Bulldogs race past Thoroughbreds

Crestview baseball

Justin Rebholz slides into second base during the third inning of Crestview's win over Harrison County on Monday.

Published: Monday, April 1, 2013 at 11:17 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Led by Roman Donofro's two-hit shutout the Crestview High School baseball team rolled to a 10-0 win over Harrison County Kent., on Monday.

The game was called in the sixth inning on the 10-run rule as the Bulldogs rolled to their sixth-consecutive win.

Donofro had the batters from the Blue Grass State singing the Blues as he struck out 10 in picking up the complete game win. The Thoroughbreds managed just five base runners on two hits, a walk a hit batter and a Bulldog error.

Crestview (14-4) provided Donofro with all the run support he would need with a three-run first inning.

Seth Thomason, who went 2-for-3 with a double, triple, two runs scored and three runs batted in, had the big blow of the inning. Thomason delivered a two-run double to score Tyler Henderson and Corey Armstrong.

Thomason scored on an Austin Armstrong base hit.

"Would put together some good at bats," Bulldog coach Tim Gillis said. "We had some RBI opportunities and took advantage of them and that's really the name of the game. We've been swinging the bats well the last week or so and I thought we continued that tonight.

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