WEST PITTSTON — Two big offensive outburst and one combined pitching gem. They added up to a championship Saturday afternoon for Kingston/Forty Fort.
KFF scored five times in the second inning, tacked on four more runs in the fourth and had starter Ma’Kye Kushnir and reliever TJ Needle quieted Back Mountain National’s bats for a 10-2 victory in the District 31 8-10 Baseball championship game at West Pittston Little League.
KFF advanced to the Section 5 tournament with the victory. It also avenged its only loss in pool play. National won that game 3-1 in seven innings on June 24.
“We got our bats on the ball today,” KFF manager Tim Needle said. “The kids did well. We’ve been working on that a lot. So I give credit to the kids because they’ve been working their tails off. They are a great group of kids, a bunch of nice kids. They put in a lot of work and did a good job and it showed today.”
KFF got off to a good start with the bats. Nick Lipinski opened the second…