GLOUSTER, Ohio — The Wahama baseball team snapped a two-game losing skid in grand style Wednesday night during a 12-3 decision over host Trimble in a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup in Athens County.
The White Falcons (6-8, 4-3 TVC Hocking) trailed 3-0 through two innings of play, but the guests responded with a dozen unanswered runs over the next four frames to secure a nine-run cushion headed into the seventh. The Tomcats (3-8, 3-4) managed only two hits and four baserunners after the first inning en route to the setback.
Wahama outhit the hosts by a sizable 15-6 margin, and the Tomcats also committed the only two errors in the contest. Dakota Sisk was the winning pitcher of record, allowing three runs, six hits and one walk over six frames while fanning four. J.D. Chesser lasted three innings in the setback, surrendering four runs and five hits over three innings while striking out two.
Isaac Lee led the White Falcons with four hits, followed by Zac Warth, Wyatt Zuspan, Matt Stewart and Kane Roush with two safeties apiece. Tyler Nutter, Wesley Harrison and Kevin Back also added a hit each for the victors. Warth, Zuspan, Harrison and Lee all drove in two RBIs apiece, and Lee also scored three times.
Six different players had a hit each for the Tomcats. Chesser, Storm Browning and Justin Jewell each scored a run, while Jewell, Chesser and Jacob Hooper drove in an RBI apiece. Wahama scored four runs in the third, five in the fourth, two in the fifth and one more time in the sixth.