Scoring summaries for Tuesday, April 5


Montpelier 6, Edon 3

The Locomotives scored all their run over the first four innings to grab a non-league win. Caitlyn Nixon and Alexis Nemire led Monpelier with one hit apiece. Those two huts accounted for four RBI. Mikayla Schilt was two of four at the plate while Haley Suffel was a perfect two of two hitting. Edon was led offensively by Jordan Runyan’s two hits, but it was Shayla Mason’s double that accounted for two Bomber runs. Nemire and Peyton Houk shared pitching duties for Montpelier as Nemire pitched 4.1 innings giving up four hits and the three runs while striking out two. Houk pitched 2.2 innings allowing one hit and striking out one. Mason threw the complete game for the Bombers. The sophomore allowed four hits with nine strikeouts.

Pettisville 7, Swanton 6

The Blackbirds withstood a four-run sixth inning by the Bulldogs to prevail. Pettisville got a homeun from Jasmyn Barton that brought two runs home. Marissa Beck added two singles while Amber Klopfenstein, Sami Tilley, Andrea Flory, Kaija Blosser and Kyra Behnfeldt smack singles. Behnfeldt was on the mound for Pettisville and got the complete game victory allowing six runs on nine hits while striking out 12. McMahon led Swanton with a single and double. Nelson connected for two singles and Williams slammed a triple. Lawson took the loss as she allowed seven runs on eight hits and struck out five.

Wauseon 9, Fairview 3

After leading 2-1 after the first inning the Indians seven runs in the third and fourth innings combined to run away from the Apaches. Oliviah Banister, Reagan Spadafore and Maddy Martinez had two RBI each to pace Wauseon. Alisa Shelt got the complete game win allowing seven hits and striking out six Fairview batters.


Hilltop 15, Cincinnati McNicholas 5

Hilltop 19, Evergreen 15

Hilltop 11, Bryan 10

(No individual game statistics reported)

Montpelier 10, Tinora 3

Winning pitcher for the Locomotives was Lauren Cooley, Leading the way at the plate were Katie Taylor with three singles and Trinity Nichols with a triple and two singles.


Edgerton 22, North Central 2

It was a hit parade as the Bulldogs accumulated 16 hits on way to the easy Buckeye Border Conference win. Drew Hug and Landon Thiel’s one double and three single produced eight RBI for the Bulldogs.Alex Michael’s double accounted for three more Edgerton runs. Mitchell Cercone and Jake Siebenaler had two RBI apiece. The quartet of Carter Knecht, Travis Perry, Cameron Schaper and Logan Sack had one RBI each. Josh Bailey and Michael Pryslak contributed for the Eagles with one RBI each. The Bulldogs used three pitchers as Cercone got the start and faced seven batters allowing two hits and striking out three in two innings pitched. Hug relieved Cercone in the third and threw for two innings facing eight batters and allowing one hit with two strikeouts. Michael finished the contest pitching the fifth inning allowing two hits from the five batters he faced.  North Cetral also used a trio of pitchers as Colton Schmunk got the start and faced 21 Edgerton batters. He allowed 1- hits over two innings with one strikeout. Pryslak came to the mound in the third inning facing 13 batters overtwo innings and gave up three hits. Dalton Joice was the final pitcher and he faced 11 batters and gave up three hits.

Tinora 11, Edon 10

In an eight inning slugfest the Tinora Rams outlasted Edon for the non-conference win. The Bombers were up 6-1 after four innings but the Rams clicked off nine runs over the final three innings to send the game in to an eighth frame. Their one run in the eighth was enough to lead them to the win. Edon was led at the plate by Tyler Seaman and Carson Brandt as they  contributed two RBI apiece on a pair of RBI. Landon Bloir added a single and a double.  Levi Brandt took the loss as he pitched one inning giving up two hits and the winning Ram run.

Swanton 17, Pettisville 1

The Bulldogs scored all their runs in the first four inning including nine in the second to dominate the Blackbirds. Jordan Nyler finished two for two, Gunnar Oakes and Michael Lawniczak were two for three each.  John Rufenacht was one for one for Pettisville. Johnston took the win allowing one hit and Barhite the loss giving up 12 hits.

