Wellsboro splits a pair at Montoursville Tournament.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | May 19, 2013


The Wellsboro Green Hornets baseball team split a pair of games at the Montoursville Tournament on Saturday, while Mansfield went 0-2 on the day.

Wellsboro opened the day beating Milton 5-2. Dawson Prough had a hit and an RBI, Ben Shaw had a double and three RBI, Cody DeHaas and Brandon Owlett each had two hits in the game.

Owlett got the win, striking out nine, walking four and allowing two hits and two runs. After the first inning, when Milton scored both of their runs, Owlett allowed just one hit and one walk.

Montoursville 11, Wellsboro 10

The Green Hornets jumped out to a 4-0 lead after three innings, but two runs in the fourth and four in each the fifth and sixth, with another run in the seventh, helped Montoursville win the title on Saturday.

Matt Reese had two hits with an RBI for Wellsboro and Prough had three hits with two RBI.

Shaw had a pair of hits, with a home run, and two RBI, and Brian Doty had two hits, with a double, and two RBI. DeHaas had two hits, with a double.

Reese pitched five innings, taking the loss, and Prough finished on the mound.

Montoursville 13, Mansfield 0, 5 innings

Bryce Zaparzynski and Max Colegrove each had hits for Mansfield in the loss.

Cameron Ott had two hits, with a home run and three RBI to lead Montoursville and Quinton Kuntz had two hits, with a double and three RBI, while Zach Pepperman and Aaron Cole each had doubles, Pepperman adding two RBI.

Jared Burd, Zaparzynski and Ben Wilson pitched for Mansfield, with Burd taking the loss, while Kuntz got the win for Montoursville, with Quinten Persun pitching in relief.

Milton 6, Mansfield 2

Colegrove had a hit and Taylor Hillson had two hits, with a double, an RBI and a run scored in the loss for Mansfield.

Sam Rotella, Hillson and Brady Andrews pitched for Mansfield, with Rotella taking the loss. Mark Artley went the distance getting the win for Milton.

Mitchal Jacobs had three hits for Milton, with a run scored, Chad Diggan had a double, and an RBI, Daniel Bridge and Artley each had two hits, with Artley having a double, a run scored and an RBI.