Brandywine sweeps Buchanan in Lakeland Conference twinbill

By Staff
Brandywine swept a Lakeland Conference baseball doubleheader at Buchanan Thursday.
The Bobcats earned wins of 10-2 and 5-1 to improve to 7-14.
Brandywine….10
Buchanan………2
Brandywine 001 045 0--10 11 3
Buchanan 020 000 0--2 4 5
Kory Bridges, Chris Carpenter (W) and Aaron Holy; Mark Dohn (L, 0-4), Josh Wahlstrom (5), P.J. Pollock (6) and Justin Helt.
2B: Josh Atwood (BR)
Brandywine….5
Buchanan…….1
Brandywine 003 20--5 7 0
Buchanan 000 01--1 5 4
Zach Bennett (W) and Aaron Holy; Kyle Tracey (L, 1-4) and Justin Helt.
2B: Billy Syrette (BR)
Team records: Brandywine 7-14, Buchanan 5-13 (2-6 Lakeland)

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