BASEBALL: Saturday's roundup, Waynesboro takes down Boiling Springs, 10-3
WAYNESBORO >> Take away a few errors, and Waynesboro's baseball team played one of its most complete games of the season.
The Indians got a fine outing from starter Kyle Hoffman and hit very well in a 10-3 Mid Penn Colonial Division over Boiling Springs on Saturday afternoon.
"Kyle pitched a great game for us today," Waynesboro coach Greg Chandler said. "He was completely in control for six innings."
Hoffman earned his first win on the mound after throwing the first six innings. He allowed just one hit and three runs, only one of which was earned. Although he walked three, he also struck out five.
Waynesboro (7-7, 4-4 MPC) also racked up 11 hits, including doubles from Zach Stultz and Todd Riddell and a triple by Sawyer Duffey.
"Our bats finally came alive," Chandler said. "That was nice to see, because it took some pressure off our defense and our pitcher."
Duffey led the offense, finishing 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Stultz finished with three hits, while Francesco Maya and Riddell each had two.
Waynesboro 10, Boiling Springs 3
W — Kyle Hoffman (1-2); L — Travis Wickard.
2B — (BS) Jarred Rudd, (W) Zach Stultz, Todd Riddell; 3B — (W) Sawyer Duffey; SB — (BS) Hunter Breon, (W) Duffey 2, Stultz.