Bell County tried to end a four-game losing streak on Friday when they hosted Williamsburg. The Yellow Jackets went on a run late in the game en route to a 14-0 victory over the Bobcats.
Bell County tallied four hits on the night. Jordan Smith finished the game 1-for-3 with a single in the first inning. Seth Huff went 1-for-2 while reaching base on a single. Jordan Wombles hit a single in the third inning, and Victor Morris reached first on a single in the fourth.
Williamsburg jumped on top 1-0 in the first. Hunter Brown crossed home plate in the second to increase the lead to 2-0.
Bell put runners on base in the bottom half of the second but came up empty handed. Huff reached first on a a single with one out on the board. JM Baker was walked following a fly out by Morris.
A strike out ended the inning with two runners stranded on base.
The Yellow Jackets began to rally in the top of the fourth. A Brown RBI double gave Williamsburg a 3-0 lead.
Clay Kysar hit a two-run double two batters later to balloon the lead to 5-0 with no outs on the board. He crossed home plate on a RBI by Trey Hendrix to widen the margin to 6-0. Hedrix and William Hudson scored runs before the inning ended to give Williamsburg an 8-0 lead.
Bell County was able to get a runner on base in the bottom half of the inning. With two outs, Morris hit a single and then stole second with Baker at the plate. A strike out ended the inning with Morris left on base.
The Yellow Jackets went on another six-run rally in the fifth to end the game early. A RBI single by Kysar increased the Williamsburg lead to 9-0. A Hendrix RBI brought the score to 10-0.
Hudson, Cameron Bowen, Justin Murry and Jake Harrison also scored in the inning to secure the 14-run victory over the Bobcats.
Following a loss to Barbourville on Saturday, Bell County (3-9) will host Harlan (3-8) at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Williamsburg (6-6) battled Whitley County (6-9) on Monday.
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