Freshman Jacob Bradley went the distance, tossing a three-hitter at Brandon Matthew Sneed Field on Thursday night in Nitro's 4-0 victory over Riverside (9-15) in high school baseball action.
Bradley, the younger brother of Arizona Diamondbacks farmhand J.R. Bradley, dropped his earned run average from a robust 4.02 to a respectable 2.78 while surrendering only three singles to the Warriors.
It was Bradley's first career seven-inning complete game and his second consecutive victory.
The victory improved Nitro to 19-10, as the Wildcats moved within one win from their ninth consecutive season with at least 20 victories. The only time during Pritchard's tenure that Nitro did not win that many games was 2004.
Jacob Williams had two hits and two RBI and Ryan McDonough went 3-for-3 with a double and RBI and Ethan Clark went 2-for-2.
Hurricane 3, Spring Valley 1 - The Redskins (22-4) secured their fifth consecutive 22-win season with sophomore relief pitcher J.R. Rogoszewski becoming the third Hurricane pitcher to win five games this season.
Alex White was 3-for-3 with two RBI for Hurricane and Alex Estep had two hits and a double.
Spring Valley (10-15) received two hits and an RBI from Colby Webb in dropping its fifth consecutive game.
George Washington 5, Logan 4 - Garrett Vogelbach and Tanner Sorrells each had run-scoring doubles and the Patriots plated four runs in the sixth inning to rally for the road win.
For the Patriots (19-10), Connor Moffatt and Austin Griffith each doubled, while Grant Wooten had a RBI single.
Zach Minnick was 2-3 for the Wildcats (18-8), while Josh Rein and Troy Burgess each drove in runs.
Scott 9, South Charleston 2 - Forest Spurlock homered and finished with five RBI to lead the Skyhawks (15-14) past the Black Eagles (14-11) at Madison.
Justin Tolley went 52/3 innings to pick up the victory for Scott.
Devin Bayer had two hits and Colton Hammond knocked in two runs for the hosts.