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Little League roundup: Elyria North all-stars stay alive in Seniors state tournament


Elyria North’s Senior All-Stars cruised to an 18-8 win over Maumee in a state tournament losers bracket game in Englewood.
North jumped out to a 5-0 lead after an inning, only to have Maumee score four in the bottom of the first.
But with the score tied at 5, North pulled away for good with nine runs in the third inning and went on to win by mercy rule.
Justin Murray had a single, double and scored four runs for North, while Justin Hobart had a single, double and two runs scored. A.J. Vincent added two hits and two runs scored.
Kyle Brown settled down after a tough first inning and got the win, allowing five hits and just two earned runs in 41/3 innings. He struck out three and walked four. He only left the game because of pitch-count rules.
Kyle Robinson and Brandon Victor came in to get the final two outs.
North plays again today at 2 p.m. against Ironton.

Elyria East Big League team takes third at regional

Elyria East’s bid for a Big League regional championship ended Monday in Wyoming, Mich., with a 9-1 loss to the Illinois state champs.
Elyria East finished third in the region after taking second a year ago.
Illinois District 15 jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning before East got back in the game with a run in the second. Illinois put the game away with four runs in the fourth and three more in the sixth.
“In the fifth and sixth inning it just appeared we didn’t have the same fire,” East coach Kevin Brubaker said.
Nolan Neuschafer had two hits for East, while Tory Stewart had a double and East’s lone RBI.
While East didn’t bring home a title, it did receive some honors. For the second year in a row, Stewart made the all-tournament team. He was also voted the No. 1 catcher in the region. Pitcher Brian Hart also made the all-tournament team.
East also took home a team award, winning the Sportsmanship Award for the second year in a row.


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