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Royals blank Baycats Tuesday night

Guelph's win ended Barrie's seven-game win streak
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Yomar Concepcion struck out 14 in a complete-game one-hitter as the Guelph Royals blanked the Barrie Baycats 9-0 Tuesday night at David E. Hastings Stadium. 

Kevin Atkinson broke up Concepcion's no-hit bid to lead off the ninth. Concepcion (2-2) walked six and threw 84 of 139 pitches for strikes as he helped end the Baycats' seven-game win streak. 

Offensively, Josh Garton's grand slam capped an eight-run eighth for the Royals (8-11). Ethan Hammond went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run, Darius Barlas and

Brendan Keys each drove in a run and scored, and Angel Villalona added two hits and a run.

Santos Arias (4-1) took the loss, giving up an unearned run on four hits over six innings. He walked two and struck out six. 

Barrie dropped to 14-3 and is tied with Kitchener for first place.