Miami Trace 10, East Clinton 0
The Panthers scored three times in the second inning, tacked on another in the 3rd and crossed the plate six times in the 4th inning.
The Astros managed just two hits, one each by Jerrett Huff and Garret Woods.
Astros Coach Jim Huff said "We just couldn't get the bat on the ball at the plate tonight. We ended up with 8 k's and only 1 walk."
Clinton Massie 3, Washington CH 1
The Falcons stay in first place in the SCOL after a win at home Wednesday over the Blue Lions.
Jason McIntire picke up the win for the Falcons. He have up 8 hits but the Blue Lions hurt themselves with 4 errors in the contest. Fentress and Santoro each had a RBI for the Falcons.
Aaron Greer took the loss for Washington Court House. Blue lions were led by Gearhart Ferguson with 3 hits in the contest.
Massie has one league loss while Hillsboro and Miami Trace have two losses each and Washington CH now has three SCOL losses.
Hillsboro 7, Greenfield McClain 4
The Indians move to 5-2 in the SCOL and 6-7 overall after being led by Latrell Haitchock three hits in the contest againdst Highland County rival Greenfield McClain.
Randall Mischal led the Tigers with a 4 for 4 performance.
Miami Trace 22, East Clinton 18
The Panthers and Astros combined for 40 runs, 34 hits and 11 errors in the contest.
Miami Trace's McKenzie Robinson entered the game in the 4th inning and picked up the win in relief. Whitney Cockerill had an imopressive 8 RBIs tahnks to a triple and 3 singles.
East Clinton walked Trace's top two hitters, Airanne Mabra and Alexis Schwartz all night and the Panthers made them pay for it.
Miami Trace is 7-4 overall/6-3 SCOL.
Hillsboro 9, McClain 3
Lady Indians scored in every inning but one to defeat their Highland County rivals.
Keirsten Thornburg picked up the win. Kirstin Jullierat led the Indians with a 2 for 3 performance.
McClain MacKenzie Hildrenbrand led the Lady Tigers with two hits. Sarah Thompson took the loss.
Washington CH 10, Clinton Massie 4
Washington CH 5, Miami Trace 0
The Blue Lions only lost two sets in the cross county rival match up at Gardner Park tennis courts.
Garrett Phipps, Drake Berlin, Zach Jognson all took single matches and in doubles Carson Ferguson-Noah Mesker and Derek Eckstein-Gerritt Mallow helped the Blue Lions move to 5-0 in the SCOL and 7-0 overall.
Wheelersburg 4, Hillsboro 1
After defeating East Clinton Monday and Western Brown on Tuesday the Indians brief two game winning streak was snapped Wednesday night.
Second doubles team of Maverick Ward/Chase Culliver were only winners for Hillsboro.