BRIDGEPORT -Sean Curtis pitched seven solid innings to lead Elkins Post 29 to an 8-1 victory over Bridgeport on Tuesday night.
Curtis, a rising junior at Philip Barbour, allowed just one run on four hits. He walked three and didn't record a strikeout.
"Sean really pitched a good game for us," Elkins manager Chris George said. "Bridgeport has a very good offensive team and he did a great job of shutting them down.
"They had a lot of pop-fly outs and he was able to get some easy outs.
Curtis' effort was backed by a 14-hit attack from Post 29's offense.
Elkins, which also defeated Post 68 Sunday at home, plated six runs in the third when Tucker County High School product Kevin McDermott delivered a two-run single, followed by RBIs from Wes Felton, Doug Smith and Tyler Scott.
Post 29 tacked on two more runs in the sixth on an RBI?groundout by Colby Gainer and a double steal with Chance Price trotting home.
Smith led Elkins by going 4 for 5, while Felton, Tyler Shreve and Jake Wyatt each had two hits.
"This was a good win for us," George said. "We came out and hit the ball well. We are starting to get the lineup set and the right pieces in place."
Zach Pritt took the loss for Bridgeport. He went 2 1/3 innings, allowing six runs on seven hits with no strikeouts and three walks.
Elkins (8-3) will travel to ?Buckhannon at 7 p.m. today for an Area 5 matchup.