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  • Mavericks' Berman no-hits North Coos

  • One night after hitting a grand slam and driving in six runs in American Legion AAA baseball for the Medford Mustangs, Josh Berman outdid himself when he made an appearance on the mound for the North Medford Mavericks A squad on Monday.
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  • One night after hitting a grand slam and driving in six runs in American Legion AAA baseball for the Medford Mustangs, Josh Berman outdid himself when he made an appearance on the mound for the North Medford Mavericks A squad on Monday.
    Berman tossed a no-hitter against visiting North Coos in the opener of a nonleague doubleheader sweep. North Medford won the first game, 1-0, and the second, 9-8.
    Berman pitched all seven innings and amassed 14 strikeouts. He three walks and two hit batters.
    A balk by North Coos pitcher Renton Poole in the bottom of the fourth allowed Larson Kendrick to score the lone run.
    Game 2 was tied 8-all in the bottom of the seventh inning when a North Coos error on a ball hit by Berry Hunt allowed Corey Reece to score the winning run.
    Dakota Adams went 3-for-3 with four RBIs for the Mavericks (14-12), Hunt was 3-for-4 with three runs and Greyson Wolff was 2-for-3.
    FIRST GAME
    North Coos 000 000 0 — 0 0 0
    North Medford 000 100 0 — 1 3 2
    Poole and Jackson; Berman and Wolff. W — Berman (2-0). L — Poole. 2B — NM: Cowden, Barone.
    SECOND GAME
    North Coos 100 205 0 — 8 7 2
    North Medford 011 402 1 — 9 11 5
    Jackson, Martino (2), Lahr (4) and Zehe; Kendrick, Hunt (6) and McKee. W — Hunt. L — Lahr. 2B — NB: Rice, Bennison; NM: Wolff.
    American Legion AAA
    MEDFORD MUSTANGS 20, SIERRA SUN DEVILS 1, 5 innings — At Reno, Nev., Josh Berman hit a grand slam to cap Medford's 13-run second inning and the Mustangs needed just five innings to beat Sierra Sunday and place fourth in the 16-team Reno Knights Fourth of July Tournament.
    The grand slam was Berman's second home run of the season. He drove in six runs and scored three times, going 2-for-3.
    Also for the Mustangs (16-7), who were 3-2 in the tourney, Cody Coggins, Jimmy Sporer, Austin Zavala, Taylor Raff, Christian Gillis and Bryce Rogan all had a pair of hits.
    Coggins drove in three runs and scored twice, Sporer scored three times and plated two runs, Zavala added three RBIs and Raff scored three runs.
    Medford Mustangs 1(13)0 60 — 20 15 0
    Sierra Sun Devils 000 01 — 1 8 2
    Fredrickson, Westfall (5) and Zavala, Glick (3); Watts, Scott (2), Grenert (2), Fleck (4) and Glatthar. W — Fredrickson (2-0). L — Watts. 2B — M: Gillis; S: Parks, Hauder. 3B — M: Zavala, Rogan. HR — M: Berman (2).
    WCL Baseball
    CORVALLIS KNIGHTS 9, MEDFORD ROGUES 8, 12 innings — At Corvallis, Corvallis scored the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the 12th inning.
    Medford had tied it 8-all with two runs in the top of the ninth to force extras.
    The Rogues (14-11) trailed the Knights 8-4 in the sixth inning, but scored a pair of runs in both the seventh and ninth innings.
    The Rogues' Christian Cox tallied five RBIs, going 3-for-5 with two stolen bases, and Chris DeVito was 3-for-3 — two hits were doubles — scored three times and drove in a run. Victor Garcia went 2-for-6 with a pair of runs, and Blaine Tanner went 2-for-3.
    Medford 100 010 220 200 — 8 13 1
    Corvallis 000 060 200 001 — 9 12 1
    Erickson, Bennett (4), Dilda (6), Quarterley (9) and Lubach; Landazuri, Bishop (6), Patito (7), Snodgrass (7), Hammond (9), White (10), Sodders (11) and Ice. W — Sodders (3-0). L — Quarterley (0-3). 2B — M: DeVito 2, Cox; C: Kline 3, Kelly, Gallegos. 3B — C: Kelly.
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