Robert C. Byrd rallied from a 2-0 deficit and rode the pitching of Aaron Byrd to hold on for a 3-2 win over Philip Barbour.
Byrd scattered two hits over six innings while striking out eight. Justin Wright pitched a perfect seventh inning, striking out two, to get the save
"Byrd did a nice job for us, but I'm not happy with the way we are playing. Right now we are not in sync and were not going to cause anyone any problems." RCB coach Felix Veltri said.
Trailing 2-1 in the bottom of the fourth, Robert C Byrd's Joe Moore drilled a two-out solo home run to left field to tie the game.
The Eagles took the lead in the fifth after Anthony Veltri walked and stole second and third base. Andy Wilhelm's bunt single scored Veltri to give the Eagles the lead for good.
n SOUTH HARRISON 16, Lincoln 1: South Harrison scored at least two runs in each inning in the blowout win.
Jerred Novotny was 3-for-3 and drove in seven runs for the Hawks. Tommy Cohen and Drew Toth each added a pair of hits.
"Jerred's three-run home run in the third really picked us up," South Harrison coach Frank Lopez said. "He's in a nice groove. (But) you wouldn't know if he went 0-for-4 or 4-for-4, and that's what it takes to be a good baseball player."
Ben Hall, returning from a two-week layoff on the mound, allowed one hit over four innings.
Late Wednesday night, East Fairmont edged South Harrison, 9-8. Novotny and Hall each homered.
n DODDRIDGE COUNTY 4, Braxton County 2: Doddridge County scored all of its runs in the top of the seventh inning to down Braxton County.
Fred Davis led Doddridge, pounding out two hits and knocking in two runs.
Luke Philips' single in the seventh inning plated Tim Bailey to give Doddridge the victory.
Philips picked up the win, going the distance, and added two hits.
n SOUTH HARRISON 3, Lewis County 2: South Harrison scored all of its runs in the first inning and managed to hold of a late scoring threat from Lewis County to claim the victory.
Sarah Byrd and Bobbi Jo Devericks each had two hits and an RBI for the Hawks. Alanna Cohen earned the win.
n LINCOLN 13, Philip Barbour 12: Lincoln recorded its first victory of the season under unusual circumstances.
Megan Moore scored the winning run after her grounder to first was misplayed. She headed for second and when the throw to second got through the infield, Moore scored.
Lincoln's first win came despite having just nine players on the roster. Six teammates, including three starters, were in Williamsburg, Va., on a band trip.
"It's really great to get this first win," Lincoln coach Mark Wentz said. "It lets the players know the team is as good as they think they are."
n BRIDGEPORT 10, Liberty 3: Six Bridgeport players had multi-hit games against Liberty.
Adrienne Belcastro went 3-for-4, including two doubles, a triple and two RBIs.
Erica Rome and Kestrell Lowe each added three hits. Megan Miller, Andrea Rome and Missy Constante each had two hits.
April Potts picked up the win.
n BRIDGEPORT 11, Philip Barbour 2: Bridgeport scored nine runs over the first three innings to cruise to a victory over Philip Barbour.
Libby Reep got the win. Erica Rome and Lindsey Gum paced Bridgeport with two hits each. Gum drove in three runs.