Prep baseball roundup: Jobst strikes out 10, South Charleston defeats Scott
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Senior right-hander Jerod Jobst struck out 10 and scattered five hits over seven innings to help lead South Charleston to a 9-3 win at Scott in high school baseball action Monday.
Jonathan Cline had two hits, including a homer for the Black Eagles (10-6), while Antonio Brown added two hits, with a homer and three RBI. Senior Austin Santrock finished with two doubles and three RBI, followed by Jobst and Jonathan Pauley with an RBI apiece.
For the Skyhawks (10-7), Forrest Spurlock smacked a pair of homers and knocked in three runs, while Devin Bayer had a pair of singles.
Hurricane 24, Lincoln County 0 - The Redskins (14-3) plated 18 runs in the third inning en route to the five-inning home win over the Panthers (8-4).
Sophomore right-hander Justin Crouch (1-0) allowed just three hits in picking up the win.
Zach Pate knocked in four runs for Hurricane, while Tate Brock plated three runs. Tyson Edwards, Austin Hensley and J.T. Rogoszewski chipped in with a double and two RBI apiece.
Winfield 11, Huntington 10 - The Generals held an 8-0 lead after three innings and held on for the home win.
Brandon Wright paced Winfield (8-10) with three hits, while Josh Bumgarner and Derek Whiteside had three RBI apiece.
For the Highlanders, Joey Mundy and Stephen Holland each knocked three runs.
Poca 15, Sissonville 3 - David Taylor and Jake Payne each drove in four runs to lead the Dots, who exploded for 16 hits in the home win.
Noah Frampton and Cam Cottrill had three hits each, followed by Payne, Skyler Vealey, Evan McClanahan, and Taylor with two each for Poca (11-4). Zach Null had two hits for Sissonville.
Nitro 13, Ripley 3- The Wildcats scored at least three runs in four of the five innings played in earning the five-inning mercy-rule win at home.
Ryan McDonough hit a home run and drove in three runs, while Dylan Slack had three hits and three RBI for Nitro (10-4).
George Washington 11, Beckley 6 - The Patriots scored the first 11 runs as it coasted past the Flying Eagles at home.
Clayton Anderson led GW (12-6) with fours hits, John Thomas added three and Connor Moffatt drove in three runs.
Herbert Hoover 18, Chapmanville 1 - The Huskies only led 2-1, but exploded for seven runs in the fifth inning and nine in the sixth to remain unbeaten.
Austin Thomas drove in four runs for Hoover (14-0) and Hunter White added three RBI. The Huskies pounded out 17 hits on the night.