Wauseon 10, Fairview 0

Wauseon’s Brady Rupp threw a complete game shutout as the Indians won their third game of the young season. Rupp allowed four hits including three strikeouts in the five inning contest. Rupp then helped his own cause as the senior drove in two runs with his one hit. Brady Kinnersley and Franklin Peralta also drove in two runs apiece. Also collecting RBI for the Indians were Jac Flory, Carter Bzovi and Josh Whitcomb. Travis Smith finished with two hits in his three plate appearances.

Hilltop 8, Montpelier 7

The Cadets used three runs in the bottom of the seventh to squeak out the non-conference win. Nic Schieber led the charge with two hits in four at bats and contributed with three RBI. Quinn Smith, Levi Grant and Jack Blaisdell had one RBI apiece. The Locomotives got RBI from Kolton Uribes, Caleb Haines, Andrew Luke and Wyatt Gulick who had a pair of runs batted in. The Cadets used three pitchers in the win. Haynes got the start and allowed five hits in 2.2 innings and had six strikeouts. Kohl Collins came in and was on the mound for 3.2 innings and gave up three hit. Smith pitched the final .2 inings with one strikeout.  The Locomotives used two pitchers during the game. Luke pitched 4.2 innings allowing six hits giving up five runs and had four strikeouts. Wyatt Beck came in in relief and pitched the final 1.2 innings allowing five hits and giving up three runs with two strikeouts.

Archbold 1, Napoleon 0

Archbold clung to a 1-0 lead from the very first inning enroute to the win over Napoleon. Ben Bucklew drove in Toby Walker during early action as he finished one for two at the plate for the Streaks. Lathon Babcock had another strong outing along with his second straight shutout. Archbold’s ace allowed five hits with four strikeouts.


Liberty Center 5, Montpelier 4

Dakota Benner pitched five innings and Bryer Bentley finished the last two allowing only one run. Tanner Sanders and Daryke Bass had two hits in the loss.

Hilltop 15, MVCD 0

Trenton Figy threw a no-hitter as the young Cadets sailed to victory. Figy threw a total of 94 pitches and struck out seven batters. Christian McKinney deliverd with three hits and two RBI. Other two RBI efforts were turned in by Ben Routhier, Braden Gorsuch and Baiden Jones. Routhier and McKinney’s hits included one double for Routhier and two for McKinney.


Archbold 3, Bowling Green 2

The Bluestreaks got wins in forst singles as Jereme Rupp defeated Luther Shinew in straight sets 6-0, 6-0. Erik Short needed three sets to down Andrew Slembarski 4-6, 7-5, 6-3. Josh Kidder made it a sinles shutout for Archbold with a 6-2, 6-1 domination of Josh Slembarski. In doubles play, Bowling Green got a pair of victories as Alex Messenger and John Johnston defeated Alex Short and Lucas Rupp 6-7, 4-6. In second doubles Richard Payne and Michael Short fell to Preston Mormon and Erik Schempf 4-6, 3-6.

Wauseon 4, Upper Sandusky 1

The Indians played dominating tennis at Upper Sandusky and it paid off with a non-league win. In first singles Conner Hicks was a winner over Sam Duiess 0-6, 6-3, 6-4. In second singles Derek Zimmerman disposed of Noah Frey in straight sets 6-3, 6-3 and Evan Kost was a 6-3, 6-3 winner in third singles over Tommy Martin. In doubles action Aaron Spieles and Tristen Uribes were 3-6, 6-4, 6-0 winners over Turner Dilley and Nate Hensel. The only loss for the Indians came in second doubles where Taylor Wilcoxin and Brady Blaylock were defeated 6-1 7-6 (7-5) by Chad Mostoller and Alex Brodman.


