Prep Baseball Roundup: Linsly sweeps Martins Ferry; Bellaire gets by Barnesville

AT Ferry, Linsly swept a pair from the home team, 10-1 and 5-0. Linsly’s Arien Seymour stopped the Purple on five hits in Saturday’s opener. He struck out six and issued four walks. Seth Scott and Robert Vargo teamed for five Ks and six walks for the Purple.

Colton Coss collected three Cadet singles. Teammate Justin Lee singled twice. Ferry’s Andrew Chlon cracked three singles and accounted for the Riders’ lone tally.

Kalio Winters pitched six innings and Logan Goodnight worked the seventh frane for Linsly in Saturday’s second game. Winters fanned three and walked a like number. Michael Oberdick (five strikeouts, four walks) and Dustin Schau worked the hill for Ferry (2-4).

Buckeye Trail 10,

St. Clairsville 0

St. Clairsville 4, Buckeye Trail 3

AT St. Clairsville, Corey Gidcumb stopped St. C. in a five-inning contest. Gidcumb struck out nine also issued two walks. Andrew hayes fanned four and walked three for St. C.

Gidcumb aided his cause with a single and double. Zach Roe rapped a single and double, good for three runs batted in. St. C.’s Lewis Mitchell and Joel Giffin singled twice. Ryan Busby belted a double.

In Saturday’s second game, Patrick Buchanan singled home pinch runner Nate Jeter with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. Tyler Blomquist struck out five and issued three walks with Michael Jacob and Turner Provost coming on in relief.

Buchanan singled three times and drove in two for St. Clairsville. Brandon Ducker delivered two singles. Jacob and Luke Slavik contributed RBI base knocks. Daulton Freeman drileld a single and double. Joel Giffin cracked a double.

Jesse Roe singled and doubled for Trail.

Now 2-4, St. Clairsville plays Union Local Monday at Morristown.

Weir 8, Buckeye Local 7

Buckeye Local 9, Weir 6

AT WEIR, the invading Buckeye Local Panthers managed a split on the doubleheader by taking the second game, 9-6. The hosts captured the opener, 8-7.

In the second game, Buckeye Local’s Austin Marshall earned the mound win. He worked the distance with three strikeouts and two walks. He had a pair of singles and a triple.

Eric Banal had three singles, while Jonathan Borkoski had two singles. Shane Duncan had a single and a double. Eric Williams and Chase Hopkins each had a double.

In the opening game, the Red Riders pushed a run across in the sixth to pull out the victory.

Marshall led the Panthers at the plate with a double, single and two RBI. Banal had a double, single and a RBI. Brian Zeroski, Williams and Jonathan Roth each had a RBI single.

Buckeye is now 4-4 on the season and will host Edison Monday. Weir is 2-4.

Bellaire 8 Barnesville 0

Bellaire 7 Barnesville 2

AT Bellaire, the Big Reds Wyatt Back and Hunter Westlake combined to two-hit Barnesville in game one. They totaled seven strikeouts and eight walks.

Brandon Ross singled and doubled for two Bellaire RBIs. Tyler West rapped two singles as did Nick Patrone. Dalton Conroy cracked a home run and single. Tyler Ramsay singled and drove in a pair. Westlake doubled and plated one.

Jacob Keiser and David Brown belted doubles for Barnesville.

Dalton Conroy fired a complete game three-hitter as Bellaire (5-3) completed the sweep. Conroy recorded nine strikeouts and walked five.

Nathan Steele doubled and socked two singles. Conroy drilled two doubles and a single. Back singled twice and knocked in one. Westlake singled and accouted for one run. Ross also scored a teammate.

Brown doubled and knocked in a Shamrock tally. Mitchell Wells singled for a run batted in.

Bridgeport 11, Cameron 6

Bridgeport 19, Cameron 3

AT CAMERON, Bridgeport broke out the bats in a big way, pouding out 30 runs and 22 hits in a doubleheader sweep over the homestanding Dragons. Bridgeport rallied for an 11-6 victory in the opener and then rolled to a five-inning 19-3 victory in the second game.

In the opener, sophomore dandy Bailey McGrath sparked the offense with two hits, including a home run to lead off the game. Jonathan Kreither had a hit and a RBI. Garrett Spielvogel had two doubles.

In the nightcap, the Bulldogs struck for 10 in the top of the fifth to blow the game wide open.

Robert Teeman had 3-run home run and a single to spark the offense. Williams had three hits and three RBI, while McGrath had three more hits, including a double. Jared Heslop had a two-run single. Cody Reed had a two-run hit.

Bridgeport is now 6-1 on the season.

Trinity 19 ERC 9

Trinity 9 ERC 3

AT Morgantown, Justin Everly struck out seven and Trinity prevailed in a five inning contest.

Zach Clark recorded seven strikeouts for ERC which was making its season debut. Isaac McIntyre doubled in a ERC run. Mitch Graham and Logan Lish contributed RBI singles.

Clark and Joe Mott singled twice for the Lions. Thomas Ball contributed a single and run batted in.

John Marshall 8,

Union Local 4

John Marshall 16, Union Local 7

AT Morristown, JM’s Shane Wellman stopped UL on five hits in Saturday’s opener. Wellman recorded 14 strikeouts and four walks. Eric Dunfee worked into the seventh frame for the Jets. He fanned five and issued six walks.

UL’s Austin Curry doubled and added two singles.

The Monarchs used a pair of five-run innings to win Saturday’s second game going away.

UL’s Matt Dunfee and Justin Riley singled and plated a pair.

Harrison Central 10 Newcomerstown 2

Harrison Central 12 Newcomerstown 1

AT Newcomerstown, the Huskies swept a twinbill, winning the opener behind winning pitcher Ryan Rose who struck out three and walked a pair. Dalton Rutter singled three times. Rashaen Mitchell tripled and singled. Drew Horn and Nick Pelegreen pounded two singles apiece.

Dustin Redish recorded the second game mound decision, recording four Ks and two walks. Rashaen Mitchell collected three singles. Rose and Rhett Kuryn added two base raps apiece.

Steubenville Central 6 Monroe Central 1

Steubenville Central 12 Monroe Central 2

AT Steubenville, the Seminoles were limited to two hits in a first game setback. Tanner Burkhart and Bryan Duffy both singled for the Noles.

Burkhart collected two of Monroe’s four hits in Saturday’s nightcap.