Harlan suffers two-run losses to Cumberland Gap, Lynn Camp

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Chris Jones

Harlan’s Evan Browning delivered a pitch in action earlier this season. The Dragons fell 8-6 on Saturday to visiting Lynn Camp.

Harlan scored five unanswered runs after falling behind early but couldn’t complete the comeback in an 8-6 loss Saturday at Lynn Camp.
Spencer Gilbert, Luke Ledington and Marc Warren each had two hits for the Wildcats.
Jaedyn Gist led the Dragons on offense with two singles. Noah Lewis added a double. Shane Lindsey, Ethan Cornett and Donovan Montanaro added one single each.
Evan Browning took the loss as he gave up eight runs (four earned) on eight hits in three innings. Noah Lewis pitched three shutout innings, giving up two hits with four strikeouts and one walk.
Harlan (5-9) will travel to Pineville on Monday.
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Peyton Wilder drove in three runs on two hits as visiting Cumberland Gap, Tenn., downed Harlan 6-4 on Friday.
John Mark Bryson led the Harlan offense with two RBI on two singles. Donovan Montanaro had a triple. Jeremiah Mills, Ethan Cornett and Jeremiah Mills added one single each.
Aiden Johnson gave up six runs (one earned) on two hits over three innings, with three strikeouts and three walks. Jared Moore pitched four shutout innings in relief, giving up four hits and one walk.
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Harlan 100 310 1 — 6. 6. 6
Lynn Camp 153 000 x — 8. 10. 3
Browning, Lewis (4) and Lewis, Gist (4); Ledington, Wyatt (4) and Gilbert. WP — Wyatt. LP — Browning (1-4).
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Cumberland Gap 012 300 0 — 6. 6. 0
Harlan 200 110 0 — 4. 6. 4
Robertson, Brown (5), Crockett (6) and Cochran; Johnson, Moore (4) and Lewis. WP — Robertson. LP — Johnson (0-2).