Area schools have victorious baseball games

The Marion County Red Raiders defeated Hubbertville 5-4 on Tuesday, March 22, thanks to a walk-off single. Marion County was down 4-3 in the bottom of the seventh inning when Preston Coniff singled on a 2-2 count, scoring two runs.
Marion County got things started in the first inning when Riley Smith's sac fly scored one run for the Red Raiders.
Hubbertville knotted the game up at two in the top of the fifth inning. An error scored one run for Hubbertville.
Caleb Knight led the Red Raiders to victory on the pitcher's mound. Knight allowed four hits and four runs over seven innings, striking out seven and walking zero.
Jagger toed the rubber for Hubbertville. The pitcher allowed three hits and two runs over four and two-thirds innings, striking out one. Brodie Silas threw two innings out of the bullpen.
Zach Lamoureux led Marion County with two hits in four at bats.

Hamilton Aggies defeated Lamar County 10-0 on Saturday, March 19, as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Caden Foltz induced a groundout from Xander Bileford to finish off the game. Hamilton got things started in the first inning.
Hamilton notched four runs in the fifth inning. The rally was led by a walk by Tanner Carter, a home run by Payton Purser and an error on a ball put in play by Foltz.
One bright spot for Lamar County was a single by Ryan Eiynck in the second inning.
Tyson Hall took the win for Hamilton. The pitcher lasted four innings, allowing two hits and zero runs while striking out three. Foltz threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.
Ethan Wilkins took the loss for Lamar County. The bulldog lasted four and two-thirds innings, allowing three hits and nine runs while striking out two.
Hamilton hit one home run on the day. Purser put one out in the fifth inning.
Purser led Hamilton with two hits in three at bats. Hamilton was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Carter had the most chances in the field with five. Bryant Loving led Hamilton with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with seven stolen bases.
Eiynck went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Lamar County in hits.

The Winfield Pirates defeated Deshler 6-5 on Thursday, March 24, thanks to a walk-off single. The game was tied at five with the Pirates batting in the bottom of the eighth when Brooks Smith singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
In the second inning, Deshler got their offense started when Reese Wilson singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run.
Winfield evened things up at five in the bottom of the seventh inning when Walt Hennicke doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs.
After Deshler scored one run in the top of the third, Winfield answered with one of their own. Deshler scored when Devin Burdett singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run. The Pirates then answered when Hunter Busha hit a solo homer.
Winfield notched three runs in the seventh inning. The offensive onslaught by Winfield was led by Tyler Mays and Hennicke, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.
Will Beasley earned the win for Winfield. The lefthander lasted one inning, allowing zero hits and zero runs while striking out one and walking zero. Brady May and Mays entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
Jacob Alexander took the loss for Deshler. Alexander surrendered one run on four hits over one inning, walking one.
Burdett started the game for Deshler. The hurler went five and a third innings, allowing two runs on six hits and striking out four. Jarett Hosch started the game for Winfield. Hosch allowed five hits and two runs over two and two-thirds innings, striking out three
Winfield tallied one home run on the day. Busha had a homer in the third inning.
The Pirates tallied 11 hits in the game. Hennicke, Busha and Smith each had multiple hits. Hennicke went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead.
Deshler collected 10 hits on the day. Burdett, Wilson and Logan James all collected multiple hits for Deshler. Deshler didn't commit a single error in the field. Daniel Gifford had six chances in the field, the most on the team.

The Marion County Red Raiders put up eight runs in the third on its way to a 15-3 victory over Phillips on Saturday, March 26. Marion County  batters contributing to the big inning included Cade Adkins, Brooks Junkin, Jaggers, Tye Madison and Lamoureux, who each had RBIs in the inning.
Phillips fired up the offense in the first inning, when Bo Green doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
Marion County tallied eight runs in the third inning. The offensive firepower by Marion County was led by Adkins, Junkin, Jaggers, Madison and Lamoureux, all driving in runs in the frame.
Silas led the Red Raiders to victory on the pitcher's mound. Silas lasted two innings, allowing two hits and one run while striking out four and walking one. Jace Young and Junkin entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
Lathen Burton took the loss for Phillips. Burton surrendered seven runs on four hits over two innings, striking out three.
Silas led Marion County with two hits in four at bats. Marion County didn't commit a single error in the field. Smith had the most chances in the field with seven.

The Hamilton Aggies had all cylinders firing on offense on Thursday, March 17, winning big over Red Bay 13-1
Hamilton got on the board in the first inning. Will Shotts' sac fly scored one run.
Hamilton notched five runs in the second inning. Mason Holloway, Joseph Aycock, Loving and Eli Jackson each had RBIs in the big inning.
Jackson was credited with the victory for Hamilton. The lefthander went two innings, allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out four and walking zero. Ben Moore threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Glover took the loss for Red Bay. The bulldog lasted one inning, allowing one hit and five runs.
Moore went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Hamilton in hits. Hamilton stole 11 bases during the game as three players stole more than one. Aycock led the way with four. Hamilton didn't commit a single error in the field. Carter had eight chances in the field, the most on the team.
Glover led Red Bay with two hits in three at bats.

