The Brewer Falcons surged to a 12-5 record in Zone 1 American Legion baseball over the weekend after picking up two wins on Saturday and one on Friday.
The Falcons beat Trenton 4-1 on Saturday in Blue Hill and then traveled to their Heddericg Field in Brewer where they edged Waldo 2-1.
On Friday, Brewer stopped Motor City 9-3.
In Saturday’s first game, Jeff Weeks, Matthew Pushard and Carter DeRedin combined to hold the Acadians to four hits with DeRedin (2-2) getting the win.
Brewer struck for four six-inning runs with Pushard notching a single and driving in two runs.
Trenton’s Gage Feeney allowed only two hits in five innings.
In Saturday’s second game, Brewer pitchers Galen Williamson, Jack Corey, Alex Maxsimic and Greg Warmuth combined to limit Waldo to two hits with Williamson (2-1) getting the win.
Weeks sparked the Brewer offense with three singles and two RBIs.
David Clark was the hard-luck losing pitcher for Waldo as he scattered six hits in six innings while striking out three.
On Friday, Kyle Alexander (4-0) allowed only one hit while not giving up an earned run and striking out nine in five innings to propel Brewer to victory.
Weeks and Pushard each recorded two singles and two RBIs to spark the Brewer offense.
Parker Walker notched a double, single and RBI for Motor City.
Waldo 000 001 0 — 1 2 1
Brewer 200 000 x — 2 6 0
Clark and Brown; Williamson, Corey (4), Maxsimic (6), Warmuth (7) and Allen
Motor C. 00 003 0 — 3 4 2
Brewer 000 513 x — 9 8 0
Coutts, Spencer (5), Deuvielle (6) and Young; Alexander, Williamson (6), Weeks (7) and DeRedin, Maxsimic (6), Corey 6)
Brewer 000 004 0 — 4 6 1
Trenton 000 010 0 — 1 4 0
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