GW's Wong pitched decently at times, with 11 strikeouts and three walks in a 133-pitch outing, but allowed 10 hits and was betrayed by his defense at some key moments.
In the top of the sixth, with the score tied at 2, Logan put runners on the corners with none out as Alex Mareske doubled and Matthew Greene's sacrifice bunt was so good that it earned him a single.
Logan tried a squeeze bunt but it nearly backfired as the pitch was missed and Mareske was caught off third. Catcher Alex Levitan fired wildly on the ensuing rundown and Mareske scampered home for a 3-2 lead. Greene would also be caught off third a few moments later and got trapped in another rundown, but beat the throw home to make it 4-2.
GW got only one runner as far as third against Frye, but Clayton Anderson was stranded there when Connor Moffatt grounded to Butcher at second.
"You get no hits, you're not going to win,'' said Patriots coach Chad Campbell. "You don't deserve to win.
"It's one of those things. We hit the ball hard a couple times. We just hit it right at them. We drew some walks and got up 2-1, but when it's 2-2 and we give them two runs, that changed the whole game.''
Campbell credited Logan's defense with turning the game around.
"It's been a long time since I've heard of four double plays in one game,'' he said. "That will kill you. And the double plays were coming at the bottom of the order, so we couldn't turn over the order to our guys at the top with runners on base. They're not your typical Logan team with an ace on the mound and huge sticks in the lineup, but they are sound. They make every play. Give them credit.
"We've been here before, though. We've lost the first one three years in a row, then won two in a row and took it to a third game. It's going to be difficult. We've got to hope for some rain.''
Reach Rick Ryan at 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.