Hillsboro's Ryan Scott was 3-for-4 with one run and one walk and earned the win on the mound against McClain Friday. (HCP Photos/Stephen Forsha)
Hillsboro's Ryan Scott was 3-for-4 with one run and one walk and earned the win on the mound against McClain Friday. (HCP Photos/Stephen Forsha)
In consecutive days this past Friday and Saturday, the Hillsboro Indians held their opponents scoreless as they defeated the McClain Tigers in Greenfield by a 1-0 score in 10 innings, followed by a 6-0 win at North Adams the next day.

Against their rival McClain Tigers in Frontier Athletic Conference action, the Indians scored their lone run in the top of the 10th inning.

That run came when Ryan Scott reached first base on an error by McClain to lead off the inning, Scott stole second base with one out and moved to third base when Korbin Adams hit the ball to centerfield, allowing Scott to move over a base.

Next came Quintin Captain in a pinch-hitter role where he smashed the ball to left field, and the ball bounced off the glove of the opponent, allowing Scott to cross home plate for the 1-0 lead.

Captain pitched in relief in the bottom of the 10th, where he faced three batters and recorded three straight strikeouts, with the final two strikeouts on called third strikes to earn the save.

Scott was the winning pitcher, as he pitched nine innings (115 pitches), where he allowed no runs on five hits and no walks. Scott struck out a total of 11 batters.

For Hillsboro, Scott was 3-for-4 with one run and one walk. Zach Humphries, Brayden Kisling and Brad Miller each had one hit.

Drawing walks for HHS were Scott, Brayden Cochran, Humphries, Miller and Ethan Grooms.

McClain had a hit from Isaac Smith and two hits each by Kaden Penwell and Seth Weller.

Mason Ratcliff pitched 8.2 innings in a no-decision. Ratcliff threw 126 pitches where he allowed no runs on six hits and four walks. He struck out 14 batters.

Smith was charged with the loss in 1.1 innings of relief. He allowed one unearned run on no hits and one walk.

The following day at North Adams the Indians had a second straight shutout, winning by a 6-0 score via a no-hitter.

Brad Miller and Brayden Kisling combined for the no-hitter, where Miller in the start pitched six innings. He allowed no runs on no hits and six walks. Miller totaled 119 pitches and struck out 10 batters.

Kisling pitched one inning in relief, as he allowed no runs on no hits and no walks, while striking out two batters. He threw a total of nine pitches.

At the plate, the Indians totaled three hits. Cochran was 2-for-3 with three RBI, while Cullen Barney went 1-for-2 with one run and one walk. Adams collected one run and one RBI, while Spencer Wyckoff scored three runs and had three walks.

Captain collected an RBI, and Nick Lewis forced two walks. Jeremy Kemper scored one run for HHS.