Ellwood City Wolverines stayed in it until the end, but Blackhawk pulled away late in a 12-1 victory on Wednesday.
The game was tied at one with Blackhawk batting in the bottom of the fourth when Anthony Sebastian homered off of Tyler Good, driving in three runs.
Ellwood City Wolverines took an early lead in the first inning. Tyler Good singled on a 3-2 count in the first inning, scoring one run.
Blackhawk took the lead for good with four runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Nick Cerani hit a sacrifice fly to drive in a run. Blackhawk scored six runs in the fifth inning. Blackhawk’s big inning was driven by a double by Mark Engel, a error, and a error.
John Nixon earned the win for Blackhawk. He pitched three innings, giving up zero runs, zero hits, striking out four, and walking one. Good took the loss forEllwood City Wolverines. He threw four innings, surrendering four runs, four hits, striking out two, and walking one.
Engel started the game for Blackhawk. He pitched three innings, allowing one run, one hit, striking out two, and walking one.
Home runs for Blackhawk came when Michael Turconi homered in the sixth inning and Anthony Sebastian homered in the fourth inning. Good led Ellwood City Wolverines with one run batted in. He went 1-for-2 on the day.
Blackhawk had eight hits in the game. Turconi and Nixon each collected multiple hits for Blackhawk. Blackhawk was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Chris Piccione made the most plays with six.
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