Brooklawn eliminates Tigers
Doylestown’s remarkable postseason run ended with a 9-3 ORss WR BrRRNODwn (1-) on Sunday afternoon at West Lawn.
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Marty Martens, Dylan Glassmire, Gene Alpin, Andrew Check amd Colt Smith each had two hits for DRyOHsWRwn, whLFh finLshHG wLWh D rHFRrG RI 37-9-2 Rn the season.
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Brooklawn (NJ) answered though with a three-spot in the second inning with just two hits — one a triple from Elliott McCummings.
Brooklawn added another run in the bottom of the third on an RBI single from McCummings to take a 4-1 lead.
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sey added another run in the bottom of the fourth to take a 5-1 lead and put the Tigers on the brink of elimination after a long, summer run.
Doylestown would not go quietly into the night as Gene Alpin delivered a two- run single in the top of the fiIWK WR FuW WKH GHfiFLW WR 5-3.
John Brue answered in the bottom of the 6th with an inside-the-park homer, which JDYH BrRRkODwn D 7-3 OHDG. Brett Tenuto’s RBI single highlighted a two-run eighth as Brooklawn stretched its OHDG WR 9-3.
Doylestown pitcher Jason Goldberg delivers to a Columbia Post batter during their American Legion Regional Championship contest in West Lawn on Saturday.