Aaron Lewis clouted the winning two-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning of the second game Saturday afternoon as host Buffalo swept a prep baseball doubleheader from Williamstown 5-2, 4-3.
Bradley Harris hit a two-run double in the second game for the Bison (5-8), and Lewis picked up the win in relief of starter Blaik Caplinger in a combined four-hitter.
In the opener, Beau Whittington and Lewis held the Yellowjackets (11-8) to just five hits. Laythen Good, Levi Jordan and Dakota Briscoe all had two hits for Buffalo.
POINT 13, POCA 12: Bruce McDermott lined an RBI single with one out in the bottom of the seventh as host Point Pleasant won a wild one. Levi Russell went 3 for 5 for the Big Blacks (13-6), who won their 10th in a row. For the Dots (13-6), Skyler Vealey was 3 for 3, Brett Watts 3 for 4 and David Taylor drove in four runs with two hits.
HOOVER 20, POINT 7: Four players rapped three hits apiece as visiting Herbert Hoover (17-1) broke a 7-all tie with 15 late runs. Austin Thomas, Corey Bird, Tristan Fields and Shaun Dotson all had three hits for the Huskies. Austen Toler smacked two homers and drove in four runs for the Big Blacks (13-7).
CAPITAL 10, SHADY SPRING 0: Caleb Kinder threw a two-hit shutout in the six-inning game, striking out seven. He enjoyed support from a 12-hit attack that produced six runs in the fourth inning. Austin Hupp and Anthony Gavin had two RBIs apiece.
CAPITAL 8, NORTH MARION 2: In the Cougars' second game of the day, Kinder and Seth Roadcap knocked in two runs each and Hupp and Jordan Bray combined on a four-hitter. Capital (9-13) banged out 11 hits and scored five times in the fifth to pull away.
SA 14, OAK HILL 3: Phoenix Shrewsbury went 3 for 5 as St. Albans secured a road win. Joey Dodrill and Austin Harless each had two hits for the Red Dragons (14-5). Chris Dennler hit a home run and drove home two runs for Oak Hill.
NITRO 12, NORTH MARION 1: Matt Harrison and Tyler Abbott combined for a no-hitter as Nitro downed North Marion at home. Harrison helped himself at the plate, going 3 for 3 with a double for the Wildcats while Evan Eich contributed three hits.
NITRO 13, SHADY SPRING 5: Nitro exploded for seven runs in the fourth inning as Nitro bested visiting Shady Spring. Evan Eich went 5 for 5 for the Wildcats (13-4) while Solomon Shamblin and Tyler Barton added three hits each. Jordan Meadows went 2 for 3 for Shady Spring.
WAYNE SWEEPS: Kasey Endicott and Allie Maynard struck back-to-back homers in the second game as host Wayne boarded a 9-1, 10-4 doubleheader sweep of Wahama. Jessie Rowe fired a four-hitter with six strikeouts in the opener for the Pioneers (18-4).
WAHAMA SWEEPS: Hunter Bradley (one-hitter, six strikeouts) and Dakota Sisk (two-hitter, eight Ks) donated strong five-inning pitching efforts as host Wahama earned a 10-0, 11-0 doubleheader sweep of Miller, Ohio (5-8).
In the first game, Wyatt Zuspan, Wesley Harrison and Sisk all had two hits for the White Falcons (9-5). In the second game, Philip Serevicz was 2 for 2.
HUNTINGTON 8, MORGANTOWN 5: Ronnie Musick went 4 for 5 with two RBIs as Huntington upended Morgantown in the championship game of the Jack Cook Wooden Bat Classic at Huntington High School. Stephen Hollard added two hits and drove home a run for the Highlanders. Shane Commodore had a double and four RBIs for Morgantown.
ST. JOSEPH 12, CROSS LANES 2: Ben Vaston went 2 for 3 with three RBIs as St. Joseph defeated Cross Lanes Christian in the consolation game of the Jack Cook Wooden Bat Classic at Huntington High School. Brian Conary contributed two hits and two RBIs for St. Joseph. Lee McQuain was 2 for 3 with a double for Cross Lanes.
BUFFALO 3, MORGANTOWN 1: Ali Burdette threw a two-hitter and Chelsea Parkins hit a two-run double in the third inning in Buffalo's first of two games in Morgantown. Chase Christy went 2 for 3.
BUFFALO 16, CLAY-BATTELLE 6: The Bison (19-4) blasted 21 hits in winning their third game of the weekend upstate trip, as Burdette went 4 for 4 with a home run. Parkins and Katie Higginbotham both went 3 for 4 and Whitney Dingess pitched the final five innings in relief of Parkins.
RIVERSIDE 8, VALLEY 2: Sara Winter fired a four-hitter and drove in two runs to lead the visiting Warriors (14-12). Also for Riverside, Chelsea Diegert was 3 for 4 with two RBIs. Kelsey Bird doubled for Valley.
ROANE SPLITS: Casey Lassiter went a combined 4 for 6 with a pair of doubles as host Roane County split a doubleheader with Braxton County, losing game one 12-3 and winning game two 10-6.
Cassidy Taylor had a pair of hits in game one for the Raiders (17-1) while Kasey Blosser had two hits (including a double) and an RBI in the second game. Taylor Bragg paced the Eagles (13-6) with three hits, including a double and triple, and Charity Ramsey went 4 for 5 with a double and home run in the first game.
WYOMING EAST 10, CATHOLIC 0: Carissa Davis went 3 for 4 with a double as Wyoming East picked up a road win. Chelsey Adkins added two hits for the Warriors while Morgan Adkins belted a home run. Darian Vines went 1 for 3 for Charleston Catholic (10-9).
CATHOLIC 11, NOTRE DAME 1: Darian Vines went 2 for 2 with a double and five RBIs as Charleston Catholic posted a three-inning mercy-rule win. Brianna Ross and Katie Pulliam added two hits each for the Fighting Irish (11-9). Savannah Irwin had a hit for visiting Notre Dame.
SC 14, HUNTINGTON 4: Alli Burdette went 2 for 4 with a grand slam and six RBIs as South Charleston posted a home victory. Madison Pauley and Merredith Cain added three hits each for the Black Eagles (16-7). Rachel Bias went 1 for 3 for Huntington.
HURRICANE 6, SC 4: Madison Casto went 3 for 4 as Hurricane earned a home win. Amber Null had a triple for the Redskins (22-4) while Addie Fullen and Maddie Hebb each had a double. Emily Bostic had a single, double and two RBIs for the Black Eagles.
HURRICANE 11, HUNTINGTON 1: Cassie Sargent went 2 for 3 with a double as host Hurricane (23-4) won a three-inning mercy-rule contest. Hannah Taylor had a hit and drove home a run for Huntington.
LINCOLN CO. 9, ASHLAND 5: Brooke West and Megan Tully both hit two-run homers to help Lincoln County down Ashland (Ky.) at home. Faith Huffman and West combined to strike out 11.
LINCOLN CO. 10, LAWRENCE CO. 0: In the earlier game at Hamlin, Huffman threw a four-inning perfect game against Lawrence County (Ky.), striking out six. West and Huffman combined for four RBIs and Morgan Hutchison went 3 for 3 with a triple.