The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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July 6, 2013

Paints end Miners' streak at 10

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — The West Virginia Miners committed four errors, two leading to a pair of unearned runs, and lost 2-0 to the Chillicothe Paints Saturday night. The loss ended the Miners’ winning streak at 10.

Stuart Eisler singled and took second base on an error, then Justin Wagler was hit by a pitch to start the bottom of the first. West Virginia starter Evin Einhardt struck out Daniel Zuchowski and Giancarlo Brugnoni, but walked Nick Lombardi to load the bases.

James Miglin then reached on an error and Eisler scored to put the Paints up 1-0. Wagler then scored on a single by Jossue Delgado.

Meanwhile, Chillicothe starter Steve Laudicina shut the West Virginia offense down. He struck out four and didn’t walk a batter while allowing just four hits in the complete-game win.

Einhardt (1-1) did not give up an earned run over 5 2-3 innings. He had six strikeouts and allowed three hits, but also had six walks.

The Miners (22-13) lead Chillicothe (21-14) by one game in the Prospect League East Division.

The teams will play again at 7:05 p.m. today. Ali Asif will make his first start for the Miners against Chillicothe’s Nick Jensen-Clagg.

West Virginia will return home Monday against Richmond. It will be Breast Cancer Awareness Night, with anyone wearing pink or a pink ribbon getting a $2 discount on one ticket.

WVM:    000    000    000    —    0 4 4

CP:    200    000    00x    —    2 4 2

WVM: Evin Einhardt, Vince Bartolone (6), Jordan Pemble (8) and Robert Tavone Jr., CP: Steve Laudicina and James Miglin. WP — Laudicina. LP — Einhardt. Hitting — WVM: Kaeo Aliviado 1-4, Griffin Moore 1-4, Nick Paxton 1-3, Tavone Jr. 1-3, CP: Stuart Eisler 1-4 (run), Justin Wagler (run), Miglin 1-4, Jossue Delgado 1-3, Dominic Brugnoni 1-3.

Records: WVM: 22-13; CP: 21-14.

Prospect League standings

EAST DIVISION    W    L    PCT.    GB

West Virginia Miners    22    13    .629    —

Chillicothe Paints    21    14    .600    1

Butler Blue Sox    18    17    .514    4

Lorain County Ironmen    15    20    .429    7

Slippery Rock Sliders    15    19    .441    7

Richmond RiverRats    13    22    .371    9

WEST DIVISION    W    L    PCT.    GB

Danville Dans    22    11    .667    —

Quincy Gems    22    11    .667    —

Terre Haute Rex    19    15    .559    31⁄2

Hannibal Cavemen    15    17    .469    61⁄2

Springfield Sliders    4    28    .125    171⁄2

Saturday’s Games

Quincy 4, Hannibal 3, 1st game

Hannibal at Quincy, 2nd game, late

Butler 5, Lorain County 2

Danville 7, Terre Haute 1

Chillicothe 2, West Virginia 0

Slippery Rock 6, Richmond 3

Sunday’s Games

Terre Haute at Springfield, 1 p.m.

Danville at Hannibal, 5:05 p.m.

Slippery Rock at Richmond, 6:05 p.m.

Lorain County at Butler, 6:35 p.m.

Terre Haute at Springfield, 7:05 p.m.

West Virginia at Chillicothe, 7:05 p.m.

Danville at Hannibal, 8 p.m.

Monday’s Games

Quincy at Springfield 6:35 p.m.

Slippery Rock at Butler, 6:35 p.m.

Chillicothe at Lorain County, 7:05 p.m.

Hannibal at Terre Haute, 7:05 p.m.

Richmond at West Virginia, 7:05 p.m.

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