Young Township racked up a season-high 13 hits, handcuffed United NRG and rolled to a win in a game that was shortened to six innings due to the mercy rule at Bertolino Field.
Tyler Hill cracked a three-run double to fuel a six-run rally for Young Township in the bottom of the sixth inning. Hill finished 3-for-4 with four RBIs.
“Tyler came up with some clutch hits,” Young Township manager Jack Yard said. “It was hands down the best game of the season for him. It might have been the best game of his career.”
Devin Fairman tossed a four-hitter to earn the win. Fairman, who struck out 10 and walked three, finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs.
Young Township’s Dylan Wingard, Jake Townsend and Brady Neal smacked two base hits apiece.
Beau Sheriff struck out four, walked seven and allowed 13 hits in a complete-game losing effort.
Young Township (10-7) travels to S.W. Jack tonight. United NRG (1-15) concluded its season.