Game Summaries for Tuesday, March 29

Tuesday, March 29, 2016


Toledo Rogers 6, Hilltop 5

After four innings the Cadets had a 5-3 advantage, but over the final over the final three innings Rogers tied the game to send it into the eighth inning. The Rams outscored Hilltop 1-0 in the extra inning to win.  Cole Haynes drove in three runs for the Cadets while Isaac VanArsdalen and Nic Schieber added one RBI apiece. Levi Grant connected for three hits for the Cadets. Hilltop left 10 men on base.  Haynes and Quinn Smith shared the pitching duties for Hilltop. Haynes, getting the start, allowed two hits giving up four runs while striking out seven. Smith appeared in the fifth inning and gave up three hits with two runs scored and had six strike outs.

Hicksville 5, Montpelier 2

The Locomotives were shutout through the fifth inning before crossing the plate twice in the sixth. Andrew Luke faced 23 Hicksville batters and allowed three runs on four hits while striking out two. Gunnar Matson relieved Luke in the fifth inning and faced 14 batters allowing one run on three hits and struck out one. Kolden Uribes, Caleb Haines and Dakota Benner were all one of three from the plate, each hitting singles. Montpelier fell to 0-2 on the young season.

Ayersville 3, Edon 0

The Bombers battled for seven innings. With the score 0-0, the Pilots gathered three hits in the extra inning for the win. Landon Bloir pitched the complete game for the Bombers. He allowed three runs on five hits with six strikeouts. Braden Miller belted a double while Preston Klingler and Graeden Rupp had one single each for Edon.

Bryan 10, Napoleon 0

Bryan’s Christian Pool fired a no-hitter including nine strikeouts in the Golden Bears shutout victory. Deylen Miley had a successful day at the plate. Miley had a double and triple to drive in four runs for the winners. Alex Moor added two RBI on two singles. Chris Wittler’s single resulted in an RBI and Luke Nye added a single as well.

Archbold 11, North Central 1

Archbold’s Ben Bucklew walked four straight batters to start the game, but then settled in a pitched shutout baseball from that point on. Bucklew struckout nine in the five inning win. He helped his own cause as he was 3 for 4 with two RBI at the plate. Derek Walker also collected three hits in four plate appearances. Bryce Wiliams and Ian Radabaugh were two for three and Wiliams drove in three runs for the Streaks. Gabe Peterson added two RBI on two hits.

Archbold 4 North Central 0

In another excellent pitching performance, Brandon Miller tossed a 2-hit shutout in the second game of the doubleheader . He struck out 12 Eagle batters. Bryce Williams was two for three with a RBI and Derek Walker was two for four.

Wauseon 7, Pettisville 0

The Indians scored five of their seven runs in the fifth and sixth inning to run away from the Blackbirds. Carter Bzovi’s double drove in two RBI while Brady Rupp, Travis Smith and Brooks Gype added one RBI apiece. Travis Smith earned the shut out victory going the distance and allowing two hits and fired seven strikeouts. Christian Barhite started on the mound for the Blackbirds and pitched four innings giving up five hits and five runs with two strike outs. Evan King replace Barhite in the fourth and was responsible for two runs while striking out one.


Montpelier 10, Edgerton 4

The Locos’ Daryke Bass got the complete game win. Del Kelly went 3 for 5, Brandon Eitnear 2 for 4 at the plate, with a great defensive effort by Tanner Sanders.

Archbold 26, Maumee 3

The young Streaks collected 19 hits and scored 12 of their runs in a strong fourth inning.


Maumee 3, Archbold 2

Maumee ruined the Streaks season opener with the win. The game was scoreless after the second inning. Maumee scored all their runs in the first inning, while Archbold got one run in the first and another in the second inning. Alyssa Ziegler took the loss as she gave up three runs on five hits striking out six with four walks. At the plate Emie Peterson and Brooke Hines were 1 of 3 for Archbold.

Wauseon 5, Pettisville 1

The game was deadlocked until the bottom of the sixth inning when the Indians scored four runs to win. Hailey Chamberlin and C. Norman knocked in two runs and Oliviah Banister one to lead the Indians. Ally Tefft threw five innings giving up two hits with two strikeouts. Alisa Shelt relieved Tefft in the sixth inning and threw two shutout innings while accumulating four strikeouts. The Blackbirds were led at the plate by Kyra Behnfeldt and Jaelyn Rufenacht with one single apiece. Behnfeldt was on the mound and gave up five runs on eight hits and struck out five in six innings.

