Pointers suffer first loss

Published 12:52 am Thursday, March 30, 2017

Jim Walker

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — It took a strong pitching performance to stop the South Point Pointers.
Lenny Washington pitched a three-hitter, struck out eight and walked two as the St. Joseph Fighting Irish won their opener by handing the Pointers their first loss of the season, 3-1.
Jonathan Henline went five innings for the Pointers and struck out five, walked three while giving up three runs and three hits. Tanner Hall worked one inning with a strikeout, walk and hit.
The Pointers (4-1) three hits came from Tanner Hall who went 1-2, Travis Dillon was 1-3 and Brody Blackwell 1-1 with a double.
South Point hosts Chesapeake on Friday.
South Point    000    000    1    =    1    3    1
Hunt. St. Joe    100    020    x    =    3    4    2
Jonathan Henline, Tanner Hall (6) and Drake McClure. Washington and not available. W-Washington (K8, BB-2, ER-1). Hitting-SP: Tanner Hall 1-2, Travis Dillon 1-3, Brody Blackwell 1-1 2B; HSJ: John Piaskowski 1-2, Charlie White 1-1 RBI, Lenny Washington 1-3 RBI, Barnes 1-3, Noah Beter RBI.

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