Among them was batter's interference, a courtesy runner being caught stealing because he slid into the fielder's glove and a batter with a 3-1 count swinging at two balls high and away.
Logan's two seventh-inning runs came without a hit and was the third time the first batter of an inning reached base. Also, Nitro went 3-for-19 that game with seven strikeouts and twice caught looking.
"I don't think anybody's good enough to give away that many outs," Pritchard said. "They're in our section and they're good. They don't need any motivation to beat us, but their first run's a leadoff walk, their second run's a leadoff walk, their third run's an error. Their fourth run was a wild pitch. You're never going to beat Logan by giving them four runs."
On Wednesday in a 5-1 loss to Hurricane, the Redskins had a four-run first inning with help from catcher's interference with two outs. The batter was Tate Brock and he scored when Connor Adams hit his second home run of the season.
In a 9-6 win over Spring Valley, the Wildcats committed three errors, but were saved by nine miscues by the Timberwolves.
In the Daffer Tournament at Chapmanville on Friday, Nitro topped Wayne 5-4, but had two errors in a three-run seventh inning for the Pioneers.
Finally, an 11-10 win over Capital, also in the Daffer Tournament, the Wildcats had a fifth-inning error which helped the Cougars piece together a five-run frame.
Despite the many untimely errors, Nitro has committed only 22 in 13 games (1.69 per game). In comparison, Hurricane - which is 13-3 - has 29 errors in 16 games (1.81), but is 13-3.
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HERBERT HOOVER has its winning streak to 13 games - the longest since Coach Brian Young replaced Kevin Buckner in 2008.
The Huskies, who have won 15 straight regular season games since a 4-1 loss to Point Pleasant on May 1, 2012, have a team earned run average of 1.09.
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GEORGE WASHINGTON'S Clayton Anderson has had a big week, going 7-for-18 with a home run and 10 RBI since April 8. He also has cut down on his strikeouts with three in six games after 10 in the previous 10 games.
His batting average jumped from .306 on April 8 to .360 entering today.
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