MASON, W.Va — The White Falcoons open the season in style as the Wahama baseball team held visiting rival Point Pleasant scoreless thursday night as the White Falcons took the 3-0 victory.
Wahama (1-0) started the season right, with a run in the bottom of the first that would have been enough. The Big Blacks (1-2) couldn’t get their bats going as they didn’ manage to score. Wahama added two more runs in the bottom of the fifth and too the 3-0 win over PPHS.
Tyler Roush earned the victory for the White Falcons as he pitched six strong innings striking out five while walking two and surrendering three hits. Zach Wamsley pitched the seventh and earned the save for WHS wile walking one and striking out one.
The loss was credited to Brandon Toler who in four innings of work struke out seven, walked three, gave up four hits, and three runs (all earned). Point Pleasant’s Austen Toler pitched the final two innings while giving up just one hit and striking out three.
Tyler Roush led the Wahama offense with two hits and one run batted in, followed by Wyatt Zuspan with one hit , a double, and two RBI. Zac Warth and Wesley Harrison also had hits for WHS.
Point Pleasant’s hits were by Austin Toler, Jason Stouffer, and Alex Potter, all singles.
Wahama finished with three runs on five hits with no errors and five runners left on base. Point Pleasant finished with no runs, three hits, no errors and seven left behind.
Wahama returns to action Monday at Southern at 5 p.m. while Point Pleasant traveles to Sissonville at 6:30 p.m. Monday.