South, West teams win big in Junior Classic baseball games in Bowie

June 25, 2013|By Dean Jones Jr | The Baltimore Sun

The Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches held two games of the 2013 Junior Classic on Monday at Prince George's Stadium in Bowie.

The South team defeated the East team, 8-0, in the first game, and the West team beat the North team, 10-0, in the second game.

In the first game, Reservoir rising junior infielder Jack Barry was 2-for-2 with an RBI triple and a run scored for the South.

Atholton rising senior outfielder Brady Acker had an RBI single for the South, while Howard rising senior infielder Brett Schaeffer had a single and a run scored.

The East had only three hits in the game -- one single each from Chesapeake-AA rising senior infielder Chris Ruszin, Chesapeake-AA rising senior infielder John Drexel, and Annapolis Area Christian rising senior infielder Albert Taylor.

Four local pitchers threw a scoreless inning each for the East -- Southern rising senior Connor McCowan, Chesapeake-AA rising senior Drew Spinnenweber, Southern rising senior Steven Hogan and South River rising senior Craig Sheridan.

In the second game, Winters Mill rising senior pitcher-outfielder Isaiah Pasteur had a three-run triple and a run scored for the West. He also pitched a scoreless inning despite allowing two hits and walking two batters.

Calvert Hall rising senior outfielder Greg Carter was 2-for-2 for the North team. Archbishop Curley rising seniors Zack Ridgely and Andrew Davis, as well as Hereford rising senior Jacob Covington, each pitched a scoreless inning.

The Junior Classic is a free showcase event for rising juniors and seniors in Maryland that will continue with the Maryland Cup (Aug. 8-9) at Prince George's Stadium.

The event is used to pick the Maryland Futures team that will compete in the 2013 Perfect Game/EvoShield wooden bat national championship in Arizona from Sept. 20-23.

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