TUPPERS PLAINS, Ohio — So much for gracious guests.
The Warren baseball team rolled to a 21-3 non-conference victory at the expense of host Eastern, Tuesday night in Meigs County.
The Warriors marked seven runs thought the first two innings of play and they broke free with an 11 run third frame. EHS marked three runs in the fourth frame and went ahead 21-0.
Eastern (3-8) broke trough for the first time in the bottom of the fourth inning when Brandon Coleman drove in Christian Speelman. Bradley Colburn drove in Zack Scowden, while Tyler Barber drove home Tyler Morris in the fifth frame but Eastern fell to Warren by a count of 21-3.
Blake Kidder was the winning pitcher for Warren, while Zack Scowden suffered the loss for EHS.
Eastern’s offense was led by Christian Speelman and Brandon Coleman with two hits each, while Zack Scowden, Tyler Morris, Bradley Colburn and Tyler Barber each had one hit.
Colburn, Barber and Coleman each had an RBI, while Tyler Morris, Speelman and Scowden each one run scored. Speelman had the lone EHS stolen base in the setback.
Ethan Estes led the Warriors with three hits and three scores in the game.