Bell County extends win streak to four games

Published 2:56 pm Friday, April 5, 2019

After starting the season 0-4, the Bell County Bobcats have rattled off four-straight wins to improve to 4-4 on the year. After defeating Barbourville on Tuesday and Campbell County, Tenn. on Wednesday, the Bobcats defeated the Oneida Baptist Institute Mountaineers on Thursday, 13-3 in five innings.

Bell County was in complete control of the game from start to finish. JM Baker took to the mound for the Bobcats and pitched three innings and allowed zero hits with one run, zero earned runs, two walks and five strikeouts. He was credited with the win.

Alex Mayes was credited with the save. Mayes pitched two innings, allowing two runs, zero earned runs, two walks and five strikeouts.

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During the four-game win streak, the Bobcats have been scoring an average of 8.75 runs per game, while allowing 3.25 runs per game. Thursday’s game was no exception. The Bobcats amassed 13 runs on six hits on 21 at-bats.

The Bobcats were led by Hunter Clark with three RBI and one run on one hit. He was followed by Mayes with two RBI and one run on two hits. Isaac Collett added two RBI and one run on one hit.

Ethan Brock added one RBI and two runs on one hit. Baker added one RBI on one hit. London Stephney scored two runs and stole a base. Jacob Smith added one RBI. Hayden Clark rounded home three times for the Bobcats and had a stolen base. Antonio Zachary added one run and one stolen base.