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Miners top Grays after strong start, 6-4

June 15, 2011

BROOKVILLE — It was a difficult day for the Brookville Grays, as they struggled against the Rossiter Miners before eventually losing Wednesday night in Federation League play.

Brookville fell behind 5-0 in the third inning before it attempted to stage a comeback. The Grays were able to cut the lead to two with a strong third, but it proved to be not enough.

The Miners went on to win it 6-4, improving their record to 5-5, while Brookville fell to 6-4.

Brookville manager Bob McCullough said the Grays' six-day break affected his team.

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