The Generals bank on the hitting of Jordan Clark (.376, five homers, 20 RBIs), Josh Bumgarner (.372) and Bear Bellomy (.333). Bumgarner (7-3, 3.24) is also the lead pitcher.
Logan has a pair of top-notch pitchers in Zach Minnick and Johnny Morrison.
South Charleston has played Riverside just once this season, beating the Warriors 7-2 on May 1, but the Warriors didn't start ace Tyler Hall (4-3, 2.35) that day, fell behind 5-0 in the third inning and used Hall in relief.
"Hall's a pretty good pitcher,'' said SC coach Ken Samms, "but we'll battle and see what happens. I've got a lot of confidence in this bunch. I really don't care who they pitch.''
Leading hitters for Riverside are Chaz Davis (.355), Brady Wilkinson (.342) and Cam Norris (.324). SC's top sticks belong to Antonio Brown (.416), Jonathan Cline (.352) and Austin Santrock (.300, 28 RBIs).
Either Jerod Jobst (6-4), who pitched six innings in Friday's sectional win against George Washington, or Jonathan Pauley (5-3) will start for the Black Eagles.
Catholic, the No. 4 team in the Gazette's Class A ratings, figures to be favored against Wahama today. In the teams' regular-season games, the Irish won handily 24-3 on April 30 and 12-2 on March 28.
Kiefer Hovorka (5-4, 1.31) and Andy Hoyer (8-1, 3.12) are the aces of the Catholic pitching staff. Top hitters include Rocco Wilcox (.429, 31 RBIs), Hoyer (.411), Connor Golden (.388, 36 RBIs) and Nelson McKown (.387, 44 RBIs).
The White Falcons' offense is paced by Wesley Harrison (.448, 29 RBIs), Garrett Miller (.328) and Austin Cole (.323). Hunter Bradley (7-4, .218) and Dakota Sisk (5-2, 2.29) are the top pitchers.
The game was moved to Point Pleasant because of issues involving the lights at Wahama's field.
All of today's winners advance to the regional finals on Wednesday.
Reach Rick Ryan at 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.