College Baseball Final: Huntingdon 8, Guilford 0:Quakers fall, but get a lift at the plate from Ellis Stokes(Dudley HS) and Logan King(Northern Guilford HS)

Posted by Press Release on February 9, 2019 at 10:02 pm under College | Read the First Comment

Courtesy of Bob Lowe, Guilford College assistant SID:

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Heath Haskins went 4-for-4 with a double and one
run batted in as Huntingdon College defeated Guilford College, 8-0, on
Saturday evening in the Huntingdon Firehouse Classic Tournament.

Three Hawk pitchers scattered eight Quaker hits and combined for the
shutout. HC starter Brooke Freeman (1-0) allowed six hits and struck
out one batter in his six innings of work. John Kelsoe tossed two
innings and Tucker Case hurled the ninth frame for Huntingdon, which
improved to 2-0.

Mitchell Stumpo (0-1) started on the mound for Guilford. The senior
logged 4 1/3 innings and gave up four runs (three earned) and five
hits. He was chased in the fifth inning when the Hawks tallied seven
of their eight runs. Junior Ty Walser then pitched 2 2/3 innings and
gave up four runs. Massed Smith worked the final inning. The freshman
allowed no hits and struck out two of the HC batters he faced.

Guilford was outhit 14-9 in the contest. Freshman Bryce Vestal went
2-for-3 with a double. Sophomore Ellis Stokes collected two hits for
the second straight game and sophomore catcher Logan King was 2-for-4
at the plate.

For Huntingdon, Bradley Harris went 3-of-5. Danny Coleman and Colton
Clark both had two base hits for the Hawks.

The Quakers (0-2) conclude action at the Huntingdon Firehouse Classic
Tournament on Sunday (2/10). Guilford and Berea play at 1 p.m. EST.


  • Wyatt Smith said,

    I saw Joe King, Logan’s dad on Wednesday and he said that Logan is the starting catcher for the Quakers. Congratulations to Logan and good luck to the Quakers this season!