32nd Annual Don Coss Tournament - Cambridge City Park

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32nd Annual Don Coss Tournament - Cambridge City Park

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Cambridge Tournament Leaders:

Keaton Kyser - .381 (8/21), 2B, 5 R, 8 RBI, BB, SB
Regan Rogers - .389 (7/18), 2B, 3 R, 3 BB
Jake Valentine - .429 (6/14), 2B, 5 RBI, 3 R, 3 HBP, BB, SB
5 IP, Win, Save, BB, 5 K, 0 R
Tyler Harrell - 8.2 IP, Win, 6 K, 2 ER


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Don Coss Tournament Hardware Stays Home!

Thanks to a strong start and strong finish, Cambridge/Belle Valley Post 84/641 kept the hardware at home when the 32nd Don Coss Tournament wrapped up Sunday.

Cambridge/Belle Valley opened with two victories on Day 1 of the four-day tournament, defeating Parkersburg Post 15 by an 8-7 score and upending Zanesville Post 29 by a 6-4 count.

Day 2 was a tough one for Post 84/641 as the hosts were routed 14-1 by Marietta Post 64 followed by a 12-7 loss to Findlay Post 3.

After a day off, however, Cambridge/Belle Valley came back on “Championship Sunday” with renewed focus, avenging the loss to Findlay with a 4-2 victory and then captured the title with a 7-2 win over Parkersburg, which had defeated Zanesville and Marietta to reach the final.

In the championship game, Cambridge/Belle Valley trailed 1-0 early, but a four-run third inning put the hosts in control. Post 84/641 tacked on a single run in the bottom of the fifth frame, with Parkersburg scoring one in the top of the sixth to get within 5-2. Cambridge tallied two insurance runs in the bottom of the sixth to secure the victory.

Tyler Harrell turned in a stellar six-inning effort on the mound for Cambridge/Belle Valley, allowing just five hits while striking out three and walking one. Jake Valentine closed things out in the seventh inning, posting one K and one walk.

Leading Cambridge/Belle Valley’s seven-hit attack were Keaton Kyser with two singles and three RBI and Cohen Miles with an RBI triple. Valentine, Regan Rogers, Braden Williams and Tyson Mercer each had a single, with Valentine also collecting an RBI.

Evan Swain topped Parkersburg with two singles and a RBI. Brady Swain took the pitching loss with a complete-game effort, striking out five and walking four.

After going 4-2 in the Coss Tournament, Cambridge/Belle Valley is now 12-10 on the season. Up next is the Lancaster Tournament starting on the Fourth of July. Post 84/641 faces Lafayette, Indiana on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.; plays Troy at 12 noon and Lancaster at 5 p.m. on Friday; and Chillicothe at 2:30 p.m. and Waverly at 5 p.m. on Saturday; with Championship Sunday’s schedule to be determined.


Results:

Thursday June 27th

Cambridge - 8
Parkersburg - 7

Parkersburg - 7
Zanesville - 6

Cambridge - 6
Zanesville - 4

Friday June 28th

Marietta - 10
Zanesville - 1

Marietta - 14
Cambridge - 1

Zanesville - 2
Findlay - 1

Findlay - 12
Cambridge - 7

Sat June 29th

Marietta - 4
Findlay - 2

Parkersburg - 18
Marietta - 2

Findlay - 8
Parkersburg - 1

Sunday June 30th (Bracket Play)

(4 Seed) Parkersburg (2-2) - 17
(5 Seed) Zanesville (1-3) - 0 (5 innings)

(3 Seed) Cambridge (2-2) - 4
(2 Seed) Findlay (2-2) - 2

(4 Seed) Parkersburg - 7
(1 Seed) Marietta (3-1) - 3

Championship

Cambridge - 7
Parkersburg - 2


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