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Gallia tops Dragons

Published 4:43am Friday, April 5, 2013

Jim Walker


PROCTORVILLE — The Gallipolis Blue Devils remained unbeaten with an 11-5 win over the Fairland Dragons on Thursday.

Gallipolis (6-0) had just six hits but took advantage of four errors and nine walks.

Kole Carter went 4.2 innings to get the win. He struck out four, walked six, allowed four hits and three runs — all earned.

Fairland (2-2) had six hits with Luke Phillips going 3-3 with a run batted in. Josh Ross was 2-4 with two RBI while Evan Russell was 1-1 and Kyle Sowards 1-4.

Gallipolis led 9-0 after two innings after scoring three runs in the first and six runs in the second.

Gallipolis 360 002 0 = 11 6 0

Fairland 000 212 0 = 5 7 4

Kole Carter, Gage Childers (5) and Ty Warnimont, John Farro (4). Garrett Scheibelhood, Taylor (2), Dylan Murphy (5), Alex Thompson (7) and Cody Canteberry. W-Carter (K-4, BB-6). L-Scheibelhood. 2B-Gallipolis: Eric Ward; Fairland: Josh Ross. Hitting-Gallipolis: Gustin Graham 1-3 2-rbi, Justin Bailey 2-3 2-rbi, Eric Ward 2-3 rbi, Cody Russell 1-3 rbi; Fairland: Kyle Sowards 1-4, Josh Ross 2-4 2-rbi, Evan Russell 1-1, Luke Phillips 3-3 rbi.

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