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Prep baseball: Sectional roundup - Thursday

By From staff reports

HURRICANE, W.Va. - Trey Dawson's fifth-inning grand slam highlighted the evening in Hurricane as the Redskins (24-4) cruised to an 11-1 win over Lincoln County in Class AAA Region 4, Section 3 win.

Austin Hensley (5-1) scattered three hits in picking up for Hurricane, while J.T. Rogoszewski and Riley Metz each had doubles.

For Lincoln County (9-10), Brynnan Fakourey went 2-for-2 with an RBI, followed by Colby Brogan with a double.

The teams will square off again at 6 p.m. today at Hurricane. A Hurricane win will clinch the sectional title, while a Lincoln County win will force a decisive third game on Friday evening.

Ripley 7, Capital 0 - In the Region 3, Section 4 opener at Ripley, Vikings freshman pitcher Logan McCoy took a no-hitter into the seventh inning before giving up a single, and Tyler Pittenger went 4-for-4 with a home run, double and four RBI.

Capital plays at Riverside today in the second game of the tournament.

Charleston Catholic 4, St. Joseph 0 - Junior Connor Golden  struck out 10 and allowed just three hits over seven innings in pitching the Irish to the Class A Region 4, Section 4 win.

Rocco Wilcox, Kiefer Hovorka and Drew Cable had two hits apiece for the Irish (22-9).

For St. Joe, whose season ended at 11-11, Trace Adkins and Paul Dransfield each had doubles.

Catholic will face Buffalo at 6:30 p.m. today at Triana Field in the first game of a best-of-three series for the sectional title.

Winfield 2, Point Pleasant 0 - Josh Bumgarner tossed a complete-game, one hitter to lead the Generals (13-16) in Class AAA, Region 4, Section 1 play.

John Bellomy had two hits for the Generals, while Zach Strong and Zach Wright each knocked in a run.

For Point Pleasant, Gage Buskirk finished 1-for-2.

The two teams will play again this evening with the sectional title on the line. If Point Pleasant wins, a decisive third game will be played Friday.

The winner of the section will play either Nitro or St. Albans in regional play.


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