West Fork gets over early deficit

West Fork's Clay Emhoff catches an infield pop fly in the Warhawks game against Clarksville on Thursday, June 8. The game was suspended twice before it was called in the top of the fourth with no score because of weather. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

ALLISON – West Fork’s baseball team overcame a two-run first inning hole by scoring five runs in the second and then kept adding on in an eventual 9-5 road win against North Butler on Wednesday, June 7.

The Warhawks also managed to get by a rocky start for pitcher Mitchell Halloran, who gave up four runs, two of which were earned on six hits against the Bearcats.

Caleb Cameron came on to get the win, allowing just four hits and an unearned run the rest of the way against coach Travis Miller’s team...

The full story appears in the June 15 print editions of the Sheffield Press and Pioneer Enterprise.