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Pointers rout Hannan, 27-6

Published 1:43am Friday, May 3, 2013

Jim Walker


ASHTON, W.Va. — Now, that’s offense.

The South Point Pointers banged out 22 hits including 10 extra base hits as they pounded the Hannan Wildcats 27-6 on Thursday.

Brandon Boggs went 5-6 with two home runs and a double to lead the onslaught while Josh Browning was 4-4 with three doubles.

Chris Woodard got the win and also belted a home run. Woodard struck out nine, walked five and gave up nine hits.

Browning doubled home two runs as South Point took a 3-2 lead in the first inning.

Boggs had a two-run singled and Browning and RBI single and it was 6-2 in the second.

Boggs and Browning each doubled in a run in a four-run fourth and it was 10-6.

The Pointers batted around twice as they exploded for 17 runs in the fifth inning. Boggs hit home runs in his two at-bats.

Also having big days at the plate were Austin Majher who was 2-3, Jesse Lien who was 3-4, Alex Whitt 2-5 with a double and Trey Kearns was 2-4 with a double.

South Point 330 4(17) = 27 22 4

Hannan 204 00 = 6 9 9

Chris Woodard and Austin Majher. Lunsford, Randolph (5) and Jenkins. W-Woodard (K-9, BB-5). L-Lunsford (K-1, BB-7, H-8, R-10). Randolph K-1, BB-4, H-14, R-17. 2B-SP: Brandon Boggs, Alex Whitt, Josh Browning 3, Trey Kearns; Hannan: Jenkins, Lunsford 2 3B-SP: Austin Majher. HR-SP: Brandon Boggs 2, Chris Woodard. Hitting-SP: Austin Majher 2-3, Luke Kelley 1-1, Jesse Lien 3-4, Brandon Boggs 5-6, Alex Whitt 2-5, Chris Woodard 1-3, Josh Browning 4-4, Trey Kearns 2-4, Brandon Layne 1-2; Hannan: Randolph 1-4, Jenkins 3-3, Lunsford 2-3, Johnson 1-2, Tincher 1-2, Poore 1-3.

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