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Michael Armstrong nearly hit for the cycle in the team’s victory Monday, as he started the scoring in the bottom of the second inning with a 350-foot blast over the left field fence. Armstrong ended up a double shy of hitting for the cycle.

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Hustlers climb up the league standings

In the opening-game of the three-day Seaside Tournament, the Columbia Gorge Hustlers have their six-game winning streak snapped Thursday by an 11-6 margin versus Seaside. The Hustlers (21-10 overall) totaled 10 hits and five walks and left nine runners on base, including the bases loaded in their three-run sixth-inning surge, where they got to within an 8-6 deficit, but an inning-ending strikeout short-circuited the rally.

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