Isaac Crabb needed just 83 pitches over six innings to toss his first career no-hitter Wednesday as the Bulldogs blanked Marion 13-0.
Crabb struck out six on the afternoon and walked just one.
At the plate, the junior right hander got plenty of help.
Harrisburg (25-8) pounded out 16 hits on the day as Will Gibbs went 4-for-5 in the leadoff role, scoring one run.
Colby Morse was 3-for-4 with a co-team-high three RBI and two runs scored, while Noah Boon and Connor Phalin each collected a pair of hits. Boon was 2-for-4 with a run scored and RBI, while Phalin went 2-for-2 with three RBI and a run scored.
Will Holland, Andrew Bittle, Javie Beal and Krayton Morse all had one hit, while Holland scored two runs and had an RBI. Bittle drove in two runs and scored one run, while Beal scored three runs and finished with one RBI and Morse scored one run.
Century 6, Carrier Mills-Stonefort 3
A two-out errors led to a four unearned runs for Century in a 6-3 loss for Carrier Mills-Stonefort Wednesday.
Caden Van Meter went one inning, allowing four runs on four hits and issuing one walk. Tyler Winchester went three innings and struck out three, while giving up two runs on five hits and Colton Bets pitched two innings, giving up a hit, while striking out four.
At the plate, Ethan Fitzgerald had an RBI single in the first and an RBI groundout by Jeremy Choat in the sixth led to another run. The Wildcats' only other run scored on a wild pitch.
Lewis went 2-for-3, while Fitzgerald was 1-for-2 with an RBI. Van Meter finished 1-for-2 as well.
Harrisburg 11, Hamilton County 2
Harrisburg won its 13th straight game, beating Hamilton County 11-2 Tuesday
Connor Phalin picked up the win as he went four innings and allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits, while striking out six. Andrew Bittle came on in relief and pitched three innings, striking out four and giving up just one hit.
At the plate Isaac Crabb was 4-for-4 with a team-high four RBI and a run scored, while Will Holland was 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI.
Jack Martin, Javie Beal and Bittle all had two hits, while Martin drove in one run. Beal and Bittle both scored a run.
Jake Hefner, Krayton Morse and Ben Brombaugh all had one hit, while Hefner and Brombaugh both scored a run.
Goreville 13, Eldorado 4
Goreville used a five-run third inning and a four-run fourth to beat Eldorado 13-4 Tuesday.
Eldorado took a 1-0 lead after one inning, but Goreville would go on to score six unanswered runs.
EHS added a run in the bottom of the third inning and tacked on two more runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.
Bryant Byrd took the loss in the start for the Eagles as he went four innings and allowed 10 runs (six earned) on eight hits, while striking out two and walking five.
Dalton White and Braden Unthank both pitched in relief. White gave up three runs on four hits, while striking out seven and walking four.
Eldorado had seven hits on the day as Byrd paced the Eagle offense, going 3-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored. White was 2-for-3 with an RBI. Nolan Milligan and Unthank both had one hit as Milligan drove in one run and scored a run. Joe Mayberry scored two runs for Eldorado in the leadoff position.
>b>West Frankfort 12, Gallatin County 6
Gallatin County used three pitchers in a 12-6 loss to West Frankfort in non-conference action Tuesday.
Blake Seely got the start and went six innings, allowing seven runs (four earned) on 11 hits, while striking out two and walking three. Robbie Prince and Dustin Drone both pitched in relief of Seely, while Prince went 1/3 of an inning and allowed three runs on two hits, and Drone pitched 2/3 of an inning, allowing two runs on two hits.
Gallatin County could only muster five hits on the afternoon as Blake Seely went 2-for-3. Grant Bosaw, Garrett Rushing and Audie Goebel each had one hit as Bosaw had an RBI and a run scored, Rushing drove in one run and scored a run, while Goebel scored a run.
Robbie Prince finished with an RBI and a run scored, while Wyatt Downen had an RBI. Will Henson drove in a run and scored a run.
Harrisburg 10, Anna-Jonesboro 5
A five-run seventh inning propelled Harrisburg to a 10-5 victory over Anna-Jonesboro Monday.
The game was tied at five when with one out, Connor Phalin singled on a ground ball to left field and Andrew Bittle followed with a walk. Colby Morse then singled on a bunt down the third base line to score Phalin and Will Gibbs singled on a hard ground ball to left field to score Bittle. Will Holland then walked to load the bases and Isaac Crabb singled on a fly ball to left field to score Morse. After Jack Martin grounded into a fielder's choice, Noah Boon and Javie Beal both walked, scoring Holland and Crabb.
Gibbs, Crabb and Phalin all had three hits on the day, as Gibbs and Crabb drove in two runs, while each scoring one run. Phalin scored two runs and finished with an RBI.
Colby Morse was 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored, while Holland, Boon and Beal were all 1-for-4.
Boon got the win on the mound, pitching in relief of Martin. Boon went 2.1 innings and allowed one run (unearned) on two hits, while striking out one.Martin went 4.2 innings and allowed four earned runs on three hits, while striking out five and walking three.