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Dartmouth tops senior Wildcats 15-2

Devon Boutilier of the Kentville senior Wildcats drops down a sacrifice bunt in NSSBL action against Dartmouth July 12 at Memorial Park. Boutilier later had a two-run double to account for both Kentville runs in a 15-2 loss to the league-leading Dry. Dartmouth scored 14 of its runs from the fourth inning on.
Devon Boutilier of the Kentville senior Wildcats drops down a sacrifice bunt in NSSBL action against Dartmouth July 12 at Memorial Park. Boutilier later had a two-run double to account for both Kentville runs in a 15-2 loss to the league-leading Dry. Dartmouth scored 14 of its runs from the fourth inning on.

KENTVILLE - The Dartmouth Moosehead Dry scored runs in bunches in the late innings of a 15-2 win over the Kentville Wildcats July 12 at Memorial Park.

Veteran Greg West broke open a close game (3-2 Dartmouth at that point) with a three-run homer in the fifth inning that proved to be the game's key blow.

Dartmouth then scored once in the sixth and seventh, and added three in the eighth and four in the ninth to finish with 15 runs on 21 hits.

The Wildcats, held to just six hits by three Dartmouth pitchers, scored both their runs in the fourth inning on a two-RBI double by Devon Boutilier.

Shayne Conrad, Joey Cavadini and Mike Lockhart pitched for Kentville, with Conrad being tagged with the loss. Starter Cam Marling, who pitched into the seventh inning for Dartmouth, picked up the win.

In addition to West's fifth-inning blast, Mark Phillips had three singles and a double and two RBI for Dartmouth. Anthony McKinley added two singles and a triple and two RBI, and Chris Head had two singles and two RBI.

For Kentville, Mike Lockhart singled and doubled and Codey Shrider singled in addition to Boutilier's two-run double.

Veteran Greg West broke open a close game (3-2 Dartmouth at that point) with a three-run homer in the fifth inning that proved to be the game's key blow.

Dartmouth then scored once in the sixth and seventh, and added three in the eighth and four in the ninth to finish with 15 runs on 21 hits.

The Wildcats, held to just six hits by three Dartmouth pitchers, scored both their runs in the fourth inning on a two-RBI double by Devon Boutilier.

Shayne Conrad, Joey Cavadini and Mike Lockhart pitched for Kentville, with Conrad being tagged with the loss. Starter Cam Marling, who pitched into the seventh inning for Dartmouth, picked up the win.

In addition to West's fifth-inning blast, Mark Phillips had three singles and a double and two RBI for Dartmouth. Anthony McKinley added two singles and a triple and two RBI, and Chris Head had two singles and two RBI.

For Kentville, Mike Lockhart singled and doubled and Codey Shrider singled in addition to Boutilier's two-run double.

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