MARION — Canton-Galva’s baseball team was cooled off Tuesday by Marion, as the Warriors came away with 6-0 and 12-2 wins.
The Eagles, coming off a rousing sweep, were stifled at the plate in Game 1, as Jacob Dailey and Nick Bray had the only hits, Dailey’s being a double.
Bray took the loss, striking out three.
“I thought Nick pitched one of his best games, allowing only two earned runs against a team that had been run-ruling teams,” C-G coach Kelly Nelson said. “It's just too bad we couldn't come up with any run support for him.”
C-G struggled as well in the second game with three hits, one each by Bray, Tanner Klingensmith and Jacob Struber. Struber and Ethan Loyd were credited with RBIs
Connor Farnham took the loss, though he did strike out five in 3 2/3 innings.
C-G, now 3-3, hosts Inman on Tuesday.