Andrew Gronski went to sleep Thursday night wondering how to pitch his way out of a jam for the Hilliard Davidson High School baseball team in a Division I regional semifinal at Dublin Coffman.

Gronski got his wish Friday as the Wildcats reached the final by downing Harrison 19-9 in six innings in a game resumed in the fourth after suspended was play Thursday with Davidson leading 15-8.

Davidson moved to 25-5 and will play Pickerington North at 4 p.m. Saturday in a final at Coffman. The Panthers moved to 28-3 after beating Gahanna 3-1 in the other semifinal Thursday.

Harrison, which finished its season 19-8, had runners at first and second and no outs in the fourth when play resumed Friday. But Gronski struck out Artie Houston, who carried a 1-1 count over from Thursday. The sophomore right-hander forced a groundout and a line drive to center field to end the threat.

"I went to bed thinking about that I needed to do, and we talked about the mental approach needed," said Gronski, who pitched four innings in relief of starter Tyler Backstrom and gave up seven hits with four strikeouts and a walk. "I wanted to get them to ground into a double play, and we did get a grounder. I tried to approach it like any other game."

It wasn't any other game for Davidson senior Zac Daniels or his teammates.

Harrison led 5-2 after one inning and 6-2 midway through the second before Davidson batted around twice and scored 13 runs on 13 hits to take a 15-6 lead after two innings.

Davidson had nine consecutive hits before making an out and had four home runs in the innings - a two run homer by Phil Huff, a grand slam by Daniels, a solo shot by Gronski and a two-run homer by Kenny Klatt. The homers by Huff, Daniels and Gronski all came before Harrison could get an out.

Daniels was a triple away from a cycle, but settled for a two-run double of the fence in left-center field. He finished with a grand slam, two doubles, one single, three runs and seven RBI.

"We knew we would probably prepare for this game longer than we'd actually play," Daniels said. "We started at 11:40 (a.m.) with batting and then we ended up playing less than an hour. We knew we just had to come here ready to play."

Harrison ace Markus Kykendahl entered the game at 7-1 with a 2.42 ERA in 63 2/ 3 innings with 88 strikeouts, 24 walks and 49 hits. But he pitched one inning and seven batters in the second, giving up nine runs, all earned, on nine hits with one strikeout.

"(Kykendahl) had a really good fastball, but it was straight and we were sitting on it," said Nick VanDyne, who scored four times with a double and three singles. "We didn't need to wait for the curve because he was throwing a first-pitch fastball."

Gronski had a homer, double and single and scored three times, including the game-ending run on a Grant Goodwin groundout in the sixth. Goodwin also singled three times as Davidson had 21 hits.

Huff had a home and drove in three runs. Justin Jones doubled with two singles and scored three times and Klatt homered with a single, scoring twice.