|By The Portsmouth Daily Times, Ohio|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
"We hit the ball well as a team," said Shockers head coach
The Shockers big inning began with a walk to catch
Knisley would strike out six batters in his five innings of work. Jordan would come in and pitch the final two innings of the game, allowing just two hits and striking out two.
"Pierce grinded out 5 innings for us," Teeters said. "He didn't have his best stuff but he found a way. Zack came in and sealed it off, he threw well."
With the win, the Shockers improved to 15-7 on the season.
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