12-1 win helps ’Cane forge first-place SCOL tie

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Jordan Ianson handcuffed Miami Trace on two hits Wednesday as the Wilmington High School baseball team moved into a first-place tie with a 12-1 win over Miami Trace in South Central Ohio League action.

The Hurricane is 9-7 overall but now 8-1 in the league.

Clinton-Massie was defeated by Hillsboro Wednesday, the first loss of the season for the Falcons. They are 8-1 in the league.

A first-place SCOL showdown between Clinton-Massie and Wilmington is scheduled for 5 p.m. Friday afternoon at Paul Schwamberger Field.

Ianson (3-1) struck out six in the five inning game. He walked one. The one run he allowed was earned.

Wilmington had 12 hits at the plate, with Brady McCune and Stephen Krause both collecting three hits on the day.

McCune and Chad Davis both had three runs batted in for the Hurricane. Davis’ RBI all came on a bases-clearing triple. Krause knocked in one run as did Chris Wolary.


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