Friday Night Baseball: Tigers, Pirates, Chiefs & Hillclimbers Win


The West Liberty-Salem Tigers defeated Greenon 12-2 in OHC play Friday night.

Dallas Koons got the win for the Tigers, the first varsity win of his baseball career.

Timmy Howells pitched well in 1 inning of relief, the first varsity pitching of his high school career as well.

The Tigers are 8-3 on the season and play against Troy Christian at home tomorrow at 11 AM.


Riverside hosted Upper Scioto Valley Friday night in non-league action.

The Pirates came away with a 10-0 win.

Gavin Orsborne went 2 for 2 at the plate and scored a run while Cooper Crouch drove in 2 runs with a single.

Michael Shockey picked up the win for Riverside going 3 innings giving up 2 hits and no runs.

The Pirates raise their overall record to 6-3.


The Chiefs defeated Indian Lake 1-0.

Carter Caudill threw 6 strong innings for the Chiefs Bellefontaine Chiefs took Friday’s game in dramatic fashion, with a 1-0 walk-off victory over Indian Lake.

The game was tied at zero in the bottom of the seventh when Chris Fogan singled, scoring one run.

The Chiefs will be back in action tomorrow vs St. Marys.

For the Lakers, Madden Lillard and Tyler Tidwell each collected one hit.

Camdon Tuttle took the loss for the Lake.

The right-handed pitcher went two-thirds of an inning, giving up one run and walking one.


Benjamin Logan Varsity Raiders fell 5-1 to Urbana on Friday despite out-hitting them six to five.

For Benjamin Logan, standout performances came from Keaton Horney, Ethan Martin, Bryden Morris, Anthony Griffith, Soli Hughes, and Everet Clapsaddle, each contributing with a hit.

Clapsaddle’s 1-for-1 performance with a run batted in particularly stood out.

Despite the loss, their efforts showcased the team’s potential and determination.