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Punxsy taken down by Brookville in four innings, 16-3

July 11, 2011

Punxsy's Chase Lorelli runs to first base during the first inning of the 16-3 loss in four innings to Brookville's Williams/Servco team. The loss came in the first round of the Brookville Area Little League Craig Lewis Memorial Tournament. (Lizi Arbogast/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Area Little League Craig Lewis Memorial Tournament began Monday. The tournament features nine 9-and-10 year old teams and seven 11-and-12 year old teams from around the district.

In the first round, Punxsutawney 9-and-10 year olds faced Williams/Servco (Brookville) and were ousted. They fell 16-3 in four innings.

Brookville acted as the away team during Monday night's game and gained an early lead, scoring five runs in the top of the first.

All three of Punxsy's runs came in the bottom of the inning. Zach Vanleer was the first to cross home plate after Chase Lorelli hit an RBI single straight down the middle.

Dallas Bond, who served as Punxsy's starting pitcher, scored Micah Krichel off a fielder's choice to second base. Bond also scored a run as he ran home after a passed ball by Brookville catcher Dane Lyle.

Brookville continued to add to its lead in the second. By the end of the inning, Brookville was leading 9-0.

Brookville's defense stayed strong throughout the last three innings. It only allowed Punxsy to get one hit, which came in the fourth and final stanza. Punxy's Easton Rend hit a grounder to right field and was able to get into scoring position after a fielder's choice hit by Alec Greenbelt. Neither runner scored, and Punxsy left two on base, ending the game.

Brookville's offense was led by Brady Caylor, who was 2-for-3 and scored three times. Bryan Dworek went 1-for-2, scoring three times, and had one RBI.

Dane Lyle had a double in the first which sent three batters home. Braden MacBeth had two hits and scored once, and Cabe Park scored once in each inning.

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