The Logan County Babe Ruth All-Star teams completed their postseason play last week.
The 15-year-old All-Stars lost three tough games to Warren County and Franklin-Simpson.
In Game 1, the Logan County group fell 18-15 in a high-scoring matchup.
Ben Wright had a triple and four RBI for Logan County and Jacob Proctor had a single, a double and three RBI. Dillon Brown hit a pair of singles. Dalton Clark, Hunter Crafton and Hunter Anderson all had one single each.
Desmon Quarles, Crafton and Brown each had two RBI and Clark had one.
Trent Deberry scored three times. Crafton, Quarles, Clark, Wright and Brown each scored two runs apiece. Proctor and Anderson each crossed the plate once.
Starting pitcher Jacob Procter went three innings facing 20 batters while giving up 10 runs on two hits, four strike outs and walks walks. Relief pitcher Ben Wright went five innings facing 28 batters giving up eight runs on 10 hits and two strike outs.
In game 2, the 15-year-olds lost 7-2 to Franklin-Simpson.
Quarles had a pair of singles and Brown had a double. Crafton and Anderson each had one single.
Quarles and Crafton had Logan County’s two RBI and Proctor and Brown scored the runs.
Starting pitcher Jordan Hendrix went three innings, facing 15 batters giving up two runs on three hits, one walk and one strikeout. Ben Wright went two innings facing 11 batters giving up two runs on two hits, one walk and one strikeout. Jacob Procter went one inning facing eight batters giving up three runs on one hit, one walk and one strikeout.
In the final game, Logan County lost 11-5 to Warren County.
Dalton Clark led the team with a double and three RBI. Jacob Proctor had two singles and Ben Wright also doubled. Brandon Jackson and Hunter Crafton each had a single.
Trent Deberry and Crafton each scored twice and Proctor scored the other run.
Starting pitcher Jordan Hendrix went three innings facing 11 batters giving up two runs on two hits, one walk and one strikeout. Hunter Crafton pitched three innings facing 19 batters giving up nine runs on four hits, four strikeouts and one walk.
The Logan County 14-year-old All-Stars also went 0-3 in tournament play.
In Game 1, Logan County lost 17-16 to Franklin-Simpson
Kenton Howard led the team at the plate, with two hits and four RBI. He also scored a run. Garrett Strickler scored four times while hitting a single and a double and driving in two. Connor McColpin had a single a double, a run and two RBI.
Jacob Decker and Dalton Nash each had one single.
Jack Wright had three RBI and scored a run. Jacob Decker, DJ Price and Jerrod England had one RBI apiece.
Nash also scored three times. Price and Ashton Ross scored twice and Mason Parker scored once.
Starting pitcher Kenton Howard went three innings facing 29 batters giving up 13 runs on six hits, 11 walks and no strikeouts. Ashton Ross pitched four innings facing 24 batters giving up four runs on four hits, two strikeouts and four walks.
In the second game, Logan County lost 15-2 to Warren County.
Mason Parker, Dalton Nash and Evan Humphries each had one single for Logan County’s three hits.
Jacob Decker and Nash each had an RBI. Jack Wright and Matt Guinn scored the two runs.
Kenton Howard pitched two innings facing 17 batters giving up 10 runs on four hits, five walks and four strikeouts. Matt Guinn pitched three innings facing 14 batters giving up six run on two hits, three walks and three strikeouts. Ashton Ross pitched one inning facing five batters giving up no runs on one hit and two strike out and no walks.
Logan County fell 14-1 to Franklin-Simpson in its last game of the tournament.
Jack Wright had a pair of singles and Ashton Ross had one hit.
Wright also picked up an RBI when Ross scored the lone run for Logan County.
Ashton Ross pitched four innings facing 28 batters giving up 12 runs on seven hits, three walks and one strikeout. Matt Guinn pitched one inning facing four batters giving up two runs on no hits, three walks and no strike outs.