Tiger baseball tops VUHS; OV wins

ADDISON COUNTY — Middlebury edged Vergennes to highlight local high school baseball action early this week.
In other games, MUHS won on Monday, while Otter Valley picked up another victory. Mount Abraham’s home game on Tuesday vs. Missisquoi was postponed until Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Tiger hurler Wyatt Cameron outdueled Commodore Will Wormer as MUHS topped visiting VUHS, 3-0. Cameron tossed a complete-game two-hitter, striking out 10 and walking just one.
Only one Commodore, Cooper O’Brien, reached third base, on the Tigers’ only error, which came in the third inning. Ethan Bissonette poked both VUHS hits. His second single came to lead off the fifth inning, but the Tigers middle infield of Hale Hescock and Devon Kearns turned a double play to help keep the game scoreless.
MUHS then broke through in the bottom of the fifth off Wormer. Cameron walked and Skyeler Devlin singled, and after a sacrifice bunt both scored on Jack Waterman’s long double. The final run came in the sixth. Kearns and Brian Foote walked, and after Kearns moved to third on a fly ball he came home on the front end of a double steal. Wormer threw five-plus innings, allowing three runs, four hits and four walks as VUHS dropped to 3-9.
MUHS improved to 7-3 and remained unbeaten in the Lake Division. The Tigers are set to play visiting Spaulding, also unbeaten in the league, for first place at home on Thursday.
On Monday the Tigers topped visiting Milton in five innings, 12-2. Kearns paced the Tigers’ 14-hit attack by driving in three runs with three hits. Aaron Larocque also contributed three hits, while Cameron, Nick Kaufmann and Hescock all poked doubles. Hescock earned the pitching win, striking out six while allowing five hits and two walks.
On Monday the Otters remained unbeaten vs. D-II competition with a five-inning, 13-3 victory over visiting Springfield. Josh Beayon andPayson Williams set the tone early with back-to-back first inning homers. Each finished with three hits: Williams scored four times, while Beayon doubled and scored three runs. Marcus McCullough tossed the first four innings for the pitching win, allowing three hits and three runs while striking out six.
The 8-3 Otters were set to visit improving Mill River on Wednesday.

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