BUFFALO, W.Va. — Back in the win coulmn.
The Wahama baseball team snapped its four game losing skid with a 4-0 victory over non-conference rival Buffalo Thursday night in Putnam County.
The White Falcons (14-14) took the early lead with a pair of runs coming in on the Zac Warth single in the second inning. Wahama added two more runs in the fourth inning and held on for the 4-0 victory over the Bison.
Tyler Roush earned the victory for the White Falcons after pitching seven scoreless innings in which he gave up just two hits. Roush did not walk a batter while striking out five.
Nathan Rhodes was credited with the loss for the Bison after he gave up four runs, three earned, on seven hits and six walks in seven innings. Rhodes struck out eight White Falcons.
The WHS offense was led by Tyler Roush with two hits on the night and an RBI. Wyatt Zuspan, Kane Roush, Matt Stewart, Zac Warth, and Wesley Harrison each had one hit in the game while Warth had two RBI. Stewart and Warth each stole two bases to lead the White Falcons and Warth also led WHS with two base on balls.
The Bison managed just two hits on the night.
Wahama not only snapped a four game losing streak with the win but the White Falcons got revenge for the 4-2 loss to the Bison that occurred on March 27th in Mason.
Wahama hosts Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division foe Trimble Monday night in Mason at 5 p.m. Trimble is currently in third place in the TVC Hocking and will look to avenge its 12-3 loss to the White Falcons that occurred on April 11th.