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12u NJ Marlins Split Double-Header with Old Bridge Blueclaws

In game one, the Marlins (3-3) and Old Bridge Blueclaws (4-1) both had scoring chances, but it was the Marlins that were able to capitalize on them as they pulled out a 7-6 win at the Old Bridge LL complex.

The Blueclaws had eight hits compared with the Marlins’ six, but Old Bridge stranded 14 runners on base.

Mike McCarthy racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Marlins. He doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the sixth inning.

Anthony Critelli got the win in relief for the Marlins. Critelli pitched two innings and allowed three runs.

In game two, the Marlins led by four runs in the second inning, but Old Bridge put together a furious comeback to steal the victory, 14-7.

The bottom of the first saw the Marlins take an early lead, 4-0. Brett Subers singled to ignite the Marlins’ offense. A stolen base then moved Subers from first to second. Kyle Subers homered, completing the Subers connection. The scoreboard lit up again for the Marlins when Anthony Critelli scored on a two-run home run by Mike McCarthy. McCarthy racked up four RBIs on two hits for the Marlins as he singled in the fourth inning as well.

The Old Bridge starting pitcher got the win despite allowing seven runs over five innings. He struck out eight, walked three and surrendered five hits.

Old Bridge went up for good in the third, scoring six runs.

The Marlins scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth to cut their deficit to four. A two-run single by McCarthy and a groundout by Julian Zingler gave the Marlins life.  Unfortunately, Zach Cannizzo struck out after a solid at bat to end the threat of a Marlins comeback.

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