Quebec downs Black Bears for second straight game

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QUEBEC-The Berkshire Black Bears are having a hard time north of the border as the Quebec Le’Capitals beat them for the second game in a row Tuesday night in Quebec. The final score was 8-3. While run production remains at a minimum, the bats seem to be coming alive. There were nine Black Bear hits with center fielder Curtis Goodwin and catcher Scott Allen banging out two each. Joe Kerrigan, Chris Vasquez, Chris Sawyer and Luis Mercedes all singled. The Black Bears got on the board in the sixth when Mercedes crossed the plate on a Curtis Goodwin double. Goodwin then stole third and scored on a Vasquez single to right field. The other run came in the top of the ninth inning when Todd Brock homered. The Black Bears finish up the series tomorrow night in Quebec and then go to Allentown for a three game series with the Ambassadors before returning home Friday night against Elmira. NORTHERN LEAGUE EAST RECAP 7/9/02 NEW JERSEY 7, ADIRONDACK 6 The first place New Jersey Jackals found an early offensive spark from OF Jack Lipari, who hit his first home run of the season in the first inning. Adirondack made it a ballgame by cutting the lead down to 7-6, but RHP Ryan Halla came in to shut the door on the Lumberjacks hopes. New Jersey continues to keep a strong hold of Northern League East South division lead as it stretched the mark to five and a half games. ELMIRA 2, ALBANY-COLONIE 1 Albany-Colonie put a run on the board early, and that proved to be all they could muster against Elmira Tuesday night. Elmira came back from a 1-0 hole to beat the Diamond Dogs 2-1. SP Greg Keagle got his fourth win of the year. Elmira gets its 24th win of the season as it continues to chase New Jersey in the Northern League East South division. ALLENTOWN at BROCKTON, suspended rain
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