Beckley, WV (WOAY) – After rain intervened on Tuesday, the West Virginia Miners and Champion City Kings were able to play a doubleheader Wednesday at Epling Stadium.
While the hosts lost a lead in the first game as Champion City won 7-4, they were able to rebound with a six-run second inning in the second game to win 10-8 and split the twin bill.
Dylan Shockley’s RBI triple was the difference in that second inning, with Colby Johnson able to bring Shockley home as well in the frame. Six Miners in total brought in runs in the second game, while Anthony Arias recorded the win, striking out five in four innings.
The Miners and Kings are scheduled to play Thursday in Springfield, Ohio.