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Gallia tops Redmen

Published 3:10am Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Jim Walker


GALLIPOLIS — Too much Jimmy Clagg.

Clagg pitched a four-hitter as the Gallipolis Blue Devils downed the Rock Hill Redmen 10-1 on Tuesday in a non-league game.

Rock Hill (5-2) got hits from Jonah Cox, Evan Morris, Jonathan Joseph and Aaron Dalton. Joseph and Dalton had doubles.

Gallipolis (8-1) collected 12 hits with John Faro going 3-3 with two doubles and four runs scored.

Rock Hill got its lone run in the sixth inning on walks to Laden Delawder and Jack Goodwin and Morris’ RBI single.

Rock Hill 000 001 0 = 1 4 3

Gallipolis 401 104 x = 10 12 1

Levi Wilds, Aaron Dalton (6) and Austin Kidd. Jimmy Clagg and Ty Warnimont. W-Clagg (K-6, BB-4, HBP-1). L-Wilds (K-0, BB-4, H-8). Dalton IP-1, K-0, BB-3, H-4. 2B-RH: Jonathan Joseph, Aaron Dalton; Gallipolis: Gage Childers, John Faro 2, Jimmy Clagg 2. Hitting-RH: Jonah Cox 1-4, Evan Morris 1-3, Jonathan Joseph 1-3, Aaron Dalton 1-3; Gallipolis: Gage Childers 2-4, Gustin Graham 2-4, John Faro 3-3, Justin Bailey 1-3, Jimmy Clagg 3-4, Cody Russell 1-3.

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