Archbold 120, Pettisville 12

4×800 relay: Archbold 9:08.2; 110 hurdles: C. Collins (A) 21.1, 100 meters: N. Waidelich (A) 11.9; K. Ott (A) 12.0; L. Tijerina (A) 12.3; 4×200 relay: Archbold 1:38.6; 1600 meters: L. Garrow (A) 5:13.6, L. McQuade (A) 5:14.5, B. Johns (A) 5:19.0; 4×100 relay: Archbold 47.9; 400 meters: K. Schaffner (A) 58.9, D. Nieves (A) 59.3, J. Rychener (P) 1:03.1; 300 hurdles: D. Girdham (A) 45.7; C. King (A) 49.9, S. Rychener (P) 50.4; 800 meters: M. Kinsman (A) 2:18.3, C. Garrow (A) 2:18.9, B. Gray (P) 2:26.9; 200 meters: J. Fisher (A) 23.8, N Blankenship (A) 24.5, K. Ott (A) 25.0; 3200 meters: J. Rodriguez (A) 11:41.1, E. Warner (P) 12:22.8; 4×400 relay: Archbold 3:49.7; Discus: E. Esqueibel (A) 117’2”, L. Carmody (A) 115’5”,  C. Waidelich (P) 102’7”; Shot Put: L. Carmdy (A) 40’4”, E. Esquibel (A) 38’, B. Ball (A) 35’10”; Long jump: N. Waidelich (A) 16’ 11.5”, Z. Morrison (P) 16’ 6”, S. Rychener (P) 16’ 5”; Pole vault: I. Esquibel (A) 11’, K. Schaffner (A) 9’, S. Bechtel (A) 9’; High jump: J. Fisher (A) 5’6”, C. Wooley (A) 5’4”, J. Rychener (P) 5’.

Montpelier 157.5, Edon 53.5, North Central 24, Fayette 19

Discus: Cook (M) 107’5”, Musser (M) 97’1”, Kohl (E) 89’, Robertson (E) 84’7”, Griffiths (F) 83’2”; High jump: Friend (M) 5’6”, Bloir (E) 5’2”, Waterson (M) 5’2”, Pease (E) 4’8”, Strubberg (M) 4’8”; Long jump:; Friend (M) 18’9”, Wang (M) 18’5.5”, Reed (E) 16’10.25”, Vassar (NC) 16’5”, Howard (E) 16’.25”; Shot put: Musser (M) 42’4”, Cook (M) 36’11”, Prekop (M) 36’.5”, Goodnight (M) 35’4.75”, Robertson (E) 34’2.5”;  Pole vault:Mason (M) 10’6”, Walkowski (E) 10’6”, Grubb (M) 9’, Julian (E) 9’, Traxler (NC) 9’; 4×800 relay: Montpelier 7:01.3, Fayette 9:30.6, Edon 9:51.9; 110 hurdles: Synder (M) 15.3, Bloir (E) 18.0, Faler (NC) 18.8, Traxler (NC) 20.1, Julian (E) 21.0; 100 meters: Snyder (M) 11.4, Royer (M) 11.9, Cooley (M) 12.0, Stine (M) 12.3, Batt (E) 12.4; 4×200 relay: Montpelier 1:36.9, North Central 1:49.1, Edon 1:49.2; 1600 meters: LaDuke 5:10.9, Waterson (M) 5:12.8, Rediger (M) 5:13.8, DeCant (F) 5:21, Vassar (NC) 5:22.9; 4×100 relay: Montpelier 46.5, North Central 52.9; 400 meters: Miller (M) 55.3, Mason (M) 56.6, Rings (M) 57.1, Bumb (M) 1:00.1, Wherle (NC) 1:01.5; 300 hurdles:Snyder (M) 41.0, Bloir (E) 46.5, Abram (M) 48.2, Traxler (NC) 48.7, Eisk (E) 1:00.5; 800 meters: Pheils (F) 2:15.6, Blake (M) 2:15.7, Schuman (M) 2:21.6, Hutchinson (M) 2:32, Eicher (E) 2:37; 200 meters: Stine (M) 25.8, Cooley (M) 25.9, Ater (E) 27.1, Pease (E) 27,2. Rupp (E) 27.3; 3200 meters: Waterston (M) 11:14, DeCant (F) 11:19, Sokas (NC) 11:43, Rediger (M) 11:46, Vassar (NC) 11:48; 4×400 relay: Montpelier 3:42.4, Edon 4:13.9, Fayette 4:17.9.

Wauseon 105.5, Evergreen 34, Tinora 33.5

Wauseon winners included: 4×800 relay: 8:44.7; 110 hurdles: Seth Hutchison 17.1; Long jump: Austin Bachman 20’10.5”, Pole Vault: Danny Hench 10’, 400 meters: Chase Reynolds 55.3; Shot put: Austin Rotroff 44’ 3.5”; High jump: Austin Rotroff 5’6”; Discus: Austin Rotroff 127’6”; 300 hurdles: Seth Hutchison 44.4; 3200 meters: Caleb Blanchong 10:40.3; 4×400 relay: 3:46.1.

Evergreen winners included: 100 meters: Van Wert 11.6; 4×200 relay: 140.2.


