgess chipped in two hits apiece. Whitcomb earned the pitching win, striking out nine and allowing two hits and three walks in five innings.
In a game moved to Fair Haven due to poor field conditions at MUHS, Slater hurler Nathan Bathalon outdueled Tiger Wyatt Cameron in Fair Haven’s 3-0 win. Bathalon tossed a complete-game two-hitter, striking out eight and walking one. Austin Beayon drilled a key triple for the Slaters as they improved to 6-1. The Tigers dropped to 2-2.
In another game moved from a wet field, host Missisquoi cruised past the Commodores, 12-2, as MVU’s Adam Rice tossed a six-hitter, striking out seven and allowing one earned run. The T-Birds improved to 3-2 and got a combined 10 hits from Patrick Walker, Avery Feeley and Jackson Porter. Casey Kimball went two-for-two, walked and drove in a run for VUHS, while Will Wormer took the pitching loss.

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