Vikings walk-off with win over Stallions

A one-out RBI single by Peyton Weiler on Wednesday allowed host Teays Valley to walk-off with a 2-1 non-league win over DeSales.
Tyler Love worked a walk to open the home seventh, advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt from Tommy Williams and to third on a passed ball. Weiler then whacked a 1-2 pitch into left that brought in Love with the winning run.
DeSales scored its lone run in the first and the Vikings countered in the third to tie the game at 1-1.
Will Murphy was hit by a pitch with two outs, advanced to second on a single to right off the bat of Adam Trisler and scored on a double to center courtesy of Landon Guisinger.
Weiler went 2-for-3 to lead the Vikings.
Six different pitchers combined for a four-hitter. Gavin Karshner fanned the side in the seventh to earn the win in relief.
The Vikings (4-2) resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division play on Thursday at Circleville.

Amanda-Clearcreek 3,
Fairfield Union 2

Trent Hedges and Peyton Cassley combined on a one-hitter on Wednesday, sending Amanda-Clearcreek to a 3-2 MSL-Buckeye win over host Fairfield Union.
Hedges earned the win by tossing six innings and allowing one hit and a pair of earned runs. He walked three and struck out nine. Cassley recorded the final three outs, two via strikeouts, to nail down the save.
The Aces struck first with a pair of runs in the fourth to take a 2-0 lead.
Hedges walked with one out, advanced to second on a passed ball and to third on a ground out by Grant Guiler.
Blayne Barker worked a walk to join Hedges on the base pads.
Hunter Matheny then delivered a two-run double to left to drive in both runners.
Amanda-Clearcreek tacked on what turned out to be a vital insurance run in the fifth.
Landon Mills walked to lead off the inning and eventually came around to score on an RBI single to center off the bat of Cade Young.
Fairfield Union scored both of its runs in the sixth.
The Aces (5-4, 3-3) travel to Northridge on Friday for a non-league game.

Circleville 3,
Bishop Watterson 0

Logan Smith used 99 pitches to toss a seven-hit shutout on Wednesday, sending Circleville to a 3-0 non-league win over Bishop Watterson at VA Memorial Stadium.
Smith walked a batter and struck out right.
The Tigers scored twice in the third to seize a 2-0 advantage.
Nick Burns doubled to ignite the threat and was joined on the base pads when Smith walked and Parker Kidwell reached on a bunt single.
Following a fly out that also erased Burns from the base pads trying to score, Scott Moats jumped on the first offering he saw and doubled to left to drive in both Smith and Kidwell.
Burns came around to score three innings later when he reached via a double to left and eventually came around on a ground out off the bat of Nolan West.
Burns was a perfect 3-for-3 with a run scored and Moats went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a double to pace the Tigers (5-3), who resume MSL-Buckeye play on Thursday when they host Teays Valley.

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