Robinson struggled to begin the season, but has been hot as of late and drove in four runs Friday on the road against Hiram to help the Wildcats win 6-4.
Woodland scored two runs in the first inning when Jarrett Kilgo singled with two outs and Robinson followed with a two-run home run to give the Wildcats an early advantage.
Woodland would add a run in the third inning thanks to Hunter Siniard, who walked and stole second and third base before coming around to score with two outs.
The Wildcats also scored the next inning, this time it was Grant Robinson who worked his way around the basepaths to give Woodland a 4-0 lead. Robinson walked, advanced to second base on a walk by Braden Harris, advanced to third on a fielder’s choice and scored on Will Parsegian’s RBI single.
Hiram scored in the bottom of the inning, before Siniard again produced a run in the fifth inning. Siniard walked, advanced to second when Kilgo was hit by a pitch, and then scored on a Mason Robinson RBI single.
The Wildcats would add another run in the seventh when Robinson once again came through with a runner on third base. This time it was Justin Allen who scored after he singled to lead off the inning.
Hiram would score three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, but it would not be enough as Woodland moved to 4-10 in Region 5-AAAAA and 7-13 overall.
Freshman Cauy Williams pitched six innings for the Wildcats and struck out eight.
Siniard relieved Williams in the final inning and did not allow a baserunner.
Woodland will return to action Monday with another region game at North Paulding.