Scoring Summaries For Saturday, April 16

Scoring Summaries, Saturday, April 16



Edon 7, Liberty Center 0

The Bombers scored one run in the first and second innings and then iced the non-conference victory with five sixth-inning runs. Levi Brandt and Brayden Bauer’s singles produced two RBI for Edon. Hayden Runyan threw seven innings of three-hit ball and struck out nine batters.

Perrysburg 7, Archbold 3 (Game 1)

The Bluestreaks mirrored Perrysburg’s seven hits by committed five errors to lose the non-league contest. Brandon Miller lost his first game on the mound as he allowed the seven runs on seven hits and struck out two. Derek Walker and Ben Bucklew finished three for four and two for three for Streaks’ offense.

Archbold 5, Perrysburg 4 (Game 2)

The Bluestreaks rebounded in the second game that included 10 hits. Ian Radabaugh knocked in three RBI on his one hit in four attempts. Trevor Rupp was three for four and Toby Walker was two for five. Rupp earned the win for Archbold giving up four runs on nine hits while striking out five.

Wauseon 5, Ottawa Glandorf 4 (Game 1)

The Titans ran to a 4-1 lead after the fourth inning, but the Indians bats woke up for a four run fifth as they squeaked by OG in the opener. The real story in this one as the work on the mound by Everett Bueter and C.J. Moser.  Bueter got the start and pitched four solid innings giving up just one hit and four runs along with two strike outs. After the four runs in the fifth, Moser came in and scored three innings of shut out ball that included no hits and four strikeouts. Brady Rupp had one hit in four tries but that his double produced two RBI. JJ Kaufman finished two for four and added a pair of RBI.  Travis Smith added a RBI with his single.

Wauseon 4, Ottawa Glandorf 1 (Game 2)

Equally impressive for the Indians in the second game were the pitching tandem of M. Barajas and Brooks Gype. Barajas got the start and gave up three hits and one run in 6.2 innings of work. Gype came in for the final batter and to finish OG off. Brady Rupp, Travis Smith and Barajas had one RBI apiece.

North Central 7, Hudson 6 (Game 1)

Hudson shot out to a 5-2 lead after two innings but the Eagles clawed back for three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning for the win. North Central had two RBI from Steven Williams and Dalton Joice. Michael Pryslak contributed with a  double and single including an RBI. Three pitchers saw the mound for the Eagles. David Pinc, Dalton Joice and Michael Pryslak combined to allow seven Hudson hits. Joice tossed two strike outs.

Hudson 12, North Central 10 (Game 2)

Hudson scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to steal the game away from North Central. The Eagles collected 11 hits in the defeat. Batting in runs for North Central included Josh Bailey, David Pinc Steven Williams, Dakota Pitts, Michael Pryslak, Colton Schmunk and Layne Cogswell. Four Eagles pitchers took the mound in this game led by Schmunk who faced 19 batters giving up five hits with one strike out. Pinc, Cogswell and Ryan France also faced Hudson batters.

Evergreen 7, Hilltop 4 (Game 1)

The Vikings gave up nine hits but were able to score three runs in the fifth to break the deadlock for the win. Levi Carson had a three run double for Evergreen while Bryce Hudik and S. Lubinski had one RBI apiece. Hudik pitched six innings giving up four runs on eight hits with four strike outs. Nick Etue pitched the seventh inning for the save. Cole Haynes led Hilltop with three hits and one RBI. He pitched five innings and gave up five hits allowing seven runs.

Hilltop 11, Evergreen 1 (Game 2)

The Cadets came back in the second game smashing 12 hits and scoring 11 runs in the easy win. Cole Haynes and Nic Schieber had four RBI apiece to lead Hilltop. Noah Eisel and Levi Carson had one RBI each for the Vikings.  Kohl Collins pitched five innings for Hilltop giving up five hits allowing one run with two strike outs. Phoenix Vanostrand pitched 2.2 innings for Evergreen giving up three hits while striking out two. David Moore came in for 1.1 innings and gave up seven runs on seven hits. Eisel allowed two hits giving up one run.



Hilltop 12, Waldrin (MI) 0 (Game 1)

The Cadets got off to a fast start as 11 of their 12 runs came in the first three innings.  Hilltop accumulated 10 RBI in the game led by Karissa Crisenbery’s five that included a home run. C. Bell finished with three RBI and Bailey Funkhouser along with Allie Schmitt finished with one RBI. Crisenbery was a perfect three for three at the plate. Funkhouser allowed just two hits during the game and struck out four.

Hilltop 12, Waldrin (MI) 2 (Game 2)

The Cadet hit parade continued in the second game as their 14 hits produced nine RBI and 12 runs. Allie Schmitt was a perfect three for three at the plate with two RBI and B. Schmitt had three RBI on two hits. Bailey Funkhouser, Karissa Crisenbery, C. Bell and Mikayla Eberly contributed with one RBI apiece. Aubrey Wyse got the win pitching the complete five inning contest allowing two runs on six hits while striking out four.

