Roundup: Felton-Harrington wins Walt Bowers baseball tournament

Trevor Fleetwood struck out 10 in four innings to help Felton-Harrington capture the Walt Bowers baseball tournament with a 13-0 victory over Camden-Wyoming on Monday night.

Fleetwood also recorded three hits at the plate and scored twice. Dymere Hooks had a pair of hits and two runs while Kyle Parham drove in two runs with two hits.

Matt Vaughn doubled for Camden-Wyoming.

Felton-Harrington 16, Smyrna-Clayton 0: In the semifinal game contested on Sunday, Michael Brubaker pitched a four-inning no-hitter with nine strikeouts.

Brubaker, Asher Grubb and Aiden Young each had two hits to pace the Felton-Harrington offense.

Felton-Harrington 19, Dover 3: Trevor Fleetwood and Adam Mudri combined to strike out six in the opening round on Saturday.

Brayden Vockel, Brayden Shockely and Michael Brubaker each had two hits. Mudri also had a pair of doubles.

Nathaniel Bowles tripled and drove in a run for Dover while Frank Henry V was 1-for-2.

M.O.T. Blue 12, M.O.T. Red 5: In a first-round game played Saturday, Cody Popp had a home run and four RBI for M.O.T. Blue.

J.D. Portale was 2-for-3 and drove in a run while Landon Singleton struck out eight and only allowed one hit.

For M.O.T. Red, Dakota Hurtt was 2-for-2 with two RBI and Blake Caccano two hits.

Pat Knight

Smyrna-Clayton 9, Milford 0: Nolan Oakley homered and went 3-for-4 to keep Smyrna-Clayton alive in an elimination game on Monday night.

Nate Donahue had four hits in four at-bats for Smyrna-Clayton, three singles and a double.

Juan Sandoval and Tyler Brown tripled to lead Milford while Tyler Smith doubled.

Dover 23, Marydel 8: Dover won an elimination game on Sunday night behind four players who had two-hit performances.

Chase Christiansen, Brett Shelton, Caleb Blane and Elijah Ortiz all had multi-hit games for Dover. Aidan Durham was the winning pitcher with four strikeouts.

Smyrna-Clayton 12, Dover 1: Austin Abbott had a home run in a first-round game contested on Saturday. Cale Howell and Nolan Oakley each scored twice.

Camden-Wyoming 10, Felton-Harrington 0: Grant Ellege and Chase Engstenberg combined to pitch five innings of shutout ball in an opening-round victory on Saturday.

Ellege, Patrick Easton, Baylon Aviles and Chrys Roscoe each went 2-for-2 for Camden-Wyoming.

Deak Deakins

M.O.T. Red 15, Camden-Wyoming Gold 14: M.O.T. Red won a back and forth matchup on Monday night to advance to the championship round where it will face Camden-Wyoming Blue.

Jackson Lloyd led M.O.T. Red with four hits. Dane Hiser paced the Camden-Wyoming Gold offense with two hits.

Camden-Wyoming Blue 10, Felton-Harrington White 5: Chase Flegal doubled and had three hits in Camden-Wyoming Blue’s victory on Sunday.

Anthony Christianson, Parker White and Zachary Raiche also recorded three hits for Camden-Wyoming Blue. Billy Wine added a pair of hits.

Ryan Perkins led Felton-Harrington White with two runs, three hits and a double.

M.O.T. Blue 15, Marydel 0: Liam Robinson homered and doubled in the first-round game played on Saturday.

Connor Robitsky and Luke Robinson each were 3-for-3 with a double. Ethan Egloss tripled and Avery Alderman also went 3-for-3 with two runs for M.O.T. Blue.

Quinn Phillips had a hit for Marydel who also received impressive defensive performances by Wyatt Hurd and Cadence Nickles.

Camden-Wyoming Gold 19, Smyrna-Clayton 9: Jay Sanchez was 3-for-4 with three RBI and Dane Hiser was 3-for-5 with two RBI in a first-round game from Saturday.

Cobe Stevens led Smyrna-Clayton with two runs and a 3-for-4 day at the plate.

Milford 7, Dover 6: Brandon Wright had the game-winning hit on Saturday in the final inning for Milford.

Local golf

Whitby leads DSGA Amateur: Defending champion Jay Whitby, of Wild Quail Country Club, is in first after the first day of the Delaware State Golf Association Amateur tournament.

Whitby was the only player in the field to make par at the Rookery North course in Milford, shooting a first-round 70 to finish the day even.

Whitby had a birdie on the first hole and eagled the second. He recorded 13 pars on the day.

Round two is today and the field will be cut to 36 players. The third and fourth rounds will both be held on Wednesday.

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