Scoring Summary Thursday, April 28, 2016
Liberty Center 7, Montpelier 5
The Locomotives tied the game 5-5 in the top half of the fifth inning. The two NWOAL teams battled the rest of the way sending the game into extra innings. In the bottom of the ninth Liberty Center crossed the plate for the win. The Locomotives collected 10 hits during the game. Kolden Uribes and Dillon Godfrey were one for three with Uribes’ triple and Godfrey’s single. Caleb Haines finished two for five with a single and double, Andrew Luke and Colin Rockey had one single apiece, Dalton Surbey was three for four with three singles and Gunnar Matson had one single. Matson pitched 8.1 innings giving up six runs on six hits with five strikeouts.
Stryker 1, Pettisville 0
It was a pitcher’s dual as Stryker’s Colton Benson and the Blackbirds’ Landon Roth threw complete games. Benson was the shutout winner giving up three hits and striking out nine. Roth gave up the one run in the fourth inning on two hits and also striking out nine. Austin Frisbie and Izayah Ferguson finished one for three for the Panthers while Justin Rupp, Roth and Dillon King had the three hits for Pettisville.
Swanton 3, Wauseon 0
Josh Nyler got the NWOAL win pitching the complete game shutout giving up just three hits and striking out one. Carter Bzovi pitched six strong innings for the Indians giving up three runs on two hits while striking out 11. Brady Kinnersley came in for the seventh inning and retired the side. Swanton’s two hits were off the bats of Josh Adcock and Michael Lawniczak while Brennan Spiess finished with the lone RBI. JJ Kauffman, Bzovi and Brady Rupp had the three hits for Wauseon.
North Central 6, Morenci 5
The Eagles could muster just two hits but scored but scored six times on three Morenci errors. Steven Williams gave the Eagles two RBI as did Dalton Joice with two RBI on a single. Remington Beck added a single also for North Central. Josh Bailey pitched 6.2 innings and gave up five runs on 10 hits with three strikeouts. David Pinc pitched .1 inning and got credit for the win.
Edon 3, Hilltop 0
The Bombers crossed the plate once in the first, second and third innings and held the Cadets scoreless for the BBC win. Hayden Runyan had a solid pitching performance giving up just three hits in the shutout victory. Quinn Smith was on the mound for Hilltop the whole way and gave up three runs on six hits while striking out four. Landon Bloir added a RBI to his single as Preston Klingler, Colton Lyman, Hayden Runyan, Braden Miller and Carson Brandt also added one single each for the Bombers. Smith, Ryan Brooker and Nic Schieber had singles for Hilltop.
Hilltop 21, Edon 1
The Cadets scored 12 times in the first inning as they cruised to the BBC win. Alllie Schmitt collected six RBI on three for four hitting for Hilltop. Karissa Crisenbery and Becca Miller added four RBI each as they both had home runs in the win. Veronica Roth added two RBI with her two singles. Aubrey Wyse, Bailey Funkhouser, Molly Roesch and Danny Ackley had one RBI apiece. Sara Hiller had a RBI for Edon with a home run in the fourth inning. The other two hits were turned in by Shalyn Mason and A. Meier. Funkhouser took the five inning victory giving up the one run on three hits with two strikeouts. Jordan Runyan and Mason shared pitching duties for Edon. Mason allowed 17 runs on 15 hits while striking out four over 3.2 innings. Runyan pitched the finally .1 inning giving up four runs on three hits with no strikeouts.
Liberty Center 9, Montpelier 5
The Tigers used six runs in the first two innings and then held the Locomotives to two runs the rest of the way to grab the NWOAL victory. Landri McKelvey connected for a single that produced a RBI, Rheanna Stoy contributed a single and Mikayla Schilt along with Alexis Nemire also hit singles. Peyton Houk took the loss on the mound for Montpelier pitching 3.1 innings and allowing 10 hits with one strikeout.
Pettisville 11, Stryker 1
After a 2-1 first inning in Pettisville’s favor, the Blackbirds scored nine more runs over the next four innings for the win. Kyra Behnfeldt got the complete game win as she gave up one run o five hits and struck out three. Maynard took the loss for Stryker giving up 11 runs on 12 hits with two strikeouts. Amber Klopfensten was four for four with two doubles a triple and a homrun. Behnfeldt and Kaija Blosser contributed with a single and double each and Jaelyn Rufenacht had two singles and Sami Tilley along with Marissa Beck had one single apiece. Wonders singled and doubled for Stryker while Tingley doubled.
Wauseon 8, Swanton 4
The Indians tied the game in the bottom of the fourth 2-2 and then proceeded to connect for six runs with three each in the fifth and sixth innings to prevail. Reagan Spadafore contributed four RBI on four hits for Wauseon. Erin Douglass had two RBI, Taylor Benscholter had a RBI and Oliviah Banister smacked a homerun for a RBI. Ana Lozano contributed with two runs and three hits. Ally Tefft and Alisa Shelt shared the pitching duties for Wauseon. Tefft pitched five innings giving up four runs and five hits while striking out six. Shelt had six strikeouts of her own for the Indians pitching two shutout innings and allowing one hit. Swanton’s Abby Lawson pitched the complete game and allowed eight runs on 15 hits while striking out six. Deanna Herr and Taylor Dohm had two hits each for the Bulldogs. Dohm also drove in two runs.
Wauseon 4, Ada 1
The Indians won two out of their three singles matches and swept doubles competition to gain a win over Ada. Conner Hicks lost in first singles to Zach Bescher 6-0, 6-2. In second singles Derek Zimmerman gave Wauseon a win with a 7-6, 6-2 win over Cade Mullins. Evan Kost was a 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 winner in third singles over Evan Smittle. In doubles, Aaron Spieles and Tristan Uribes were straight set winners over Drayson Lemple and Justin Light while Brady Blaylock and James Allen were 6-3,6-0 winners over Alex Gamble and Eli Garmon.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL (From Wednesday, April 27
Montpelier 16, Hilltop 0
Tanner Sanders pitched five innings in the win, with hits coming throughout the lineup.
JUNIOR HIGH TRACK and FIELD
The Montpelier Junior High boys and girls competed in a tri-meet at Bryan with Archbold. Both teams finish a close and competitive third. Earning first place points on the girls side was the 4X200 relay team of Halie Rose, Kennedy Caudill, Tristen Bexten, and Shailynn Bohner. Earning second place points were Abi Viers (200M…new PR), Emily Fritsch (high jump), and the 4X100 relay team of Halie Rose, Ashton Dick, Tory Steffes, and Shailynn Bohner. Earning third place points were Shailynn Bohner (100M), Brinn Miller (800M and 1600M), Alison Lamontagne (400M), Tory Steffes (200M), Rachel McCintosh (high jump), and Kiah Sanders (shot and disc). And finally, earning fourth place points were Ashton Dick (100M and 100 hurdles), Halie Rose (200M), Kennedy Caudill (long jump), and Ali Repp (disc). Earning first place points for the boys were Rowen Beck (200 hurdles) and the 4X100 relay team of Chandler Byers, Rowen Beck, Thomas Jay, and Eric Short. Earning second place points were Chandler Byers (110 hurdles), Jonathan Rediger (800M and 1600M), Daniel Banks (400M), Ethan Varney (200M…new personal best), and the 4X200 relay team of Chandler Byers, Cole Dewire, Rowen Beck, and Daniel Banks. Earning third place points was Tyler Phongphiou in both the shot and disc…with a new personal best in the disc. Earning fourth place points Thomas Jay (400M), Gavin Stratton (200 hurdles), and Eric Short (long jump).
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