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Logan wraps up Mingo Bay Classic with win over Waccamaw, loss to Class AAA No. 1 Jefferson

PHOTO | Boothe Davis: Captured by the Moment Photography

Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. Class AA No. 2 Logan concluded the Mingo Bay Classic with a 1-4 record.

The Wildcats picked up their first win in the classic with a 6-2 victory over Waccamaw, South Carolina on Thursday and concluded play with a 4-0 loss to Class AAA No. 1 Jefferson Friday afternoon.

Logan 6, Waccamaw 2

Jake Ramey had two hits and drove in two runs with a double as part of a five-run second inning to lead Logan to a win over the winless Warriors at Waccamaw High School.

Garrett Williamson pitched five solid innings to earn the win on the mound. Williamson allowed two runs on three hits while striking out two and walking two. Dawson Maynard pitched two innings of scoreless relief allowing three hits and striking out three batters.

Aiden Slack had one hit and one RBI while Williamson added a double and Konner Lowe a single for the Wildcats who also got an RBI from Korbin Bostic.

Nolan Pico allowed five runs on three hits striking out two and walking one in two innings and took the loss for Waccamaw. Evan Callahan allowed one run on two hits with three strikeouts and three walks in four innings of relief. Sawyer Brinson struck out one hitter in one inning.

Ben Cohen had two hits to lead the Warriors at the plate. Luke Alford, Si Bodie, Tim Clark and Will Keelin had one hit each while Gus Darden had an RBI.

Jefferson 4, Logan 0

Riley Morgan struck out 11 and walked four, pitching a three-hit shutout to lead Class AAA No. 1 Jefferson to a win over Class AA No. 2 Logan at Conway High School.

Connor Bailey had two hits with an RBI while Kellen Kinsler had two hits for the top-ranked Cougars. Noah Carter, Ryan Heffner, Sammy Roberts, Daquon Shipe and Sam Wabnitz each had singles for Jefferson, who had nine hits in the win.

Jared Burnette had a double and Aiden Slack and Jake Ramey added a single apiece for the Wildcats.

Konner Lowe struck out two and walked one, allowing four runs on eight hits in five innings, but suffered the loss for Logan. Joey Canterbury allowed one hit and struck out one in one inning of relief.

Jefferson improves to 20-3 on the season while Logan, who has lost five of seven games, fell to 12-5 with the loss.

The Wildcats will host Class AA No. 1 Independence Monday evening at Roger E. Gertz Field.



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