Freshman Jordan Martin started his first varsity game this year on Tuesday and got plenty of support from his teammates to support his solid effort. The young hurler faced the minimum number of batters in his three innings pitched, striking out five and walking no one. Meanwhile, the Thorobred offense was smashing out 15 hits and scoring 20 runs to give him all of the support one could hope for in a baseball game.
Josh Moss led Harrison County in hits with three in three at bats while both Shane Fowler and Jared Martin smashed home runs.
The Breds scored once in the first and two times in the second before exploding in the third sending 18 batters to the plate and totaling 13 runs. Besides the back-to-back home runs, Moss had a triple and Hunter Hill a double for added power in the inning.
Bracken County also committed 10 errors in the contest to add fuel to the hot hitting Breds’ fire.