MASON, W.Va. — In league play, the White Falcons are taking over.
The Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division leading Wahama baseball team earned its seventh straight league win after defeated guest Miller by a 7-2 count on Wednesday.
The White Falcons (10-5, 9-1 TVC Hocking) started the game on the right foot, sending Miller (5-7, 3-7) away in order in the top part of the first, while scoring twice in the bottom of the first. The Red and White added two more runs in the third inning and one in the fourth to take the 5-0 lead.
A Kane Roush single in the bottom of the fifth frame plated Demetrius Serevicz and Garrett Miller to push the lead to seven runs. The Miller Falcons broke through in the top of the sixth with two runs but failed to comeback and Wahama claimed the 7-2 victory.
Garrett Miller was the winning pitcher of record after allowing two runs on three hits in six innings, while striking out six. Kristopher Clark threw one inning in relief and struck out one.
Dakota Wilson suffered the loss after allowing four runs on four hits and two walks in 2.1 innings, while Chris Gamble threw 3.2 innings and allowed three runs on three hits and five walks. Gamble and Wilson both struck out two batters.
Wahama’s offense was led by Kane Roush and Wesley Harrison with two hits apiece, while Hunter Bradley, Demetrius Serevicz and Tyler Grimm each had one hit. Roush scored twice, while Serevicz, Bradley, Ryan Thomas, Jacob Bennett and Wyatt Zuspan each crossed the plate once.
Roush also led the way with two RBIs, followed by Zuspan, Harrison, Miller and Grimm with one each. On the bases WHS was paced by Roush with four steals, while Zuspan, Bennett and Serevicz each stole one base.
Miller’s offense was led by Tyler Newman with two hits, and one run scored, while Hunter Starlin added a hit, a run and a stolen base. Austin Doughty had an RBI for the MHS effort.