Wallenpaupack came up short, despite Caleb Vogler pitching a no hitter going into the sixth inning against Old Forge on Wednesday and fell to the home team 6-2.


Wallenpaupack came up short, despite Caleb Vogler pitching a no hitter going into the sixth inning against Old Forge on Wednesday and fell to the home team 6-2.

The Bucks took the early lead in the game when they scored in the first and second frames on runs by Jake DeSane and Alec McKenna but a rocky sixth inning saw Old Forge rack up six runs and end the chances of a Buckhorn victory.

Vogler was pitching a great game until the sixth when he gave up a walk and a single and the Bucks brought in reliever John Gardepe to try and finish off the game but Old Forge bats and some costly defensive mistakes and errors led to a big six run inning.

Gardepe paced the way at the plate for Paupack with two hits an RBI and three stolen bases. Marco Barrall, Ian Dassance, Jake DeSane and Cody Russell all collected a hit a piece. Isaiah Slutter and Alec McKenna each stole two bases and Erik Pulkkinen recorded one steal.

The next game for Wallenpaupack is Sunday at Valley View for a double header.