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Monday, June 18th, 2007

Coldwater sweeps two from Elida

By Gary R. Rasberry
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Coldwater improved to 13-2 on the ACME season with a doubleheader sweep of Elida at Ed Sandy Field on Saturday.
In game one, Jordan Borgerding and Alex Geier combined to hold the Bulldogs to three hits in a 4-2 win. Borgerding went the first six innings, allowing one earned run and two walks. Geier threw a perfect seventh for the save.
Keith Schoenherr continued his sizzling hitting display on the summer, hitting a grand slam and his third triple in two days to drive in four runs.
In the nightcap, Coldwater scored five times in the top of the first en route to a 15-3 win in seven innings.
Nick Selhorst got his first win of the summer, throwing four innings of five-hit baseball. Geier went the final three to earn the old-school save.
Kyle Ahrens paced the Cavalier hitting attack with four hits and three RBI while Tony Harlamert added three hits.
Coldwater is back in action on Tuesday, traveling to Defiance for a doubleheader in a rematch from last year's ACME state tournament final, a game the Bulldogs won to capture the state title.

LINESCORE
Game One
Coldwater  004  000  0  -  4  6  1
Elida  100  001  0  -  2  3  2
WP - Borgerding
LP - Bush
Sv - Geier
3B - CW: Schoenherr
HR - CW: Schoenherr

Game Two
Coldwater  500  500  5  -  15  18  0
Elida  001  200  0  -  3  9  2
WP - Selhorst
LP - Mikesell
Sv - Geier
2B - CW: Schoenherr, Ahrens, Borgerding. E: Kimmet, Conrad
3B - E: Bettinger
Records: Coldwater 13-2, Elida 2-10.
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