Westview used a five-run seventh inning to beat host Mishawaka, 10-6 in varsity baseball action Saturday.
Cody Criswell’s one-out walk and a fielding error on a ball hit by Jamin Lambright set the table for the Warrior rally. Jamar Weaver then knocked in both Criswell and Lambright with a single.
After a walk to Jake Berkey, Judah Zickafoose stepped to the plate and launched a three-run homer to extend the Westview lead to 10-5. Murphy Jobin got one of the runs back for Mishawaka in its half of the seventh with a RBI single, but Westview hurler Tarrin Beachy got out of the inning with no further damage to secure the win.
Beachy, who plated two runs with a single and a sacrifice fly, worked the final five innings on the mound for the Warriors, allowing just two hits, walking two and striking out eight. Weaver started on the hill for Westview, giving up six hits and whiffing two.
Weaver reached base in each of his four plate appearances, collecting two hits, four RBI and two runs. Zickafoose went 3-4 with four RBI and two runs.
Jobin and Sam Schrader both had two hits for Mishawaka. Daulton Reyes doubled.