Parkersburg - Even through hard contact, Seth Dennis was dealing when it mattered most. The Warren pitcher tossed a two-hit complete game gem, as the Warriors took care of Parkersburg in a 7-0 Thursday evening win at Bennett Stump Field.
After Dennis and PHS hurler Drew Woofter got past the first inning with relative ease, the next frame saw the visiting Warriors put in work at the plate. Derek McAfee got aboard with a leadoff double, and he was moved up 90 feet to third when Caleb Davis grounded out during the next at-bat. From there, Scott Reynolds delivered an RBI single to draw first blood. A walk and hit batter later, Evan Gandee strolled up to the plate and ripped a base-clearing three-run triple to break the contest open at 4-0. Then, Dennis grounded out and helped his own effort in the process. That gave Gandee time to slide into home, beating catcher Izek Baldwin to make it 5-0.