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Chapmanville improves to 8-2 after a pair of wins over Nitro and Lincoln County

Chapmanville's Luke Knight (3) steals second base during the Big 10/Cardinal Conference contest against Robert C. Byrd on March 25 (File Photo by Boothe Davis/Captured by the Moment Photography).

Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports

CHAPMANVILLE Class AA No. 3 Chapmanville improved its record to 8-2 with a pair of wins over Nitro and Lincoln County.

The Tigers defeated Nitro 6-2 on Monday at Nitro High School and defeated the Lincoln County Panthers 11-0 in five innings Tuesday night at Ted Ellis Field.

Chapmanville 6, Nitro 2 - Braylon Moore struck out 12 in a seven inning complete game performance as Chapmanville (7-2) remained unbeaten in the Cardinal Conference defeating Nitro 6-2.

Trey Butcher had three hits and drove in two runs and Talan Thompson collected two hits and crossed the plate twice. Brody Dalton had a run-scoring single.

Moore allowed two unearned runs on six hits and walked one in seven innings.

Nitro's Luke Gordon allowed six runs - four earned - and eight hits in 5 2/3 innings. He walked two and struck out six.

Barrett Vancamp had two hits for Nitro (2-8), Noah Reed had one hit and one RBI and Luke Buckney, Gordon and Devon Hatfield each had one hit.

Eli Surgoine doubled and Joey Canterbury and Luke Knight each had singles for Chapmanville.

Chapmanville 11, Lincoln County 0 (Five innings) - AJ Motto pitched four strong innings, Brody Dalton, Luke Knights and Talan Thompson each had two RBIs as Chapmanville run-ruled Lincoln County.

Motto gave up two hits and walked three while striking out three. Joey Canterbury pitched a scoreless fifth allowing one hit, walking one and striking out three.

Trey Butcher had his second straight three hit game, including a double, two runs scored, and one RBI as Chapmanville (8-2) won its third consecutive game.

Thompson had two hits and scored twice and Dalton and Knight each had a double. Canterbury and Eli Surgoine each had one hit and one RBI, Jacob Topping had one hit and Braylon Moore an RBI for the Tigers.

Lincoln County (0-11) starting pitcher Brayden Starcher gave up six hits and eight runs - six earned - in 2 1/3 innings. Starcher, who walked three and struck out one, doubled for the Panthers, who also got singles from Isaac Byrd and Graysen Ellis.



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