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‘Cats On The Prowl

By Staff | Apr 16, 2014

Paden City 11, Beallsville 0

Kyle Postlewait scattered four hits and struck out five batters, in pitching Paden City to a 11-0 shutout victory over the home-standing Beallsville Blue Devils April 9.

Luke Cooper brought home four runs on two singles and a double, while Levi Meadows plated three base runners on a pair of hits. Craig Allen also had a pair of hits, while driving in two runs. In addition, Kennedy Cain drilled a pair of singles.

Parkersburg Catholic 10,

Paden City 5

Paden City out hit Parkersburg Catholic 7 to 3, but the Crusaders would take advantage of 15 walks, three hit batsmen and four Paden City errors to beat the Wildcats 10-5 in Paden City April 5 in a make-up game at Paden City Park.

The Wildcats’ Luke Cooper singled and drilled his second homerun of the season, while knocking in three runs to pace Paden City. Michael Wilcox added an RBI single.

Paden City will travel to face Beallsville tonight, and then host Hundred in a double-header Thursday, with both games getting underway at 5:30 p.m.

Paden City 10, Frontier 4

Frontier 3, Paden City 0

Andrew Dennis’s three hits and Zach Heasley’s three RBI double helped Paden City win game two of a double header with Frontier by the score of 10-4 April 12 in New Matamoras.

Teammates Craig Allen and Hayden Hizer each tacked on a pair of hits, while Luke Cooper struck out eight and walked six in getting the win from the mound.

It was all Frontier in game one as the Cougars won, 3-0.

Paden City 15, Hundred 1

Paden City 19, Hundred 0

The Paden City Wildcats won a 15-1 and a 19-0 double-header against Hundred April 10 at Paden City Park.

In the opener, Craig Allen got the win from the mound, while Zach Heasley and Hayden Hizer mopped up. The trio combined on a no-hitter, while striking out nine batters and walking five.

From the plate, Luke Cooper doubled and singled twice, while plating three runs. Heasley smacked an RBI triple and Levi Meadows and Michael Wilcox each brought home two runs with singles.

In the nitecap, the Wildcats’ Cooper and Andrew Dennis scattered three hits, with Cooper getting the win from the mound, sitting down six walking one.

Meanwhile, Cooper helped himself out at the plate with a grand slam home run, while knocking in five runs. Heasley singled and tripled twice, while bringing home three runs. Meadows singled in two runs, while Dennis, Deven Price and Kennedy Cain each singled in a run,

For the Hornets, Steve Morris doubled.