Despite being out-hit 10-4 in a non-league game on Tuesday, Circleville took advantage of a hit batter, walk, passed ball, balk and a key three-run error to score all of its runs in a 7-4 win over Adena at VA Memorial Stadium.
Circleville scored twice in the second to take a 2-0 lead.
Tate DeBord lined a single to right to start the home second and JD Reuter worked a walk.
After a strikeout and a pop out, Drew Thornsley was hit by a pitch to load the bases for Matt Bradley, who was also hit by a pitch to force in DeBord.
Reuter then came into score on a passed ball.
Circleville sent eight batters to the plate in the third and scored five insurance runs.
Scott Moats worked a five-pitch walk and Austin Gray singled to left.
Following a strikeout, Reuter coaxed a walk to load the bases for Logan Smith, who fouled off a pair of pitches in a seven-pitch at-bat before drawing a walk to force in Moats.
Brody Brisker reached when the third baseman was unable to field a ground ball, allowing Reuter, Logan Smith and Gray to all score.
Brisker scored one out later on a balk.
Adena scored two runs in the fourth and twice more in the seventh.
Gray, DeBord, Drew Thornsley and Angelo Travis had a hit apiece for the Tigers.
Trent Smith scattered eight hits and a pair of earned runs over six innings to earn the win. He walked three, hit a batter and struck out three.
The Tigers (13-7) resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division play on Wednesday at Hamilton Township.