LISBON, OH- Brady Carpenter turned in a stellar pitching performance, striking out 12 batters to lead the Lisbon Blue Devils to a commanding 6-1 win over Chaney.

Carpenter was in control from the start, allowing just two hits and a single run across seven innings, issuing only a couple of walks along the way.

The Devils wasted no time getting on the scoreboard. In the very first inning, Aiden Myers made it count by grounding out to bring in the opening run. While the Devils’ bats were active, it was Carpenter who stood out not only on the mound but also at the plate. He went 2-for-3 and drove in two crucial runs, helping his own cause and bolstering the team’s lead.

On the opposing side, Johnson struggled with the Devils’ lineup. The Chaney starter was pulled after four and a third innings, during which he surrendered five runs, but only two were earned due to some fielding missteps. He managed to rack up five strikeouts and walked one.

Alongside Carpenter, Marc Moore and Ryan Carpenter each notched two hits. Moore showed off his speed, stealing two bases as part of a total of four steals by the team, which kept the pressure on Chaney throughout the game.

Chaney did manage to scrape together a run thanks to Moon, who drove in their lone run and was one of just two Chaney players, alongside Polk, to hit safely against Carpenter’s dominant outing.

Looking ahead, the Devils are set to face Wellsville on Wednesday to finish the season series.