Scott County’s baseball team scored four runs in the first inning and went on to defeat Western Hills 6-5 Saturday in Georgetown.
The Cardinals added two runs in the fifth inning.
WHHS (2-3) scored three runs in the first inning and single runs in the third and fourth innings.
Kyle Stevens led the Wolverines with two hits, a double and a single. Seth Roush hit a double, and Zack Barker, Jesse Howard and Brendan Cummins each had a base hit.
Kyle Fisher pitched the first five innings for Western Hills, and Parker Jackson pitched the last inning.
Cam Hill singled three times for the Cardinals (1-1), and Josh Stratton, Matt Gregory and Chase Martin pitched.
On Friday Anderson County scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to break an 8-8 tie and beat Western Hills 11-8 at WHHS.
The Wolverines had seven hits, led by Zack Barker with a double and single. Kyle Stevens doubled, and Seth Roush, Luke Wheatley, Landon Arflack and Thomas Bennett each hit a single.
Barker was the starting pitcher and went four innings, and Roush finished the game in relief.
Lucas Durr hit a home run and two singles for the Bearcats, who had 11 hits. Brandon Eliadis and Conor Cotton both singled twice.
Keaton Walker, Brett Thompson, Josh Brown and Eliadis pitched for Anderson.
Western Hills’ next game is at home Wednesday against Henry Clay.