Corry summer ball

Corry summer baseball was on the road at the Ed Myer Complex in Titusville on Sunday. 

The Corry boys of summer were trying to avoid another slow start to this year's travel season only to see Titusville take a 1-0 lead due to some early miscues by the Corry squad. 

The score would remain the same until the Corry squad would pull ahead in the third with three straight singles by Nick Brundage, Logan Joncas and Nate Lesher. 

Lesher’s single plated Brundage and Max Rimdzius grounded out to score Joncas, and a Trey Redrup single scored Lesher putting Corry on top 3-1. Titusville would answer two more runs of their own in the bottom of the fourth to tie the game 3-3. 

Corry would regain the lead in the fifth with no hits and Titusville fielding errors as Brundage and Lesher would score making it 5-3. 

After holding Titusville scoreless in the bottom of the fifth, the hosts came out in the bottom of the sixth scoring three runs taking the lead for good at 6-5.

The local traveling squad could not score in the top of the seventh as they would leave two stranded and had three strikeouts in the inning.

Clymer's Lucas Willink was charged with the loss and Brundage won the Corry Preowned Player of the Game. 

Brundage was 2 for 3 with two singles, a walk and scored twice and Connor Beal received the Crotty Chevrolet Play of the Game when he smashed a double out to deep left field. 

Corry will travel to Saegertown to take on FCV on Thursday, July 2 at 6 p.m. 

Watch the game live on The Corry Journal Sports Stream by going to and clicking on the Live Stream logo.

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