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Glick strikes out 13, allows five hits in Logan's 1-0 shutout of Sissonville

Jarron Glick is greeted by teammates after the final out in the seventh inning of Logan's 1-0 win over Sissonville Monday night at Roger E. Gertz Field. Glick allowed just five hits and struck out 13 Indians in the complete game performance (Photo by Boothe Davis/Captured by the Moment Photography).

Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports

LOGAN Jarron Glick tossed a five-hit shutout leading Class AA No. 4 Logan to a 1-0 win over the Sissonville Indians Monday night at Roger E. Gertz Field.

Glick scattered five hits, walked two and struck out 13 for his fourth victory of the season. The senior threw 69 of his 103 pitches for strikes and retired the last nine hitters he faced after allowing working out of a fifth inning jam.

Alex McCollam and Eli Simonton led off the fifth with a pair of singles but were left stranded at first and second base after Glick retired Jacob Coleman on a fly out to right and struck out the next two hitters in the Indians lineup, Tristen Portz and Nathaniel Simonton, to end the frame.

Ivan Miller broke the scoreless tie with his sacrifice fly in the fourth inning scoring Aiden Slack, who had tripled prior to Miller’s at bat.

Glick’s performance on the mound helped Logan avenge an earlier loss to Sissonville. The Indians defeated the Wildcats, 5-4, back on March 27 at Sissonville High School.

Logan has won five of its last six games to improve to 13-8 on the season while Sissonville fell to 6-13 with its sixth loss in its last nine games.

Jacob Coleman held Logan hitless for 3 1/3 innings before Slack’s one out triple in the fourth. Coleman allowed just two hits in six innings, walking five and striking out two, but suffered the loss.

Logan’s only other hit was a sixth inning single off the bat of Garrett Williamson.

Eli Simonton had two hits and Tanner Griffith, Luke Jordan and McCollam had one hit each for Sissonville.



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