Greenville Official Sponsor

Boys Junior Varsity Baseball, Boys Junior Varsity Baseball A · Boys Junior Varsity Baseball beats Fairborn 17 – 11


away
11 Fairborn High School
home
W 17 Greenville Senior High School
Away   Home
Away Home
Fairborn High School vs Greenville Senior High School
11 17
1 -   3
2 1   -
3 6   1
4 3   5
5 -   4
6 -   4
7 1   -
R 11   17
H 18   20
E 3   1

Greenville Greenwave JV Clinches Lead in Fifth Inning for Victory Over Fairborn

Greenville Greenwave JV took the lead late in the game in a 17-11 victory over Fairborn on Friday. The game was tied at ten with Greenville Greenwave JV batting in the bottom of the fifth when Ethan “the Goat” Flanery singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.
Fairborn scored six runs in the third inning, but Greenville Greenwave JV still managed to pull out the victory. The big inning for Fairborn came thanks to singles by Manning, Shutteworth, Wright, and Tillotson.
Greenville Greenwave JV fired up the offense in the first inning, when Alex Subler singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.
Greenville Greenwave JV notched five runs in the fourth inning. Greenville Greenwave JV offense in the inning was led by Brayden Skinner, Andrew Speer, Keagan Honeyman, and Connor Mills, who each had RBIs in the inning.
Kameron West toed the rubber for Greenville Greenwave JV. He went two and two-thirds innings, allowing seven runs on nine hits and striking out three.
Cotterman toed the rubber for Fairborn. He lasted one inning, allowing three hits and three runs while striking out one and walking one. Anderson and Stewart entered the game as relief, throwing four innings and one inning respectively.
Greenville Greenwave JV tallied 20 hits. Speer, Mills, Skinner, Honeyman, Cameron Fletcher, Kole Francis, and Subler each racked up multiple hits for Greenville Greenwave JV. Honeyman, Skinner, Mills, and Speer each collected three hits to lead Greenville Greenwave JV. Greenville Greenwave JV stole seven bases during the game as three players stole more than one. Subler led the way with three.
Fairborn collected 18 hits. Manning, Tillotson, Bowman, Cotterman, Shutteworth, and Wright all collected multiple hits for Fairborn. Bowman led Fairborn with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with eight stolen bases.