Bryan 12, Paulding 2

Bryan’s bats were hot in this game. Kaitlynn Antigo was two for two with two doubles for two RBI.  Whitney Whetro and April Rickenberg finished two for three with a single and a double each.  Kenzie Andrews finished one for three with a double and three RBI.   Kayla Altaffer added a double.  Gracie Voigt and Trista Savage each added a single. Trista Savage pitched the complete game and allowed two runs on four hits and four strikeouts.

North Central 7, Montpelier 0

Alyssa Swank led the Eagles at the plate finishing three for five including two singles and a double. Kelsie Sutton was two for three including a single and a double.  Makayla Knapp, Addie Elser, Makayla Hayes, Payton Taylor and Allyson Hutchison each had one hit during the game. Hayes pitched the complete game and fired eight strikeouts and allowed three hits.  The Locomotives got a trio of singles from E. Prekop, R. Carr and A. Nemire. P Houk struck out seven but gave up 10 hits in the loss.

Edon 7, Holgate 6

Six Bomber batters drove in one run apiece as they snuck by the Tigers. Shayla Mason, Sare Hiller, Shaylee Manahan, Hannah Kaylor, Faith Livensparger and Jordan Runyan supplied the fire power. Edon was trailing 4-3 going into the sixth inning, but came alive scoring four in the sixth to take the lead. Holgate scored one in the seventh but it was not enough. Mason tossed the complete game allowing eight hits and had 10 strike outs for Edon.



Pettisville 65, Montpelier 53

100 hurdles: D King (P) 20.8, S. Alvira (M) 22.4, J. Bumb (M) 23.4. 100 meters: S. Bahner (M) 14.7, R. Klopfenstein (P) 14.8. E. Hartzler (P) 15.2. 1600 Meters: K.Miller (P) 6:34.3, S, Foor (P) 6:38.7. B. Miller (M) 6:43.3. 4×100 relay: Montpelier 59.5. 400 meters: A. Viers (M) 1:11.2, E. Hartzler (P) 1:11.5, T, Bexton (M) 1:15.3. 4×200 relay Montpelier, 2:15.4. 200 hurdles: D. King (P) 36.3, K. Miller (P) 36.7. 800 meters: S. Foor (P) 3:04, B. Miller (M) 3:09.6, E. Fritsch (M) 3:11.5. 200 meters: A. Viers (M) 31.1, E. Hartzler (P) 31.9, T. Steffes (M) 32.1. 4×400 relay: Pettisville 4:56.9. Discus: K. Sanders (M) 66’, G. Schnitkey (P) 57’3”, J. Davis (M) 53’ 9”. Shot put: Sanders (M) 30’0”, A. Repp (M) 22’10”, G. Schnitkey (P) 22’9”. Long Jump: K. Bentley (M) 13’1.5”, K. Caudill (M) 12’11.5”, T. Steffes (M) 12’7.5”. High jump: R. Mcontosh (M) 4’4”, S,. Hubby (P) 4’0”, K. Banthi (M) 3’10”. Pole vault: E. Witcom (P) 6’0”, J. Edinger (M) 5’6”.


Montpelier 69, Pettisville 41

110 hurdles: C. Byers (M) 19.7, R. Beck (M) 20.9, T, Jay (M) 21.5. 100 meters: J. Riehl (P) 13.2, E,. Short (M) 13.3, J. Viers (M) 14.6. 1600 Meters: M. Leppelmeier (P) 5:36.4, I. Cisneros (P) 5:42.8. 4×100 relay: Montpelier, 54.4. 400 meters: D. Banks (M) 1:05.11, T, Jay (M) 1:06.2, B. Loopshaw (P) 1:09.3. 4×200 relay Montpelier, 2:06.2, 200 hurdles: R Beck (M) 31.5, C. Byers (M) 31.9, B. Morris (P) 36.6. 800 meters: M. Leppelmeier (P) 2:35.5, J. Rediger (M) 2:40. B. coopshaw (P) 2:41.5. 200 meters: J. Riehl (P) 27.5, E. Varkey (M) 30.1, J. Viers (M) 30.6. 4×400 relay: Pettisville, 4:39.3. Discus:. G. Jacoby (P) 110’11”, T. Phong (M) 36’2”, Demire (M) 31’8.5. Shot put:  G. Jacoby (P) 38’4.25”, Phong (M) 36’2”, Demire (M) 31’8.5”. Long Jump: E. Short (M) 15’3”, E. Varney (M) 11’11.5”, B. Saneholtz (M) 11’4”. High jump: A. McCord (?) 4’2”.

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