Archbold 8, Lima Bath 3

After Bath tied the gam up at 3-3 with two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, the Bluestreaks struck back with five seventh-inning runs to improve their record to 5-3. Madison Kohler and G, Nafziger each finished two for four at the plate. Kohler had two RBI and Gabby Nafziger finished with one.

Archbold 11, Findlay 6

The Bluestreaks followed their first victory up with a win over the Trojans. P. Robinson improved her record to 3-0 as she gave up five runs on six hits and struck out three. Ziegler relieved Robinson and finished the last two innings allowing just one hit for the save. C. Wyse slugged a home run and drove in two runs as she finished a perfect four for four at the plate. Ziegler was three of five with a double and one RBI.



Pettisville was sixth, Edgerton 10th and Stryker 11th  at the 40th Wayne Trace Invitation.  Following are the finishes for the three teams:

4×800 relay: 1.) Pettisville (Elizabeth Sauder, Nichole Foor, Morgan Leppelmeier, Alexa Leppelmeier) 9:53.25 (new record); 5.) Edgerton (Natalee Landel, Hayley Goltare, Rachel Schroeder, Rebecca Schroeder) 11:07.81; 8.) Edon (Karissa Sonneberger, Wendy Braun, Kaela Gearhart, Kaitlyn Sonneberger) 11:37.00; 100 Meter Hurdles: 5.) Megan Ritter, Edgerton, 18.53, 6.) Hannah Herring, Pettisville, 18.65; 100 Meter Dash: 3.) Paige Speelman, Stryker, 12.76, 6.) Kenzie Stein, Edgerton, 13.22; 4×200 relay: 4.) Stryker (Audra Rupp, Breanna Wolfrum, Brittany Breier, Jaden Shy) 1:55.75, 5.) Edgerton (Sarah Roth, Claire Flegal, Heidi Sines, Kenzie Stein) 1:55.97; 1600 meters: 4.) Alexa Leppelmeier (Pettisville) 5:30.58;  4×100 relay: 6.) Edgerton (Megan Ritter, Alyssa Siebenaler, Sarah Roth, Kenzie Stein) 55.65; 300 meter hurdles: 4.) Paige Speelman (Stryker) 51.08; 800 meters: 2.) Elizabeth Sauder (Pettisville) 2:29.36, 4.) Natalee Landel (Edgerton) 2:37.17, 3200 meters: 3.) Alexa Leppelmeier (Pettisville) 11:58.80, 6.) Nichole Foor (Pettisville) 12:16.56; 1600 meter relay: 4.) Pettisville (Tessa Waidelich, Elizabeth Sauder, Rebekah Liechty, Alexa Leppelmeier) 4:30.22; Long jump: 5.) Kenzie Stein (Edgerton) 13’6”; Shot put: 4.) Bree Hug (Edgerton) 31’2”; Pole vault: 2.) Kendal Pursel (Pettisville) 7’6”; 6.) Kira Pettit (Stryker) 6’6”;



Edgerton was second, Edon ninth and Pettisville 12th at the 40th Wayne Trace Invitational.

Following are the local finishes:

4×800 relay: 3rd) Edgerton (Andrew Jones, Devin Herman, Coby Jones, Dakota Freeman) 9:02.14; 110 meter hurdles: 2.) Colin Etchen (Edgerton) 15.74, 5.) Logan Bloir (Edon) 15.95; 100 meters: 3.) Chanse Evans (Edgerton) 11.63, 6.) Andrew Guilleume (Edgerton) 11.72; 4×200 relay: 2.) Edgerton (Andrew Guillaume, Keith Carlin, Derek Blue, Colin Etchen) 1:35.73, 6.) Edon (Austin Batt, Logan Bloir, Michael Ater, Payton Pease) 1:42.59; 1600 meters: 4.) Dakota Freeman (Edgerton) 4:54.70; 4×100 relay: 2.) Edgerton (Andrew Guillaume, Derek Blue, Keith Carlin, Chanse Evans) 46.21, 6.) Edon (Austin Batt, Logan Bloir, Brian Merritt, Garrett Rupp) 47.59; 300 meter hurdles: 6.) Keith Carlin (Edgerton) 45.37; 800 meters: 5.) Andrew Jones (Edgerton) 2:09.56; 200 meters: 1.) Colin Etchen (Edgerton) 22.88; 3200 meters: 1.) Dakota Freeman (Edgerton) 10:41.13; 4×400 relay: 2.) Edgerton (Andrew Jones, Andrew Guillaume, Devin Herman, Keith Carlin) 3:41.37; Discus: 6.) Drew Herman (Edgerton) 106’8”; High jump: 1.) Chanse Evans (Edgerton) 6’4”; Shot put: 4.) Derek Blue (Edgerton) 42’4”; Pole vault: Colin Etchen (Edgerton) 14’1”, 4.) Dru Walkowski (Edon) 10’, 6.) Zach Morrison (Pettisville) 9’6”.


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