Panthers fall to Indians 10-0

Hancock varsity baseball took a hit from cross-river rival Berkeley Springs on Monday, April 3 as they fell to the Indians 10-0 in Berkeley Springs.

The Indians came out of the gate with five runs in the first inning, piled on three more in the second and added one each in the third and fourth innings.

Hancock’s batters caught hold of two hits during the shortened game on Monday, facing three Indian pitchers.

Hancock’s pitcher, sophomore Logan Trumpower, and sophomore Shawn Thomas connected with Indian pitches during the afternoon game.

Hancock’s Blair Ray preps to throw in a fielded ball during Monday’s away game against Berkeley Springs.
Panther Wyatt Luther brings in an Indian hit on Monday, April 3. photos by Lori Younker
Hancock pitcher Logan Trumpower delivers a pitch to the Berkeley Springs Indians on their home field on Monday, April 3.

The Panther baseball team has a 2-3 overall record at this point. They were set to play on Tuesday at Calvary Christian Academy and then again on Thursday at home against Forbes Road, with the game starting at 4:45 p.m.