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Gallipolis downs SV

Published 2:54am Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

GALLIPOLIS — The Gallipolis Blue Devils had 13 hits as they beat the Symmes Valley Vikings 18-5 Tuesday in a non-league game.

Ty Warnimont was 3-5 and Anthony Sipple 2-3 with three runs batted in to lead the Blue Devils. Seth Willis had three RBIs and Kole Carter was 2-3 with an RBI.

The Vikings had four hits with Tanner Mays going 1-4 with an RBI and Jacob Klaiber 1-2 with an RBI.

The Vikings play a league game at Portsmouth Clay on Wednesday.

Sym. Valley 001 40 = 5 4 4

Gallipolis 535 5x = 18 13 3

Thompson, McFann (2), Tanner Mays (3), Seth Jarrell (3), Jonathan Kouns (4) and Cameron Meadows. Seth Willis, Marcus Moore (4) and Ty Warnimont. W-Willis (K-7, BB-8, R-5, ER-2, H-2). Moore (K-2, BB-1, H-2, R-0). L-Thompson. Hitting-SV: Tanner Mays 1-4 rbi-1, Jacob Klaiber 1-2 rbi, Grant Carpenter 1-2, Josh Dial 1-1; Gallipolis: Ty Warnimont 3-5 rbi, Gage Childers 1-2, Gustin Graham 2-2 rbi, Eric Sheets rbi, Alex White 1-1 rbi, Anthony Sipple 2-3 rbi-3, Seth Willis 1-3 rbi-3, Kole Carter 2-3 rbi, Zach Graham rbi, Ryan Terry 1-3 rbi-2, Griffin Stanley rbi. 2B-Gallipolis: Ty Warnimont, Gustin Graham.

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