The Winfield Pirates knocked in nine runs in the fourth on its way to a 16-4 victory over Lamar County on Friday, March 18. Winfield's big inning was driven by walks by Layne Pollard, Brooks Smith and Rain Nolan, a triple by Davis Bowen, a fielder's choice by May and an error on a ball put in play by Aiden Quinn.
In the first inning, Winfield got their offense started. They scored two runs when Nolan doubled.
Winfield took the lead for good with three runs in the third inning. In the third, Pollard drew a walk, scoring one run and Busha doubled on a 3-2 count, scoring two runs.
Winfield put up nine runs in the fourth inning. May, Pollard, Smith, Nolan, Bowen and Quinn all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.
Will Beasley earned the win for the Pirates. Beasley surrendered zero runs on zero hits over four innings, striking out two.
Dalton Adams took the loss for Lamar County. Adams went three innings, allowing six runs on seven hits and striking out one.
Bowen started the game for Winfield. The righthander went one inning, allowing four runs on one hit and striking out one
Winfield tallied 12 hits. Busha, Beasley and Bowen all managed multiple hits. Bowen Beasley, and Busha all had two hits to lead, and Winfield stole eight bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Hennicke led the way with three.
Brodie Glasgow went 1-for-3 at the plate to lead Lamar County in hits.

Foltz didn't allow a single run against Creek Wood of Charlotte, Tenn., throwing a complete game shutout and leading the Hamilton Aggies to a 11-0 victory on Thursday, March 24.
Jackson collected four hits in five at bats to help lead Hamilton to victory. Jackson singled in the first, singled in the second, singled in the fourth and singled in the seventh.
Hamilton fired up the offense in the first inning, when Jackson singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.
Hamilton scored four runs in the fourth inning. Shotts and Foltz all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.
One bright spot for Creek Wood was a single by Cy Lunsford in the second inning.
Foltz earned the win for Hamilton. Foltz allowed four hits and zero runs over seven innings, striking out three and walking one.
Jacob Stephens took the loss for Creek Wood. The bulldog surrendered eight runs on nine hits over three and a third innings, striking out two and walking one.
Hamilton totaled 15 hits in the game. Jackson, Aycock and Shotts each racked up multiple hits. Jackson led with four hits in five at bats.

Winfield beat Fayette County 7-3 on Friday, March 25.
Fayette County opened up scoring in the second inning, when Dylan Schloerb singled on a 1-1 count, scoring two runs.
Winfield pulled away for good with two runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Quinn's sac fly scored one run for the Pirates, and May doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.
Winfield put up four runs in the fifth inning. Hennicke, Quinn, Beasley and May all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.
Beasley pitched the Pirates to victory. The pitcher lasted five and a third innings, allowing five hits and one run while striking out one and walking one.
Cooper Sanford took the loss for Fayette County. The bulldog surrendered six runs on five hits over four and a third innings, striking out two.
Spencer Haney started the game for Winfield. The righty allowed three hits and two runs over one and two-thirds innings, walking one.
May went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead.
Fayette County collected eight hits on the day. Harrison Unger and Hollis Strawbridge each collected multiple hits for Fayette County.

Hamilton took home a 5-2 victory over West Morgan on Friday, March 25.
Hamilton opened up scoring in the second inning. An error scored one run for Hamilton.
Jackson got the win for Hamilton. The southpaw went three innings, allowing zero runs on zero hits, striking out two and walking zero. Moore threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Cole Wallace took the loss for West Morgan. The hurler lasted three and two-thirds innings, allowing two hits and five runs while striking out two.
Carter, Purser and Moore each collected one hit to lead.
Daniel Laporte led West Morgan with two hits in three at bats.

Winfield easily did away with Lamar County 15-2 on Friday, March 18.
The Pirates opened up scoring in the first inning, when Busha singled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run.
Winfield notched five runs in the sixth inning with batters contributing to the big inning included Busha, Nolan, Bowen and Hennicke, all driving in runs in the inning.
Hosch took the win for Winfield. The ace surrendered two runs on one hit over five innings, striking out ten. Mays threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.
Noah Boone took the loss for Lamar County. The hurler lasted one-third of an inning, allowing zero hits and zero runs while walking zero.
Winfield racked up 11 hits on the day. Busha, Hosch and Smith all collected multiple hits. Hosch and Busha each collected three hits.
Lamar County didn't commit a single error in the field. Alexander Bradford had the most chances in the field with five.

Winfield also claimed a 20-4 victory on Tuesday, March 22, despite a big push by Pleasant Valley in the second inning. Pleasant Valley offense in the inning was led by Caleb Shew, Nathan Shaw and Zeke Curvin, all driving in runs in the frame.
Winfield secured the victory thanks to 14 runs in the first inning. Batters contributing to the big inning included Busha, Smith, Nolan, Mays, Bowen and Hennicke, all knocking in runs in the inning.
Winfield got on the board in the first inning when Busha doubled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.
Bowen was credited with the victory. The righty allowed five hits and four runs over four and two-thirds innings, striking out 11 and walking zero.
Curvin took the loss for Pleasant Valley, allowing one hit and zero runs over two-thirds of an inning, striking out two and walking one.
Jesse Gannaway started the game for Pleasant Valley. The hurler lasted two and two-thirds innings, allowing 12 hits and 19 runs while striking out two.
The Pirates scattered 13 hits in the game. Mays, Busha, Hennicke, Layne Pollard and Smith each racked up multiple hits. Smith, Pollard, Hennicke, Busha and Mays each collected two hits to lead. Winfield was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Miles Gann had the most chances in the field with six. Winfield tore up the base paths, as three players stole at least two bases. Mays led the way with two.  


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