The Benjamin Logan Raiders picked up a pair of wins to take first place in the Micah Gregg Memorial Tournament on Saturday.
The Raiders won their opener, shutting out Riverside 4-0.
Josh Kuhn and Tanner Johnson combined to 1-hit the Pirates, with Johnson earning the win.
Collin Puckett was 2-3 at the plate to lead the Raiders.
Jonathon Mobley added a double.
Scott Shreve had Riverside's lone hit.
Game 2 saw Piqua defeat Riverside 6-3.
Dallas Daniels led the Pirates with three hits, including two doubles and two RBI.
Bryce Hodge and Kyle Hurley each added two hits.
The Raiders got another fine pitching performance in the final to beat Piqua 5-1.
Dustin Bowers earned the win with a complete game 4-hitter.
Artie Zell was 2-3 at the plate for Benjamin Logan.
Alex Young added a double.
The pair of wins leaves Benjamin Logan at 6-2 overall and 2-1 in the CBC.
In a JV baseball results, the Bellefontaine Chieftains picked up 3 wins recently.
On Thursday, the Chiefs pounded Greenon 24-0.
Leading the offensive barrage for the Chiefs were Cody Lyons at 3-4, 3 RBI, 2 stolen bases; Jacob Schmidt at 3-4 with 4 RBI; and Trent Nicholl at 2-3 with 2 RBI.
Mike Little picked up the pitching victory.
The Chiefs swept Troy in a doubleheader on Saturday. Both games were shortened to 5 innings due to weather.
The Chiefs won game 1 when Cody Lyons, who also earned the pitching win, threw out a Piqua runner at the plate from shortstop to end the game.
Drake Roebuck was 1-2 with 2 RBI and Nick Burton 1-2 for the Chiefs.
Bellefontaine also won game 2 in close fashion, squeezing out the 2-1 victory.
Drae Lyburtus was the winning pitcher for the Chiefs.
Cody Lyons and Trent Nicholl were each 1-2 with a RBI.
The West Liberty-Salem varsisty baseball team fell at Kenton Ridge 11-1.
The Tigers are 6-3 overall.