Scoring Summary For Tuesday, April 19

Scoring Summary,  Tuesday, April 19, 2016

VARSITY SOFTBALL

Hilltop 12, Delta 8

Both teams got off to fast starts as the Cadets led 10-8 after three innings.  Hilltop used two more runs in the fourth then kept the Panthers scoreless the rest of the way for the non-conference win.  Karissa Crisenbery belted a home run that drove in three runs to lead the Cadets. Allie Schmitt collected three hits and one RBI along with Bailee Schmitt who also added one RBI.  Ariana Brown and Veronica Roth added one RBI for Hilltop also.  Delta totaled 14 hits including six RBI. Leading the Panthers was Erin Mazurowski with three hits and two RBI. Emily Clifton, Sara Sintobin, Madi Nodolry and Ariel Kohlofer had one RBI apiece for Delta.  Aubrey Wyse pitched the complete game for Hilltop and allowing eight runs on 14 hits while striking out three. Clifton and Sadie Burres shared the pitching duties for Delta. Clifton tossed 4.0 innings giving up 12 runs on 14 hits with one strikeout. Burres pitched the remaining two innings and allowed two hits while striking out one.

Northview 2, Wauseon 1

In a pitcher’s dual the non-league contest saw just a total of six hits, three by each team. Northview took a 1-0 lead to start the game as they Indians got a RBI from Ana Lozano to tie the game at 1-1 in the bottom of the fifth.  Northview was able to respond with a run in the top of the sixth to sneak past Wauseon for the win. Alisa Shelt led the Indians offensively and defensively. She connected for two of the Indians three hits and she pitched the complete game giving up just two runs on three hit while striking out four.

North Central 5, Pettisville 4

The Eagles soared with four seventh inning runs to earn a big BBC victory over the Blackbirds. The winning pitcher was Makayla Hayes. Hayes threw the complete game giving up four runs on 10 hits and striking out one. Offensively the junior singled and doubled to help her own cause. While Makayla Knapp contributed with a double.  Amber Klopfenstein led Pettisville with two singles and a double. Jasmyn Barton’s two hits included a single and double. Kyra Behnfeldt and Kaija Blosser had two singles apiece and Sami Tilley also singled. Behnfeldt took the loss as she pitched 6.1 innings giving up five runs on seven hits with six strikeouts.

Edon 3, Montpelier 2

The Bombers used the most of their three hits in their one run non-conference game hosting the Locomotives.  Faith Livensparger was the standout for Edon as she connected for a single that drove in two runs. Shalya Mason was one for three with a single and Hannah Kaylor added a single on one for two batting. Jordan Runyan was on the mound for two innings and got the win with two strikeouts. Haley Suffel was one for three with a double for Montpelier. Landri McKelvey was one for three with a single and RBI. Maddison Sumers one for two with a single while Caitlyn Nixon was one for three with a single. Alexis Nemire was on the hill for Montpelier pitching six innings with four strikeouts.

Archbold 18, Stryker 0

The Bluestreaks were off and running scoring 13 runs in the first two innings for the non-league win. Payton Robinson was two for two with three RBI to pace the Archbold attack. Cassi Wyse was a perfect two for two with two RBI. Emmie Peterson was two for four including a triple with two RBI and Peyton Dickman had two RBI on two hits including a double. Robinson got her fifth win of the season and remained unbeaten as she pitched two innings not giving up any runs on two hits and striking out one. Katelyn Tinsley took the loss for the Panthers as she gave up 16 hits in four innings of work. Tinsley, Miranda Maynard, Kaitlyn Wonders and Kim Stuckey had singles for the Panthers.

VARSITY BASEBALL

Edon 15, Morenci (MI) 1

After taking a 5-0 lead heading into the fourth inning, The Bomber accumulated 10 more runs for the easy win over Morenci. Included in Edon’s 13 hits were Levi Brandt with one triple and three singles accounting for two RBI and four runs. Lucas Joice two singles with two RBI and Braden Miller with a double and one RBI. Carson Brandt got the five-inning victory allowing just one run on three hits while striking out three.

