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Tue, 05/11/2021 - 10:15am —
Bears notch district win over Cougars
LEITCHFIELD - Winning on the road, visiting Butler County upended Grayson County 7-1 in a 12th District baseball game on Monday, May 10.
Thriving late, Butler County erupted for seven runs in the bottom half of the sixth inning to take control of the 12th District baseball game.
The Bears outhit Grayson County 2-1 and finished error-free performance in the field.
Hunter McKee pitched a complete game and earned the win on the mound for Butler County. McKee allowed one run on one hit while recording 16 strikeouts.
Dain Hawkins started the game on the mound for Grayson County. Hawkins allowed seven runs on two hits over six innings, striking out nine.
Carter Graham, Ross West and Clay Vincent each collected one hit for the Bears in the district win.
Eli Watson recorded Grayson County's only hit.
Defensively, Grayson County committed one error.
The Bears are scheduled to host the Cougars for another 12th District baseball game on Tuesday, May 11. First pitch for the upcoming Butler County-Grayson County baseball game is set for 5:30 p.m.
Butler County blanks McLean County, 10-0
MORGANTOWN - Returning to the win column, Butler County blanked visiting McLean County 10-0 in six innings in a high school baseball game on Friday, May 7.
The Bears doubled up McLean County 6-3 in the hits column and committed three less errors.
Eli Lewis earned the win on the mound for the Bears. Lewis pitched two innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out one and walking zero.
Both Hunter McKee and Ross West pitched in relief for the Bears.
Grant Lovell took the loss on the mound for McLean County. Lovell pitched four innings, allowing four runs on three hits while registering four strikeouts.
Jake McKee and Hunter McKee paced Butler County at the plate, delivering two hits apiece. Hunter McKee drove in two of Butler County's six runs.
McLean County committed six errors in the high school baseball matchup between 3rd Region rivals.
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