JOHNSBURG - With two outs, bases loaded and the Johnsburg Youth Baseball All Star Team down by two runs in the bottom of the 10th inning, Mark Cleveland hit a double, scoring three runs and giving Johnsburg a 12-11 win.
Representing Rotary in the all star game were Ty Berg, Tyler Glover, Jimmy Morris, George Burkhardt, Evan and Patrick Riedinger.
Representing Gore in the game were Mark Cleveland, Josh Donohue, Andrew Sponable, Brandon Tyrel, Aidan Connelly and Dalton Stevens.
Cleveland and Tyrel both hit over-the-fence home runs in the game.
Also adding hits for Johnsburg were Morris, Evan Riedinger, Berg, Glover, Stevens and Burkhardt.
Pitching for Johnsburg were, Berg, Burkhardt, Connelly, Stevens and Sponable.
After the game game, balls were awarded to Cleveland and Tyrel for their home runs.
Cleveland was awarded offensive player of the game, for his double, homerun and 5 RBIs.
Evan Riedinger was awarded defensive player of the game for his outstanding play at first and second base.
Ten year old Tory Glover did sang the National Anthem to start the game.
The Gore TV raffle winner was Evie Dingee of Johnsburg. She took home a 32" flat screen TV.