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The NJ Marlins 12u defeat Middletown, 8-4 on Mothers Day

The Marlins (4-3) and Middletown Mayhem exchanged the lead five times on Sunday, but the Marlins ended up on top with an 8-4 win over the Mayhem.

The Marlins pulled out the win thanks to a strong third inning.  The Marlins scored on an RBI double by Nick Alviggi, bringing home Brett Subers.

Julian Zingler went a perfect 2-2 at the plate for the.  He singled in the fourth and fifth innings.

Matthew Hahn got the win.  He allowed three runs over five innings. He struck out seven, walked four and surrendered four hits.

The top of the first saw Middletown take an early lead, 1-0.   The Marlins matched their own two-run second inning with two more in the fifth.  In the second, the Marlins scored on a steals of home by Robert Kauffman and Brett Subers.

One run in the top of the fourth helped Middletown close its deficit to 5-3.   A passed ball set off a Middletown rally.   The Marlins stopped the rally after Hahn got a big ground out to end the threat.

After a quick strike from Middletown, the Marlins responded with one run in the fourth.   The Marlins’ Julian Zingler scored on an RBI single by Brett Subers.

The Marlins extended their lead to three runs in the fifth an RBI single by Evan Kumar which scored Kyle Subers.

After pushing across one run in the top of the sixth, Middletown Mayhem faced just a 8-4 deficit.   An RBI single sparked Middletown.   The Marlins’ Kyle Subers came on in the sixth inning to shut down the Mayhem and close things out.

The Marlins finished the game with 8 hits and 7 walks.  They continued their aggressive play on the bases stealing 14.

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