Buckhannon continued its "June Swoon" Thursday night, falling 11-0 to a surging Clarksburg Post 13 squad.
It was the fifth consecutive defeat for Post 7, which has only materialized a total of 15 hits during the losing streak.
"We have three games next week, so we have some time to get it back together before the area tournament," Buckhannon manager Steve Gandee said. "Things are just a little tough right now."
Clarksburg received a sterling all-around game from Ian Morris, who dominated both with his arm and his bat.
The Gilmer Countian fired a four-hit complete game on the mound, striking out 13 while walking only three. Offensively, he collected three hits, scored three runs and collected three RBIs.
Tucker Abruzzino complemented Morris' evening with two hits, helping spearhead an 11-hit attack.
Buckhannon hurt its own cause with three errors and three passed balls. Clarksburg produced the 11 runs early, scoring four runs in the first inning, two in the third, and an additional five in the fourth.
Buckhannon's hits were recorded by Drew Gandee, Luke Pudder, Dalton Westfall and Tyler Wood. Pudder pitched the first three innings, and was relieved in the middle innings by John McDaniels.
Clarksburg improves to 12-11 with the victory, while Buckhannon falls to 8-15. Post 7 returns to action Monday at home against Bridgeport.