East Union 10, Corning 0
CORNING — Dustin Hoyt pitched the shutout and the East Union offense erupted with five runs in the fifth inning in beating Corning Thursday, 10-0.
“Their pitcher did a nice job of keeping us off balance,” said Corning coach Pete Nett. “We hit more flyball and popouts than any game this year. We had a runner thrown out at the plate that would have tied the game early, and that kid of took a little bit of our momentum away.”
Corning’s only hits against Hoyt were by Lane Peterson, Bryan Pearson and Ryan Carlson. Drey Barton took the loss with four innings pitch, four hits, eight strikeouts and two walks. Lance Swartz and Clint Mullen pitched the final three innings.
East Union statistics were not available.
MORAVIA — Murray had 12 hits and 10 stolen bases in racing to a 15-1 victory over Moravia Thursday night.
Cody Scroggie was 2-for-4 with three RBI and four runs scored for Murray, 5-3. Corey McCracken also had two hits with two RBI. Raymond Barlage had two hits with three runs, Pat Kilmer drove in two runs on two hits and Braydon Held knocked in a run with two hits.
Held also picked up the pitching win on 3 1/3 no-hit innings, collecting four strikeouts.