Scoring Summary For Friday, May 6

Scoring Summary  Friday, May 6, 2016


Bryan 14, Wauseon 1

The Golden Bears strung up 16 hits to prevail in this NWOAL matchup. Leading the hit parade for Bryan were Emily Gorzelanczyk, April Rickenberg and Bailee Speelman with three hits each. Grace Voigt, Trista Savage with two hits and Kenzie Andrews, Kaitlynn Antigo and Kelsee Terrell with one hit each. One of Speelman’s hits was a home run as she led her team with five RBI. Wauseon’s two hits during the game came from Ally Tefft with a double and Erin Douglass with a single. Savage was stellar on the mound for Bryan as she pitched the complete game giving up one run on two hits and striking out eight. Tefft had a rough appearance for Wauseon as the Golden Bear bats connected for 14 hits and 13 runs. Ana Lozano came in for .2 innings giving up one run on two hits.

Hilltop 8, Holgate 0 (Game One)

The Cadets scored all eight runs over the first three innings in the non-conference victory. Bailey Funkhouser led the attack with three hits producing two RBI. Ariana Brown, Danny Ackley and Julia Dunson each had two hits with Ackley driving in a pair of runs. Allie Schmitt and Veronica Roth hat one hit apiece with Roth driving in three runs with her double. Schmitt’s triple brought in one run. Aubrey Wyse pitched all five innings giving up five hits with eight strikeouts to earn the shutout victory.

Hilltop 10, Holgate 0 (Game Two)

After leading 2-0 through three innings, the Cadets crossed the plate eight times in the bottom of the fourth for the easy second-game win. Aubrey Wyse, Bailey Funkhouser Allie Schmitt and Becca Miler accounted for eight of Hilltop’s 11 hits as they connected for two hits apiece. Veronica Roth, Ariana Brown and Julia Dunson finished one for two. Funkhouser, Schmitt and Roth finished with two RBI each. Funkhouser allowed just three hits in the five-inning shutout victory. She struck out five.

Edon 12, Stryker 0

Shalyn Mason tossed a one-hit shutout and struck out 10 as the Bombers rolled over Styrker in a BBC contest. Accounting for Edon’s eight hits were Zoe Neubig with three singles, Mason and Hannah Kaylor with doubles, and Maier, Sara Hiller and Jordan Runyan with one single each. Mason led with two RBI while Hiller, Kaylor and Neubig had one apiece. Stryker’s solo hit was on a single from K. Wonders.  J. Ramon took the loss for the Panthers as she gave up 12 runs on eight hits while striking out six.

Archbold 14, Delta 0

The Bluestreaks exploded for 18 hits to dominate the NWOAL clash with Delta. Archbold scored in every inning except the first and crossed the plate six times in the sixth. Payton Robinson gave up just two hits in her shutout victory. Robinson’s record, now 11-2, added five strikeouts.

  1. Kohler smacked a homerun and a double as she drove in a total of five runs. S. Cline and B. Hines were each three for four with Hines contributing with two RBI and Cline one RBI on her two doubles. Hayley Callahan took the loss for Delta pitching 5.1 innings and giving up eight runs on 10 hits with two strikeouts. Sadie Burres pitched .2 inning and gave up six runs on eight hits.

Pettisville 1, Patrick Henry 0

Kyra Behnfeldt gave up five hits and struck out four in Pettisville’s shutout non-conference win over Patrick Henry.  Amber Klopfenstein, Kaija Blosser, Sami Tilley, Jasmyn Barton, Mallory Riegsecker and Jaelyn Rufenacht all had one single to account for Pettisville’s six hits. The biggest single came off the bat of Blosser who scored Klopfenstein proving to be the game winning RBI.

Hicksville 6, Montpelier 1

The Locomotives’ Alexis Nemire pitched all seven innings giving up six runs on 15 hits while striking out three in the non-league loss to Hicksville. Haley Suffel led Montpelier at the plate finishing two for three with two doubles. Landri McKelvey had a pair of singles to finish two for three and Mikayla Schilt along with Rheanna Stoy were one for three, each hitting a single.


Patrick Henry 8, Montpelier 0

The Locomotives collected just four hit in their shutout loss to the Patriots in NWOAL action.  The hits came off the bats of Gunnar Matson who was one for two with a single. Also connecting for one single each were Dyllon Godfrey, Jimmy Kelley and Wyatt Gulick. Three pitchers were on the mound for Montpelier during the contest. Keaton Byers threw five innings giving up six runs on eight hits and striking out three to take the loss. Andrew Luke pitched .2 innings facing four batters and gave up two runs. Gunnar Matson finished the game going .1 inning and allowing one hit.

Archbold 5, Hilltop 2

The Bluestreaks had a shutout going into the seventh inning until the Cadets were able to bring two runs home in the non-league contest. Derek Walker led Archbold finishing two for four at the plate with two RBI. Tyler Suboski led Hilltop’s offense finishing two for three with one RBI. Ben Bucklew improved his record to 6-0 earning the win. He pitched 6.2 innings and gave up two runs on seven hits while striking out seven.  Trevor Rupp wrapped the game up pitching .1 inning with one strikeout. Hilltop used two pitchers in the game. VanArsdalen pitched five innings giving up two runs on three hits with one strikeout and Cole Haynes pitched two innings allowing three runs on three hits while striking out one.

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