Asher tallied four home runs and 17 total hits Friday in thrashing Stonewall 22-0 in a Class B regional championship game.

Asher tallied four home runs and 17 total hits Friday in thrashing Stonewall 22-0 in a Class B regional championship game.

Tanner Andrews, Tim Johnson, Corey Holman and Zach Fowler each clubbed a home run, and the four combined for 14 runs batted in as the second-ranked Indians improved to 22-4.

The Indians led 8-0 after the first inning, then piled on 14 runs in the top of the third. The game was stopped after three innings on the run rule.

Tanner Andrews improved to 8-2 with the pitching win. He held Stonewall to two hits while fanning three batters and issuing no walks.

Asher will host Roff at 1:30 p.m. Monday for one varsity game, and the regional champion Indians will then make their second consecutive appearance in a state tournament later in the week.

Note: Report compiled by Jason Smith.