Stryker 3, Archbold 1

The Panthers won their eighth game against three losses in this non-conference game scoring two runs in the top of the seventh and final inning. Shock was the offensive standout for Stryker as he batted in two runs finishing two for three at the plate. Toby Walker led Archbold finishing two for three. Ruffer was on the hill for the Panthers and pitched the complete game win. He gave up five hits and struck out four. Ian Radabaugh and Lathon Babcock shared pitching duties for the Bluestreaks. Radabaugh took the loss throwing four innings allowing three hits and striking out two. Babcock pitched three innings and gave up three hits allowing one run.

Perrysburg 7, Wauseon 1

The Indians were held to three hits and committed two errors in their loss to Yellow Jackets. Carter Bzovi, Jac Flory and Everett Bueter supplied the offense for Wauseon all with one hit each. Brady Rupp had one RBI. Brady Kinnersley got the start on the mound and pitched four innings giving up five hits while striking out one. CJ Moser relieved Kinnersley in the fifth and pitched three innings allowing three hits with two strikeouts.

Pettisville 9, North Central 1

The Blackbirds took advantage of North Central’s nine errors as they scored 12 runs on four hits. The Blackbird were led by Landon Roth with two singles and a RBI, Christian Barhite with a single and four RBI, Austin Horning with a single and a RBI and a RBI from Evan King. Steven Williams singled for the Eagles. Roth went the whole way on the hill for Pettisville allowing one hit and striking out 11. David Pinc and Michael Pryslak shared the mound for North Central as Pinc pitched three innings facing 22 batters. He finished allowing three hits and striking out one allowing 11 runs. Pryslak faced 11 batters and allowed one hit with two strikeouts.

Delta 6, Hilltop 5

The Panthers broke out to a 4-0 lead after three innings but the Cadets fought back with three in the fourth. Delta added one of their own in the bottom of the fourth. Hilltop tied the game at 5-5 as the game went into extra inning. The eighth inning run for the Panthers proved to be the game winner. Austin Sayen and Aaron Abbott collected two RBI each for Delta. Josh Beverly, Marc Callahan, Robby Arrendondo and Tim Sonick added one RBI apiece. The Cadets got RBI from Nic Scheiber, Quinn Smith, Levi Grant, Jack Blaisdell and Andrew Denton. Ryan Brooker added a double for the Cadets on his two hits as Schieber also ended with a pair of hits. Delta used three pitchers as Jacob Buchhop pitched five innings allowing six hits while striking out three. Arrendondo pitched 1.2 innings giving up three hits and Gabe Freeman, who got the win, threw 1.1 innings and gave up one hit with three strikeouts. Schieber pitched seven innings for Hilltop allowing seven hits while striking out seven. Smith took the loss pitching .2 innings and giving up one run on one hit.

VARSITY TENNIS

Archbold 5, Ayersville 0

The Bluestreaks dominated play in this non-league matchup . Alex Short was a 6-0, 6-1 winner in first singles while Luke McQuade and Joshua Cory were 6-1, 6-0 winners in second and third singles. Doubles teams of Michael Short and Lucas Rupp and Richards Panyn and Ozzie Juarez were each 6-0,6-1 winners.

Wauseon 5, Bryan 0

The Indians netted a shutout win over the Golden Bears. Conner Hicks won in first singles with a 7-6, 6-4 win over Bryan’s Eliot Pitman. Derek Zimmerman defeated Longenberg in second singles 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 and Evan Kost got by Kollin Klingler in third singles 6-1, 6-2. In double action Aaron Spielies and Tristen Uribes bested Zeke Ferrell and Mason King 6-4, 6-0 and in second doubles Tyler Wilcoxon and Brady Blaylock were 4-6, 6-4,6-3 winners over Eric Gendron and Colt Arthur.

 

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