University Hawks vs. Morgantown Mohigans
Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 5:00pm - Mylan Park - Mylan Field
Hawks Fall Short Against MHS
MORGANTOWN – One inning proved to be the difference on Thursday night for the University baseball team.
The Hawks (5-10, 2-7 OVAC) surrendered seven runs in the pivotal second inning on the way to a 9-4 loss to cross-town rival Morgantown
But there was good news for UHS as it did out-score the Mohigans 4-2 the rest of the way and this was a much better result than the 17-2 loss earlier in the season.
Evan Smith took the loss on the mound of UHS as he pitched the first inning and one third with seven runs surrendered on five hits with five walks. Jonathan Thompson turned in a solid outing out of the bullpen with four and two thirds innings pitched. Thompson allowed two runs on six hits with one walk and three strikeouts.
The Hawks trained 9-0 through three innings when they scored two runs in the fourth. The first of those runs scored when Matt Renner drew a bases-loaded walk that scored Hunter Cottrell and then the second run scored when Kevin Smith hit a line-drive to center field that scored Thompson.
UHS added two more runs in the fifth when Thompson doubled to centerfield that scored Max Kitzmiller and Aaron Forbes.
University managed seven hits in the game with Thompson leading the way with two, Forbes added a double while Cottrell, Clay Maholic, Renner and Kevin Smith each had one single.
The Hawks looks to end their four-game skid on Friday when they travel to John Marshall for a 5 p.m. contest.
Mohigans Blow Out UHS JV Team
MORGANTOWN – The University JV baseball team managed just two hits on the way to a 13-0 loss to rival Morgantown on Thursday.
UHS (4-8) trailed 2-0 after one inning but then watched as MHS scored five runs in the fifth and six in the fourth on the way to the victory.
Dylan Henry and Joey McBee each had one hit in the contest. Henry took the loss on the mound as he pitched two innings with seven runs allowed on nine hits and three strikeouts. Logan Lyons pitched the final two innings with six runs allowed on four hits with two strikeouts.
The Hawks return to action on Friday when they host John Marshall at 5 p.m.