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Legion baseball: Sunday’s roundup

Staff report

Other Sunday Legion games …

Kannapolis 11, Stanly County 10

Kannapolis pounded 17 hits, but still had to hold on in the ninth at Ferebee Field in Misenheimer.

Sam Walker hit a grand slam for Kannapolis (2-3) in the second inning.  Kannapolis scored five runs in the second and four in the third.

CH Hassell, Andrew Raffaldt, Ryan O’Kelly, Brody Nelson and Jacob Baucom had two hits each for Kannapolis, while Walker had three.

Jack Robinson pitched four innings for the win. Luke Nelson got the last two outs for a save.

Stanly County (4-2) got two RBIs from Lukas Scott and two hits each from Will Dagenhart and Hunter Sells.


Davidson County 14, Mocksville 4

Davidson County scored seven runs in the second inning to take control of a game played at Rich Park.

Drew Wright pitched a complete game for Davidson in the five-inning contest.

Kaden Swaim hit a grand slam for the winners, while Taylor Stewart drove in four, including a two-run homer.

Spencer Claus had two hits for Mocksville (4-4). Mocksville got RBIs from Claus, Hunter Meacham, Nick Ward and Jacob Campbell.


Randolph County 8, Concord 7

Down 7-0, Randolph County Post 45 came back late to win against Concord (3-3) at McCrary Park.

A six-run sixth keyed Randolph’s victory.

Concord pitcher Joe Muhonen shut out Randolph the first four innings as his team built a lead.

Ick Cirino led Concord’s offense with three hits. Jose Vargas had two.



Junior Legion

West Rowan won 6-5 against East Rowan on Sunday.

















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