Hilltop 14, Pettisville 2
This BBC match up ended in the fifth with the mercy rule in effect. The Cadets (7-3, 3-1) scored eight unanswered runs before Pettisville was able to get on the board in the bottom of the third inning. A Denton amd Ryan Brooker led Hilltop’s offensive attack with two RBI apiece. Brooker’s one hit was a triple as six other Cadets contributed with one hit apiece. Jacob Champion pitched the complete game for Hilltop giving up two runs on two hits with two strikeouts. Landon Roth and Austin Horning had one hit apiece for Pettisville’s total. The Blackbirds used four pitchers as Logan Rufenacht took the loss pitching 1.2 innings giving up seven runs on seven hits with two strikeouts.
Edon 15, Fayette 0
The Bombers crossed the plate 11 times in the top of the fifth in the mercy rule win. Braden Miller earned the win on the mound throwing for two innings and giving up no runs on two hits with four strikeouts. Austin Kiess belted a home run adding two RBI and three runs scored. Levi Brandt also homered adding two RBI. Miller helped himself by connecting for a pair of singles producing one RBI. T McClain took the loss for the Eagles pitching four innings giving up six runs on seven hits with two strikeouts. Karissa Schaffner and Kope had the two Fayette hits.
Toledo Waite 12, Fayette 0
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Hudson 9, North Central 0
Hudson 13, North Central 3
The Eagles were held two six hits in the double-header loss to Hudson. In the first game, Colton Schmunk took the loss giving up nine runs on 11 hits while striking out five. The Eagles were hanging close until a six-run fifth inning by Hudson. Ryan France and Kodi Bentley had the North Central hits during the game. Hudson dominated play in the second game. After the Eagles opened the game with a run, Hudson answered in their half of the first then added 12 unanswered runs the rest of the way for the five-inning win. Dalton Joice and Ryan France pitched for the Eagles. Joice went 3.2 innings giving up 11 runs on three hits striking out three. France came in in relief and faced eight batters. He allowed two runs on two hits with one strike out. The Eagles committed six errors during the second game.
Hicksville 11, Delta 0
Hicksville 9, Delta 3
The first game ended after five innings as the Panthers had no answer to the Aces’ 10 runs put up between the second and fourth innings. Justin Anderson took the loss while Jake Greird led the Panthers offense going three for four with two RBI. Delta came across the plate three times In the third inning tying the game briefly in the second game. But the Aces scored two runs in their half of the third and added four more runs in the fifth inning to run away for the sweep. Logen Neidhardt led the Panthers at the plate with a two for three effort that included a double that produced an RBI. Kayden Kurth took the loss for Delta.
Stryker 11, Holgate 0
Stryker 8, Holgate 7
The Panthers ended the game in the fifth crossing the plate nine times. Stryker used two pitchers during the first game. Shock went four innings giving up just one hit while striking out six. Boetz came in for the fifth and did not allow a hit with one strikeout to preserve the win. Stryker’s offense put up seven hits. Shock was equally effective at the plate as he finished with a double and home run producing three RBI. Boetz added two RBI with a double. Frey and Benson added one RBI apiece. In the second game, the Panthers held off a six-run seventh by Holgate to squeak out the win. Ferguson was on the mound for five innings and allowed just two hits giving up one run while striking out three. Glock and Boetz pitched one inning apiece and combined gave up six runs on five hits with one strike out. Anders contributed with two RBI at the plate for the Panthers while Bost hit a single and double generating two RBI.
Ottawa Glandorf 13, Wauseon 7
Ottawa Glandorf 11, Wauseon 9
The Titans crossed home eight times to start the game as Wauseon committed six errors hurting their chances in the non-league contest. Wauseon did score five runs in the fifth making the score 11-6 with OG leading. Xavier Torres led the Indians’ offense connecting for three hits producing three RBI. Trent Armstrong added two RBI with a single. Brooks Gype contributed with a pair of singles producing one RBI. The Indians used four pitchers. Jacob Raabe was on the mound for 4.2 innings giving up four runs on eight hits while striking out one, Z Stipp took the loss giving up eight runs on three hits with just .1 inning pitched. Torres and Armstong also made pitching appearances. In the second game, Wauseon grabbed a 6-3 lead after three innings, but OG added eight more runs to three for Wauseon the rest of the way. Jacob Raabe led the Wauseon offense with three RBI with a home run. J Chapa connected for three hits producing one RBI. CJ Moser too the loss for Wauseon pitching four innings and allowing eight runs on 10 hits with six strikeouts. Chapa tossed three innings giving up three runs on three hits.
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