The Chapmanville Regional High School baseball team ran its winning streak to four games with an 11-5 win in eight innings at Scott on Tuesday evening.
The Tigers improved to 12-8 overall on the season and 6-3 in the Cardinal Conference.
Joe Woody broke open a tie game with an RBI and then Tyler Killen followed with a grand slam home run as the Tigers won over the Skyhawks.
Chapmanville swept the season series with Scott, also taking an 11-0 early season win over the Skyhawks at home.
The Tigers are scheduled to return to action on Thursday night at home against Sissonville in another conference game. Game time is set for 7 p.m. at Chapmanville’s Ted Ellis Field. Chapmanville then goes to Mingo Central on Saturday for a 5 p.m. contest against the Miners at the old Gilbert High School diamond.
Chapmanville beat Mingo Central (19-3) and Sissonville (4-3) in action earlier in the season.
Next week, the Tigers go to Sherman on Monday, travel to Man on Tuesday, host Tolsia in a home doubleheader on Wednesday, April 25, host Point Pleasant on Thursday, April 26 and go to Wayne on Friday, April 27.
No further details were available on the Scott game.
* In other action on Wednesday night, the Logan at Man girls’ softball game was rained out.
The Lady Cats had entered the game on a 15-game winning streak and sported a 19-2 record. Logan’s girls are scheduled to play at Lincoln County on Thursday and play Cabell Midland and Shady Spring on Saturday at the Cabell Midland Sluggerfest.
Then on Saturday, the Lady Cats are set to take on Nicholas County. Logan is already 2-0 this season against Nicholas with 4-0 and 13-0 wins.
The Lady Cats play at county rival Chapmanville Regional on Monday in a 5:30 p.m. contest. LHS beat the Lady Tigers 7-1 earlier in the season at home.
The Man Lady Billies are set to host Sherman on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and Wyoming East on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Man stands at 9-6 on the season.
The Lady Billies beat Charleston Catholic 14-0 in four innings on Monday on the road.
Madison Keffer was the winning pitcher as she allowed just two hits and two walks with 10 strikeouts.
Summer Sword had three hits, while Emilee Osborne, Taylor Tomblin, Madison Keffer, Mykala Gibson and Elizabeth Dickerson had two hits each. Tabitha Ferguson had one hit.
* The Logan High School baseball team’s home game with Mingo Central on Wednesday was also rained out. No makeup date has been announced.
The Wildcats are slated to play at Huntington on Thursday and host Ripley on Friday at 7 p.m.
Logan, ranked No. 7 in the state in Class AAA, beat Man 13-3 on Tuesday night and improved to 11-3 on the season.