CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Ace Jake Payne struck out eight batters in five innings and junior Cam Cottrill had three hits to lead the Poca High School baseball team to a definitive 10-0 victory over host Sissonville on Monday.
The Dots (6-1), who visit Falling Rock at 1 p.m. today for a battle with 2012 Class AA state runner-up Herbert Hoover, received two RBI apiece from Payne and Matt Chandler.
Huntington 8, Winfield 6 - The Highlanders (9-3) held off a rally by the Generals (4-5) at Huntington.
Stephen Holland, Hunter Smith and Nate Haikal had two hits apiece for Huntington. Holland, Smith and Ronnie Musick had two RBI apiece to lead the hosts.
Josh Bumgarner and Tanner Bailey had two RBI apiece for Winfield.
The Generals play host to Riverside in a 7 p.m. game today.
In softball action:
Timber Creek (N.J.) 1, Riverside 0 - In a pitchers duel, Breanna Fisher out-dueled Sara Winter, sending the Warriors to the tough luck loss in the Grand Strand Classic in Myrtle Beach.
Each pitcher went the complete game distance, scattering just five hits but Fisher got the best of the matchup when she delivered the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning.
In a scoreless game, Katie Keebler walked for the Warriors, and a single to the gap in right-center field by Fisher scored the lone run of the game. Cassidy Schmidt had two hits for Riverside (7-5).