Every batter in the starting lineup had at least one hit Monday for the No. 7 North Hagerstown baseball team, which scored at least two runs in every inning en route to a 21-12 victory over Catoctin in the MVAL Antietam.
"We came out and swung the bats real well today," North Hagerstown coach Shawn Reynolds said. "We have a pretty good hitting ball club, no matter who we put out there."
Matt Ridenour and Brent Toms banged out three hits each for North Hagerstown (10-4, 8-2). Ridenour also had four RBI and one run scored, while Toms had two RBI. Leadoff batter Fred Kreiger finished with four RBI and three runs scored, while Justin Weaver slugged a three-run homer and scored three runs and Jimmy Connor and Chris Grove scored four runs each for the Hubs.
North starting pitcher Brian Barnhart fanned five in 4 1/3 innings and picked up the win.