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  • Prep Baseball: Bulldogs, Hawks take two on the diamond

  • EHS ends regular season with win over Z-R
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  • At Olney over the weekend, the Harrisburg High School baseball team took a pair of games, beating Olney 3-0 and beat Mt. Zion 12-5.
    In the win over Olney, Justin Younger took the win, pitching 4.67 innings and allowed four hits, while walking four and striking out three.
    Cody Hall pitched 1/3 of an inning in relief, while Sykes Thompson got the save, working the games last two innings and struck out one, while giving up three hits.
    The Bulldogs were limited to just four hits on the day as Sykes Thompson went 2-for-3 with an RBI, while Nick Davis and Cody Hall had the other two hits.
    Hall provided an RBI and scored a run, while Younger had an RBI.
    Harrisburg took a quick 2-0 lead over Olney and tacked on the insurance run in the top of the seventh.
    In the win over Mt. Zion, Harrisburg pounded out 16 hits, scoring a dozen runs in a 12-5 victory.
    Cody Hall went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI. Cooper Thompson and Brady Mayer went 2-for-4, with Cooper Thompson scoring a run and Mayer hitting a pair of RBIs
    Justin Younger and Nick Davis each went 2-for-3 as Younger provided two RBIs and scored two runs, while Davis had a run and an RBI.
    Ryne Roper tacked on three RBIs and scored a run, while going 1-for-4 and Brennan Street went 1-for-1 with a pair of RBIs and a one scored.
    Matthew Phipps, Noah Vallette and Sykes Thompson each had a hit.
    Phipps got the start and pitched 3.33 innings, while allowing four runs on nine hits. Blake Buchanan got the win, going 2.67 innings, while giving up one run on five hits and Sykes Thompson came in to pitch one inning.
    Eldorado 9, Zeigler-Royalton 8
    ZEIGLER — The Eldorado High School baseball team cranked out 13 hits in a 9-8 victory over Zeigler-Royalton Friday afternoon.
    Adam Collier led the way at the plate, finishing 3-for-5 with two runs scored and an RBI.
    Tyler Deaton went 2-for-4 in the lead off spot, while Dakota Prather and Stanton Hathaway both finished 2-for-4. Prather tacked on two RBIS and scored three runs.
    Brennan Unthank, Devin Aldridge, Garrison Hathaway and Jordan Pilkington all had a hit. Pilkington finished with two RBIs, while Dylan Roberts had one as well.
    Unthank, Aldridge, Hathaway and Pilkington all scored a run.
    Prather picked up the win on the mound, throwing two innings in relief, while striking out four and walking one.
    Collier got the start, working 5.67 innings and allowed eight runs (four earned) on 11 hits and struck out six, while walking five.
    Dylan Riddle went just 1/3 of an inning, striking out one, before giving way to Prather.
    Page 2 of 2 - Eldorado tied the game at 5 after scoring two runs in the second and three runs in the third.
    Zeigler-Royalton took a 8-5 lead into the seventh inning where the Eagles rallied to put up three runs in the top of the seventh.
    Eldorado got the one run they needed in the eighth inning to end the regular season on a winning note.
    Gallatin County 4, Hardin County 0
    Gallatin County traveled to Hardin County last Wednesday for its final Greater Egyptian Conference game of the season and came away a 4-0 winner, and in the process, the Hawks clinched the GEC championship.
    Gallatin County got on the board in the third inning when Tyler Crayne came around on a Jared Jackson single. Then the Hawks struck for three in the fourth, two of which came in on a big 2-out double by Jared Jackson.
    On the mound Wes McGuire controlled the game scattering six hits while striking out 11 to pick up his 10th win of the season.
    "Wes was very good today, and we didn't supply him with much offense, but hopefully we can get that turned around before the regionals," head coach Dave Cruson said. "It was a nice win, Hardin is a very good team and we are very pleased with how things went out there today."
    Gallatin County 1, Waltonville 0
    Gallatin County made the long trip to Waltonville on Thursday, without benefit of their seniors, who were gone on a trip.
    The Hawks struck for the only run of the game in the first on back-to-back hits. First, a Jared Jackson single and then a Marcus Wargel double.
    The single run would be all Hawks starter Zach McGuire needed as he went the distance giving up just three hits and striking out 11. No Waltonville runner advanced past second base in the game.
    "We were really poor on offense today, even though we were missing a couple of pieces, that is no excuse," Cruson said. "Zach pitched great and our defense played very well behind him, this was a nice win."
    With the two wins, Gallatin improves to 24-3 on the season and they finish GEC Conference play 12-0 for their second consecutive conference title.
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