Landry Wilkerson didn't have his good stuff on the mound Tuesday.
But his swing was just fine.
Wilkerson drove in five runs with five hits, including two homers and a double, as Van Buren rallied to beat Bentonville West, 14-9.
Wilkerson doubled to start a three-run first, capped a nine-run second with a three-run homer, and hit a two-run homer in the seventh.
He pitched two innings, allowing six runs (four earned). Evan Jones worked the final five innings for the win.
Chase Moore, Dakota Peters, Ethan Rauser and Trevor Johnson had two hits apiece.
Conway 12, Southside 2
Jack Stroth and Clay Tollett homered in a 14-hit attack Tuesday as Conway opened 7A-Central play with a 12-2 win over Southside.
Mac Moody gave the Mavericks (6-6, 0-1) a 2-0 lead with a first inning home run. Southside's Jake Melton was 2-for-3.
The Mavericks' Parker Wright suffered the loss.
James Hicks went five innings for the win for the Wampus Cats (4-3, 1-0).
Bryant 11, Northside 0
Bryant's Logan Chambers drove in six runs with a trio of hits Tuesday as Bryant opened 7A-Central play with an 11-0 win over the slumping Northside Grizzlies at Hunts Park.
The Hornets' Josh Turner and Kyler Pabon had two hits each.
Bryant's Scott Schmidt struck out eight and pitched a one-hit complete game.
Greenwood 8, Farmington 2
Connor Noland drove in two runs and Blake Pschier struck out six in 5 1/3 innings Tuesday as Greenwood defeated Farmington, 8-2, Tuesday for their seventh victory in nine games.
Noland and Jackson Webb had two hits apiece for the winners. Pschier and Brandon Woolsey had doubles for the Bulldogs.
Ozark 8, Mansfield 7
Greg Patton's fifth inning three-run homer capped an 8-7 come-from-behind win over Mansfield on Tuesday.
Patton's two-run double in the fourth helped the Hillbillies (7-1) close to within 7-5.
Mansfield (2-2) scored six times in the second for a 7-1 lead. Seth Fudge, Brennan James and Bryar Hattabaugh had doubles for the Tigers.
Patton and Dougan Phillips had three hits each for the Hillbillies.
Charleston 12, Scranton 6
Jaidon Jetton struck out six in five solid innings and Dean Lea, Hunter Kengla and Hayden Smart had two hits apiece to power Charleston to a 12-6 win over Scranton on Tuesday.
Smart and Kaden Benge drove in two runs each for the 2-1 Tigers.
Dillon Goodman led the Rockets with three hits.
Lavaca 11, County Line 1
Rey Lozano struck out nine and pitched a one-hitter Tuesday as the Golden Arrows (5-1) defeated County Line, 11-1.
Lozano also drove in two runs. Colby Clunn had three RBIs and Tripp Lile was 3-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs scored.