SHEPHERDSTOWN— On Sunday, after allowing an even dozen runs in losing a 12-7 decision to visiting Pitt-Johnstown in the completion of a WVIAC game suspended from Saturday, Shepherd allowed another even dozen runs in the regularly scheduled nine-inning game . . . but its hitters crashed three home runs (including Nash Hutter’s grand slam) to provide just enough fodder for a 14-12 victory that gave the Rams a two games-to-one series win over the hit-happy Mountain Cats.
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