Tiger baseball tops Eagles; others idle

ADDISON COUNTY — Middlebury topped rival Mount Abraham on Tuesday to highlight local high school baseball action earlier this week.
In other action the Tigers dropped a close road game on Monday, while Vergennes (5-9) and Milton were tied 1-1 in the second inning on Tuesday when rain suspended that game. It will be completed at Milton on Friday after the deadline for this issue.
Otter Valley was scheduled to visit rival Fair Haven on Wednesday after the deadline for this issue. OV (10-3) was looking to preserve its perfect record vs. Division III opponents and possibly improve on its third-place standing in D-II.
In the steady rain on Tuesday host MUHS blanked the Eagles, 10-0, behind the four-hit pitching of Wyatt Cameron, who struck out six and walked two.
The Tigers broke open a close game with six runs in the late innings. Skyeler Devlin led MUHS with four hits, while Jordy Stearns tripled and Cameron doubled.
Parker Hines knocked out two of the Eagles’ four hits, while Nolan Whitcomb took the pitching loss.
On Monday host BFA-St. Albans scored twice in the first inning and hung on to edge MUHS, 2-1. Bobwhite hurler   Taylor Yates tossed a three-hitter and allowed only an unearned run scored by Brian Foote. Devlin gave up two runs on six hits and took the tough-luck loss.

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