Chapmanville stands at 10-1 overall and 10-1 in the Black Diamond Conference.
In the the first game, Jordan Whitt pitched the win for the Tigers as he hurled five innings and allowed just one hit with five issued walks and nine strikeouts.
Jacob Dingess and Whitt had two hits each for CMS in the first game.
Tristen Thompson and Trey Dalton had one double apiece. Tyler Shannon, Josh Bazilla, Ethan Thompson, Joe Zigmond, Austin Baker and Tyler Neil all had singles.
In the second game, Chase Roberts was the starting pitcher. He pitched three innings and gave up three hits and seven walks with three strikeouts. Tristen Thompson fired the last two innings and yielded two walks while fanning two.
Dalton and Jordan Cook had three hits each to lead the Chapmanville offense. Tristen Thompson had a pair of doubles and a single, while Josh Bazilla and Ethan Thompson had two singles apiece.
Austin Ellis, Matthew Dingess, Roberts and Alex Berry all had one hit.
“In Game One, we hit the ball really well and Jordan threw a really good game,” CMS coach Kevin Runyon said. “He threw a lot of strikes and only really got in one jam. We are really starting to hit the ball hard. I believe this is the fifth and sixth straight game that we have had over 10 hits. All the boys are swinging the bats well. There are a couple kids that are really pushing for playing time. The boys are staying focused and looking towards the conference tournament the week after Spring Break.”
In the second game, Coach Runyon said Chapmanville was able to hold on in the high-scoring affair.
“In Game Two, we got ourselves in trouble,” he said. “Chase didn’t do a bad job on the mound. They had a few timely hits and scored some runs. Our kids didn’t panic. If Duval scored four runs in an inning, we came back and scored eight. We swung the bats well and hit the ball hard. Tristen came in and finished the game off on the mound and did a good job.”
CMS was scheduled to play Madison on Monday. The Tigers are then off for Spring Break.