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The News-Enterprise So we meet again. The LaRue County 8-year-old All-Stars rallied in the bottom of the sixth inning, scoring three runs to edge the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission Blue All-Stars, 14-13 on Sunday in Leitchfield. Elizabethtown responded with 8-5 victory over Meade County Green, which beat Clarkson on Sunday, in the loser’s bracket final Sunday night to earn a rematch with LaRue County. The teams meet at 6:30 tonight with a second game if necessary to follow at 8:30. LaRue County built an 8-1 lead through three innings, but Elizabethtown scored the maximum seven run in the top of the fourth with two outs. Trailing 11-10, Elizabethtown scored three times in the top of the sixth to take its first lead of the game. But LaRue County, which trailed 13-11, responded with three runs of its own capped by Briar Holt’s run-scoring single to score Ty Morris. Chase Puyear collected four hits, including a double, to lead LaRue County. Dane Milby had two singles and a double, while Dalton Skaggs and Holt each had three singles. Eli Gibson, Noah Thompson, Robert Absher and Morris each had two singles. Edward Alexander had four hits for Elizabethtown. Ben Pyles, Paul Fiepke, Graham Meek and Jackson Webb had three hits, while Ben Godfrey, Coleman Clark, Trent Wood, Jey Gregory, Harrison Moore and Tyler Durbin had two hits. In the loser’s bracket final, the EABC Blue team built a six-run lead and held off a furious comeback attempt by Meade County Green in the bottom of the sixth. Elizabethtown built its lead with three runs in the third inning and three runs in the sixth inning. Gregory, Moore and Durbin had three consecutive hits to start the third inning with Gregory scoring on Durbin’s hit. Pyles’ fielder’s choice scored Moore and Durbin to make it 5-0. Leading 5-2 in the sixth inning, Elizabethtown scored three runs keyed by four consecutive hits by Alexander, Fiepke, Godfrey and Kass Disney. Fiepke and Disney had three hits for Elizabethtown, while Alexander, Meek, Gregory, Moore and Durbin had two hits apiece. CAL RIPKEN 10-YEAR-OLDS. The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 10-year-olds lost two heartbreakers Sunday as they were eliminated from the tournament. In the first game, Leitchfield broke a tie with two runs in the bottom of the fifth and held off Elizabethtown comeback for a 4-3 victory. Blake Kerr had two hits, including a solo home run to left-center field in the first inning. Duece Stokan had two singles, while Brandt Pawley, Jordan Furmon and Patrick Nichols each had a single. Nichols pitched five innings. In the loser’s bracket, Breckinridge County scored a run in the bottom of the sixth inning to knock off the EABC All-Stars, 3-2. Pawley collected three singles, while Furmon added a two-run double in the top of the fifth inning. Kerr added a double, while Jack Wilson, Tavon Breckenridge, Jaylen Cosme and Nichols each had single. Pawley tossed four innings, giving up two runs in the second inning. Leitchfield plays Breckinridge County, which beat Meade County Green on Sunday, at 7 tonight with a second game if necessary to follow at 9.