Archbold 72, Pettisville 58

4×800 relay: Pettisville 10:01.6; 100 hurdles: H. Herring (P) 20.6; 100 meters: G. Lee (A) 14.8, L. Richardson (A) 14.8, S. Ranzau (A) 15.1; 4×200 relay: Archbold, 1:55.1; 1600 meters: A. Leppelmeier (P) 5:36.3, N. Foor (P) 5:55.8; C. Beidon (A) 7:20.0; 4×100 relay: Archbold, 55.5; 400 meters: D. Stamm (A) 1:06.3; L. Richardson (A) 1:13.2; K. Miller (A) 1:16.7; 300 hurdles: H. Herring (P) 58.3, R. Steele (P) 1:02.9; 800 meters: A. Leppelmeier (P) 2:32.4, G. Riley (A) 2:38.4; R. Flores (A) 3:12.7; 200 meters: J. Lambert (A) 30.0, T. Waidelich (P) 31.1, G. Lee (A) 31.2; 3200 meters: N. Foor (P) 12:23.1, E. Schmucker (A) 14:59.5; 4×400 relay: Archbold 4:26.1; Discus: S. Cline (A) 105’ 3”, K. Hauter (P) 80’3”, A. Jones (A) 75’2”; Shot put: S. Cline (A) 34’9.25”, M. Crouch (P) 25’6”, K. Hauter (P) 25’ 1.5”; Long jump: E. Roth (A) 16’5”, T. Waidelich (P) 13’6.5”, L. Richardson (A) 13’ 2.5”; Pole vault: S. Ranzau (A) 8’6”, K. Short (A) 6’; High jump: R. Steele (P) 4’4”, A. Reiniche (P) 4’, M. Ticoli (P) 3’6”.

Montpelier 75, Edon 65, North Central 41, Fayette 24

Discus: Bates (F) 96’, Sonneberger (E) 79’8”, Moor (M) 68’10”, Pace (NC) 65’4”, Julian (E) 60’5”; High jump: Fruchey (F) 4’ 6”, Lemmon (E) 4’4”, Eich (M) 4’4”, Erikson (M) 4’4”; Long jump: Lashaway (NC) 13’2.5”; Eich (M) 13’2.5”, Shaw (NC) 12’10.5”, Gearhart (E) 12’6”, Tibbetts (M) 12’3”; Shot put: M. Bates (F) 30’9.25”, Jullian (E) 27’6.5”, Heather M. (NC) 25’7.5”, Marihugh (M) 24’7”, Moor (M) 23’11.5”; Pole vault: Lashaway (N) 8’, Tibbetts (M) 6’6”, Robertson (M) 6’6”; 4×800 relay: Montpelier 11:16.3, Edon 11:32.4, North Central 14:16.5; 100 hurdles: Rivers (E) 20.2, Schaffter (E) 20.74, Cozart (NC) 26.5; 100 meters: Scholma (M) 13.5, Blake (M) 14.8, Keesecker (NC) 15.1, Cheesbro (NC) 15.5, Steinke (E) 15.7; 4×200 relay: Montpelier 1:58.4, North Central 2:11.4, Edon 2:20.2; 1600 meters: Kar. Sonneberger (E) 6:20, Grime (M) 6:28.2, Kait. Sonneberger (E) 6:28.4, Brown (E) 6:35.4, Beres (NC) 6:38.9; 4×100 relay: Montpelier 56.5, North Central 1:05.4, Edon 1:05.8; 400 meters: Fruchey (F) 1:08.3, Gearhart (E) 1:12.5, Tingley (M) 1:12.6, Blake (M) 1:12.8, Zinz (NC) 1:13.8; 300 hurdles: Ewers (E) 57.4, Lyons (M) 57.6, Schaffter (E) 1:00.6, Steinke (E) 1:09.9, Shaw (NC) 1:10.8; 800 meters: Carlson (M) 2:46, Mass (M) 2:54, Kai. Sonneberger (E) 3:01, Kar. Sonneberger (E) 3:02, Grime (M) 3:10. 200 meters: Qauderer (M) 29.2, Schloma (M) 29.5, Fruchy (F) 30.7, Blake (M) 31.8, Eicher (M) 32.5; 3200 meters: Kari. Sonneberger (E) 13:39, Braun (E) 14:20, Zenz (NC) 15:11, Grime (M) 16:11; 4×400 relay: Montpelier 5:03.3, Edon 5:47, North Central 6:36.

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