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Blue Knights earn postseason berth with win over Oakmont

ASHBURNHAM The wait is over for the Lunenburg baseball team.

For Oakmont Regional, the search continues to clinch a postseason berth.

The Blue Knights raced to the bat rack and then pounded out 15 hits "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" three each by Dawson Stacy and Dave Broden while Cam Landers took care of his job on the mound in a 14 2 mercy shortened, five inning victory Wednesday afternoon at Oakmont Regional High School to secure a spot in the upcoming district tournament.

"It's nice to get Lunenburg baseball back to where it used to be," said Lunenburg (9 8, 5 4 Midland League C) coach Bob Robuccio, whose has the Blue Knights district bound for the second consecutive season. "We were down there a few years, but the kids buy into the program. They know it's an expectation to get into the tournament, it's not just a hopefully we're in there. I think the attitudes have changed and we have that winning attitude which is good."

Oakmont, which fell to 6 8 overall and 3 6 in the league, needs to win its last two games against North Middlesex Regional on Friday and Tyngsboro on Monday to go dancing.

"We'll show up," Oakmont coach Steve Darling said.

Lunenburg punished the baseball with 15 hits, including multiple hits by seven players. Eight of the nine Blue Knights in the lineup had hits, and Adam Nano was a pest on the base paths by walking twice and reaching on an error.

"We have a pretty good hitting team," Robuccio said. "It's almost like we need somebody to get us started to get the next person going. We really weren't getting that the last few games, "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" but today it must have been contagious. It's nice when your Buy Cialis Boots 7, 8, 9 hitters get two or three hits in a game, it makes it easy for your pitcher."

Broden was 3 for 4 with 3 RBIs, while Stacy had three singles and scored three times.

Marc Poirier (2 for 4, 3 RBIs), who flashed the leather at the hot corner all game long, Buy Jintropin Jason Booth (2 for 4), Joe Kapp (2 for 3) and No. 9 hitter Jeff Kerr (2 for 3, RBI) all swung the bats well for Lunenburg. Craig Powell's lone hit Comprar Gh Jintropin a booming double cleared the bases in a back breaking six run third inning.

Oakmont, meanwhile, registered five hits, but Darling said offensive production have been a constant issue this season.

"We haven't been hitting all year and you can't be down six or eight runs and expect to come back," the Oakmont coach said. "You can hope to come back, but we haven't been hitting all year. We're not a good hitting team this year."

Leadoff hitter Russ Wiley led Oakmont with two hits, including a first inning double, and two runs scored. Trev Brown added an RBI single in the third inning.

Lunenburg got off to a fast start with two runs in the first inning, highlighted by Booth's RBI single to left.

"The kids knew what was at stake here today," Robuccio said. "We said that we had to get off the bus and "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" score right away, and we did that by putting two (runs) up in the first inning. It was contagious. We kept hitting and hitting."

Oakmont cut the deficit to 2 1 in the bottom frame off Lunenburg righty Landers, as Wiley doubled and later scored on a passed ball.

Lunenburg kept being aggressive at the plate and the results were outstanding. The Blue Knights scored at least two runs in each inning, including six in the third, before the game was halted due to the mercy rule after the fifth.

In the third inning, Powell smoked a three run double to left center, while Kerr drilled an RBI triple into the right center gap in the fourth. Broden's (3 for 4, 3 RBIs) single up the middle plated Viagra Online Pharmacy Uk two more in Viagra Pills the fifth.

"I'll tell you, they hit the ball hard and it was in the gaps," Darling said. "They hit some shots."

Landers got the win for Lunenburg. He worked all five innings, allowing two runs (one earned) on five hits with one walk and one strikeout. He kept the ball down and let his defense, anchored by the left side with Poirier at third and Jeremy Nash at shortstop, take care of the rest.

"(Landers') been a pleasant surprise all year long," Robuccio said. "He consistently throws strikes, he makes us play defense which I think is one of our strengths, and he pounded the strike zone today. I was impressed with that today."