Harrisburg went 1-2 at the Dinger Bats Classic in Mayfield, Kentucky over the weekend as the Bulldogs beat Lake County Tennessee 5-1 Saturday. The two losses were shutouts by Marshall County, Ky., 7-0 and St. Louis University, 9-0.
In the win over Lake County, Connor Phalin got the win on the mound, as he went six innings and allowed one run on four hits, while striking out six and walking two.
Isaac Crabb came on in relief and struck out two in one inning.
At the plate, Harrisburg outhit Lake County, Tenn., 8-4 as Javie Beal was 2-for-3 with a double. Beal also scored two runs. Andrew Bittle also had a pair of hits, going 2-for-2.
Will Gibbs, Noah Boon, Krayton Morse and Crabb all had one hit, while Gibbs, Crabb and Phalin all drove in one run. Brandon Banks, Gibbs and Boon each scored a run.
In the loss to Marshall County, Gibbs got the loss on the mound, as he went 2.1 innings, allowing seven runs (three earned) on four hits, while striking out two and walking two.
Bittle worked 1.2 innings and allowed two hits, while Drew Fromm relieved Bittle and gave up two hits over two innings.
Will Holland, Krayton Morse and Gibbs each had a hit for Harrisburg.
In the loss to St. Louis University, Banks went five innings, allowing five runs (three earned) on four hits, while striking out four and walking three. Peyton Arnold worked two innings in relief and gave up four runs (three earned) on four hits, while striking out four and walking three.
Crabb went 2-for-3 with a walk to lead Harrisburg at the plate on a day when the Bulldogs had just six hits. Jack Martin, Gibbs, Beal and Morse all had the other hits.
Gallatin County 20, Hamilton County 5
Gallatin County outhit Hamilton County 20-5 as Robbie Prince went 4-for-5 with four RBI and three runs scored, while Grant Bosaw was 3-for-4 with three RBI as the Hawks hammered Hamilton County 20-5 Saturday.
Garrett Rushing, Brock and Blake Seely, along with Drake Scherrer all had two hit days. Both Seely brothers and Rushing drover in two runs, while Brock scored two runs. Blake and Rushing scored one run. Scherrer scored four runs, while Jon Cox scored three runs, while going 1-for-1. Will Henson scored three runs after going 1-for-3 and finishing with two RBI. Wyatt Downen was 1-for-5 with two RBI and run scored.
Blake Seely got the win, going six innings and allowing five runs (two earned) on seven hits, while striking out four. Jaxon Knott worked one inning of relief work and struck out two.
Gallatin County 9, Mt. Carmel 8
Dustin Drone got the win on the mound, working in relief of starter Audie Goebel. Drone pitched five innings and gave up three runs. Goebel worked two innings and gave up one run.
At the plate, Prince led the charge with a 3-for-4 performance. Prince drove in two and scored two.
Bosaw, Downen, Rushing, Goebel, Scherrer and both Seely brothers all had one hit. Rushing scored three runs, while Bosaw, Downen and Scherrer each scored two runs.
Harrisburg 13, West Frankfort 1
The Bulldogs extracted some revenge for an earlier season loss at West Frankfort to whip the Redbirds 13-1 Thursday.
Harrisburg outhit West Frankfort 12-1 as Holland, Phalin and Bittle all had multiple hit games. Phalin, who went 2-for-3, finished with four RBI and a run scored. Holland, who went 2-for-4, drove in one run and scored two runs.
Beal matched Phalin with four runs driven in as Beal was 1-for-2 with a walk. Martin and Fromm Alsop had one hit. Martin scored three runs and finished with an RBI, while Fromm drove in a run and scored one run.
Ben Brombaugh scored three runs, while Banks scored two.
Boon got the win on the bump in five innings, tossing a one hitter and striking out four.
Carrier Mills-Stonefort 10, Galatia 9
Caden Van Meter and Rostin Lewis combined on the mound to help Carrier Mills-Stonefort pick up the win as the Wildcats won a see-saw battle over Galatia 10-9.
Van Meter gave up six runs over five innings and struck out six, while walking two. Rostin Lewis allowed three runs on two hits over two innings.
Ethan Fitzgerald was 3-for-4 for CMSF, while Colton Bets was 1-for-3 with thee-run home run in the third inning.
Edwards County 5, Eldorado 4
Another comeback was cut short for Eldorado as the Eagles' rally came up one run shy in a 5-4 Black Diamond Conference loss to Edwards County Wednesday.
Eldorado fought back after falling down by four runs in the fifth inning. The Eagles scored three runs in the top of the sixth on a single by Dalton White, a groundout by Trevor Milligan and a groundout by Eli Ralston.
Eldorado racked up six hits on the day as Hunter Sizemore and White all managed multiple hits for the Eagles. Joe Mayberry and Trevor Milligan each had one run.
Bryant Byrd took the loss, going five innings and allowing five runs (four earned) on five hits, while striking out 12 and walked three.
Hunter Sizemore came on in relief and walked one.
Vienna 13, Carrier Mills-Stonefort 7
Trent Winchester went four innings and allowed five hits, issuing five walks and striking out two, while Brandon Hambleton pitched two innings and gave up five runs on four hits, while walking three as Carrier Mills-Stonefort fell to Vienna 13-7 Wednesday.
At the plate, Shawn Rambert and Caden Van Meter were both 2-for-4.