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Cougars overpower Indians in rain-shortened game

BISMARCK – The Kingston Cougars picked up their second win in as many days on Tuesday as they scored 12 runs in three innings to defeat the Bismark Indians 12-4, in a game that was stopped after five innings due to rain.

Cody Barton picked up the win for the Cougars, but was lifted in the third after the Indians scored three more runs, allowing relief pitcher Seth Kamper to record the save. Kamper struck out six over the last three innings.

Ryan Boyer hit a triple and drove in three runs for the Cougars and Kenny Kitchell hit a double. Josh Camillo was Kingston’s only multi-hitter, going 2-3 with three RBI.  Alan Shawgo and Dayton Shepard  had one hit each.

Grant Latham hit a triple for the Indians, and Chris Goodman was 2-3. Joe Knowles, Skyler Henson and Dean Berry each had one hit. 

Kingston (4-5) will be at home on Thursday to host Valley. Bismarck (0-5) is scheduled to next play in their own tornament starting on Friday. 

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