EBER — Noah Greathouse drove in four runs and pitched five scoreless innings as Clinton-Massie defeated Miami Trace 10-0 in five innings Friday to earn at least a share of the South Central Ohio League baseball title for a second straight year.
“Noah was just on fire,” CM coach Brian Camp said. “Trace threatened in the first inning but Noah worked out of that. From there, he just dominated the Trace batters.”
Greathouse struck out seven in registering his second win since returning to the mound for the Falcons.
“Trace is always a tough place for us to play,” Camp admitted. “We played a really nice all-around game.”
The Falcons shared the league title a year ago but can clinch the outright crown with a win Monday against East Clinton at Paul Schwamberger Field.
Clinton-Massie is 16-6 overall and 11-2 in the SCOL.
Greathouse slugged a three-run homer and drove in four runs. Max Murray and Jacob Wolf drove in two runs each for CMHS.
April 28, 2017
Clinton-Massie 10 Miami Trace 0
(10) CLINTON-MASSIE (ab-r-h-rbi) Richardson 1-2-0-0 Murray 4-1-1-2 Greathouse 4-2-2-4 Poynter 4-1-2-0 Wolf 3-2-2-2 Trampler 2-0-1-1 France 0-1-0-0 Eickenhorst 2-0-0-1 Collett 2-1-1-0.
2B: Greathouse, Wolf
Greathouse (W) 5-3-0-0-0-7
HBP: By Greathouse (2)