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Thornton pitches & hits Morgantown past Logan, 3-1

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — Senior Quincy Thornton pitched a three-hitter and had three RBI in Morgantown’s 3-1 win over Logan in the second game of the McDonald’s Classic.

Thornton opened up the scoring with a two-run double in the third inning that scored Caleb Cottle and Jacob Kennell. Thornton capped the scoring with a solo homer in the sixth inning. He allowed just three hits while striking out ten batters for the No. 5 Mohigans (13-2).

Jarron Glick took the loss for No. 5 Logan (7-4). He pitched five innings, allowed just two runs and struck out seven batters. The Wildcats’ run came in the third inning when Konnor Lowe worked out a bases loaded walk to score Glick.

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