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Edgewood breaks tie to beat Cecil’s

Tribune Staff Report

The Edgewood Reds broke an 11-11 tie with two runs in the bottom of fourth inning to beat the Cecil’s Market Rockies, 13-11, in the second day of South Tahoe Little League playoffs action Wednesday in South Lake Tahoe.

The Reds took an early lead, posting nine runs in the first inning, eight before an out was recorded. Brandon Tinlin smacked two of his three singles in the first, including a two-RBI lash. Ryan Bosson added a two-run double.

But the Rocks answered with four in the first and seven in the third to knot it at 11. Justin Osborne belted a three-run double, while Robert Spees added an RBI double and Chris Grasso and Jimi Tomer tossed in singles. Spees finished with four hits while Osborne smacked three doubles.

Dave Bosson walked and scored and Alex Swearingen singled and scored in the Reds’ decisive fourth frame. Swearingen and Tinlin combined on the bump for the win. Jason Domingo doubled twice.

The Reds will meet the PIP Printing A’s at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the semifinals. Today’s semifinal action pits the Grand Central Pizza Cubs vs. the Sierra Ready Mix Pirates at 5:30 p.m.

MINORS PLAYOFFS: Jason Debacker tossed four innings of two-run ball, fanning 10 against just three hits, as the A’s toppled the Cubs, 21-4.

Amazingly, the A’s mustered just six hits but secured the win by earning 21 walks. Debacker led the way with two singles, while Fred Hackler added a double.

Kevin O’Conner led the A’s with three hits. Tyler Kolstad, Andrew Hobson and Keith Greer added singles while Jake Cain showed a good eye by earning two walks.

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