Scoring Summary Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Varsity Softball (regular season)
Stryker 28, Fayette 6
The Panthers closed out their season on a positive note with a dominating performance against the Fayette Eagles in Buckeye Border Conference action. Stryker scored seven runs in the first inning then added seven more in the second. They did not let up there as they continued the parade of runs with five in the third and then got the knock out in the bottom of the fourth with nine runs to finish the game after five innings. The Eagles scored one run in the first, two in the second and three in the top half of the fifth. Haylee Dickerson pitched the complete-game victory giving up the six runs on six hits while striking out five. Emma Shindledecker led the way with an in-the-park homerun as she also produced a double along with five RBI. Miranda Pegorch finished with four RBI on a single, double and triple. Dickerson helped her own cause as she finished with a single, two doubles adding four RBI. K. Wonders’ single and double drove in two runs. K. Stuckey, Sierra Walters and J. Ramon finished with one RBI apiece. The Eagles used three pitchers as D. Blosser pitched three innings giving up 19 runs on 11 hits to go along with her three strikeouts. Brubaker pitched one inning giving up three runs on three hits. Smith finished the game on the mound as she gave up six runs on two hits. Graduating seniors for Stryker include Haylee Dickerson, Sierra Walters and Miranda Pegorch.
DIVISION IV District semifinal
Fairview 6, Edon 3
With the score tied 3-3 at the end of regulation, the Apaches crossed the plate three time in the top of the eighth to decide the tournament winner. Hannah Kaylor was three for four at the plate to lead Edon’s offensive attack. Faith Linvensparger and Shalyn Mason finished two for four. Linvensparger delivered a double with one of her hits. Mason was in the circle for the Bombers and pitched the complete game. She gave up six runs on nine hits with six strikeouts.
Archbold 8, Patrick Henry 1 (regular season)
The Bluestreaks ended their NWOAL campaign with a 6-2 mark with their win over Patrick Henry. After the Patriots took a 1-0 lead in the second inning, the Streaks responded with five runs in the third to propel them to the win. Bryce Williams and Toby Walker led the charge as Williams finished with three RBI and Walker two. Nic Rodriguez added to the offense finishing two for four. Ben Bucklew improved to 7-0 on the season as he threw the complete game giving up the one run on five hits with five strikeouts.
Montpelier 2, Evergreen 0 (regular season)
The Locomotives finished the league season 2-6 with their win over the Vikings. Wyatt Beck and Gunnar Matson shared their talents on the mound for Montpelier to earn the shutout win. Beck threw 5.1 innings giving up four hits while striking out four to get the win credit. Matson finished the remaining 1.2 innings and gave up no hits with one strikeout. Bryce Hudik took the loss for Evergreen giving up the two runs on six hits while striking out six. Andrew Luke led the Locomotives’ offensive attack finishing two for three with a single and double. Jimmy Kelley, Wyatt Beck and Wyatt Gulick were all one for two with one single apiece. Colin Rockey finished one for one with a single. Evergreen got one for three performances from Noah Eisel, Levi Carson and David Moore. Moore connected for a double while Eisel and Carson each singled. Teagan Pinkelman was one for two with a single.
Wauseon 4, Springfield 1
The Indians closed out their 2016 campaign with a record of 17-4 with their win over Springfield. Wauseon swept singles play as Conner Hicks won in first singles with scores of 6-2, 6-0, Derek Zimmerman was a 6-1, 6-0 winner in second singles and Evan Kost was a 6-1, 6-0 winner in third singles. The lone Indians loss came in first doubles where Aaror Spieles and Tristan Uribes fell 7-5, 6-4. Taylor Wilcoxon and James Allen prevailed in second doubles 6-0, 6-0.
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