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Anglers move to LHS; 19Us drop third straight

Staff Reports
Published: 7/6/2020 7:37:39 PM
Modified: 7/6/2020 7:37:35 PM

LEBANON — Effective Tuesday, the Upper Valley Anglers 19U and 17U summer baseball teams will play their home games at Lebanon High School.

The one-year program is filling in for the canceled New Hampshire American Legion campaign. Eldridge Memorial Park’s Jim Wechsler Field had served as the program’s home base through Monday’s 19U game with New Hampshire Prospects White.

The 19Us will host the Concord Cannons on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in their first LHS contest. The 17Us aren’t home again until a noon doubleheader with the STA Saints on Saturday.

Prospects rout 19Us: New Hampshire Prospects White scored twice in the first innings and never looked back in a 13-0 rout of the Upper Valley Anglers 19Us at Eldridge Park.

Upper Valley pitcher Trey Parker settled down after the initial assault and kept the Anglers (3-3) within a couple of runs before the Prospects ran away. The visitors — who lost to Upper Valley, 6-0, on June 24 in Manchester — tallied three runs in the top of the fourth, then sent 13 batters to the plate and scored eight more runs to win via the 10-run rule.

The Anglers managed just three hits, with Keegan Silovich producing a single and double. Upper Valley has lost three straight.

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