Riverside racked up 30 total hits in pounding Fairlawn in a doubleheader Saturday to even their record at 4-4.
Game One saw the Pirates open up with five runs in the first to cruise to a 9-1 win.
Jake Herron went the distance for the win.
At bat, Dustin Proffitt had two hits and two runs, Luke Greene three hits, and Landon Kelsey, Conner Cotterman, and Drew Harford each had two hits.
A seven-run sixth inning blew open a one run game as the Pirates rolled 15-9 in Game Two.
Kelsey went the distance for the win.
At the plate for the Pirates was Proffitt and Greene with two hits, Dalton Bollinger added three hits and two RBI, Dallas Daniels had two hits and four RBI, Kelsey had hits and four RBI, and Cotterman had three hits and two RBI.
West Liberty-Salem swept visiting New Bremen 10-3 and 7-4.
In Game One, Max Bailey was big at the plate with four hits, three runs, and an RBI. Grant Burden added two hits and three RBI.
Burden was also the winning pitcher, throwing a complete game.
In the second game, Bailey and Trent Thomas each scored a pair of runs and Burden added three more RBI.
Spencer Whitcraft earned the win.
In the JV contest, the Tigers earned a split, losing 14-4 before rebounding for a 9-7 win.
In Game One, Rickey Lowe had two hits.
Beau Humphrey was the winning pitcher in the late game, aiding himself at the plate with two hits. Austin Secor also had two hits and Hunter Stewart hit a double.
The Benjamin Logan Raiders split with Kenton, winning the opener 11-5 but falling in the nightcap 8-2.
For the Raiders in the win, Kam Newland notched the victory.
At the plate it was Tristin Harshfield (2-4, 1 R, 3 RBI), Collen Pulfer (2-4, 3 R, 2 RBI), and Todd Coleman (3-5, 1 R, 2 RBI) leading the way.
In Game Two, Newland (2-4, 1 R, 1 RBI, 2B) and Brady Bechtel (2-4, 1 RBI) were the top batters.