KINGWOOD—The Grafton High School baseball team headed back out on the road on Tuesday night as they faced the Preston Knights in Kingwood. The Cats would score 22 runs in the contest and double up on the Knights 22 to 11.
Devin Vanscoy led the way at the plate for GHS with five hits against the Knights.
The remaining hits came off the bats of Chase Setler (4), Garrett Moats (3), Dillon Williams (2), TJ Summers (2), Braeden Nose (2), Garrett Williams, Bobby Thorn, Chris Miller and Noah Hodges (2).
The GHS runs were scored by D. Williams, Summers, Moats, Setler, Vanscoy, Nose, James Hoskins, Thorn and Hodges.
Moats and Miller shared the pitching duties for GHS as they combined to allow eight hits, two walks and struck out 11.
On Wednesday night the Cats returned home to face the Eagles of Braxton County. They would once again put large numbers on the board as they defeated the Eagles 13 to 11.
Summers led the Bearcats with three hits followed by Setler and Williams with two apiece.
The remaining hits were issued to D. Williams, Moats, Vanscoy, Nose, Tanner Moats and Hoskins.
The GHS runs were scored by D. Williams, Summers, G. Moats, Setler, Vanscoy, Nose, Andrew Gallo, T. Moats and Hoskins.
Nose got the start on the mound for GHS. The Grafton pitchers combined to allow 10 hits, seven walks and struck out three.
The Cats will be back in action this weekend at the McDonald’s Classic in Bridgeport.