Scoring Summary Tuesday, April 12

Scoring Summary Tuesday, April 12


Hilltop 7, Evergreen 5 (Game 1)

All 12 runs in this game were scored by the end of the fourth inning. Bailey Funkhouser slammed three hits for Hilltop while Karissa Crisenbery finished two for three from the plate. It was Baylee Scmitt’s hit that led her team with two RBI. Becca Miller and Allie Scmitt each had one RBI for the Cadets. Rachael Noe was three of four batting with one RBI. Others producing runs were Brittany Werner and Kelsie Komsasiek for Evergreen.   Funkhouser got the complete game win pitching seven innings while allowing 11 hits and eight strike outs.  Noe was on the mound for the Vikings and went the distance allowing 10 hits in six innings pitched. She had one strike out. There was only one error in the game being claimed by Hilltop.

Hilltop 5, Evergreen 4

In the one-run nightcap, the game went five innings with the Cadets holding off a surging Vikings crew. Evergreen had crossed the plate four times in the third and fourth innings to make the game close. B. Schmitt and J. Dunson collected one RBI apiece in the non-Conference win. Eden Eisel’s single scored two runs while Rachel Finny and Smithmyer had one RBI each. A Wyse held off Evergreen pitching the complete game to get the win. She allowed four runs on four hits and struck out seven.

Springfield 11, Archbold 0

The Bluestreaks ran into a buzz saw in LaPoint who allowed Archbold just three hits in the five inning non-league game. Uhl from Springfield was two for two from the plate and drove in five runs. M. Kohler led Archbold with a double on two at bats. Alyssa Ziegler took the loss as she pitched three innings giving up the 11 runs on eight hits. She struck out two. Archbold fell to 2-3 on the season.

Otsego 12, Wauseon 4

The Indians fell behind early and as Otsego scored seven runs in the first two innings. From that point, it was a 4-4 deadlock.  M. Martinez was one for two from the plate and drove in a pair of runs for Wauseon with a homerun.  Oliviah Banister added a double that brought in one RBI. Ally Tefft started on the mound, but struggled in the first inning allowing four hits and seven runs. A. Shelt entered the second inning and pitched the remainder of the game giving up nine hits that produced five Otsego runs. She had four strikeouts.

Paulding 5, Montpelier 2

After the Locomotives took a 2-1 lead after one inning,  Paulding came back with three runs in the second to hold on for the win.  Haley Suffel was two for three including two singles and an RBI. Caitlyn Nixon was one for three with a single. Peyton Houk took the non-league loss going the distance and allowing three hits, six strikeouts and three base on balls. The Locomotives stood at 1-2 in their first three games.

Pettisville 12, Stryker 2

The Blackbirds’ bats came to life with 16 hits as they ran away with the BBC victory. At the plate Kaila Blosser and Amber Klofenstein each had a pair of doubles and a single for Pettisville, also joining the hit parade were Mallory Riegsecker with two singles and double, Sami Tilley with a single and double, and Kyra Behnfeldt, Jasmyn Barton, Marissa Beck, Andrea Flory and Brittany Sauder with singles. Behnfeldt threw for the entire game and allowed two runs on five hits while accumulating nine strike outs.  Maynard took the loss for the Panthers going the distance allowing 12 runs on 16 hits and striking out two.

Liberty Center 21, Stryker 4

After leading 7-4 through three innings. Liberty Center scored 14 runs in the fourth and fifth innings to end the contest after five.  The Panther quartet of Tricia Wolfrum, Miranda Maynard, Sierra Walters and Emily Cadwell each had one RBI. Wonders had a double and a single, Wolfrum, Maynard and Miranda Pegorch had doubles and Emma Shindledecker along with Cadwell connected for singles.  Jalyn Dickerson pitched 4.1 innings allowed 14 runs on seven his and one strikeout.  Katelyn Tingley pitched the remaining 1.2 innings and allowed seven runs on six hits.

Bryan 28, Edon 3

The Golden Bears strung up 14 runs over the first three innings then matched that total with 14 more in the fourth in this five inning victory.  Bryan’s 22 RBI was helped by seven RBI from April Rickenberg as she finished four for six which included two doubles and single. Others with multiple RBI included: Trista Savage and Kaitlynn Antigo with four each and Kenzie Andrews, Whitney Whetro with two and single RBI Emily Gorzelanczyk, Grace Voight and Kayla Altaffer. Savage pitched four innings giving up one run on three hits. S. Mason, S. Hiller and S. Manahan had the RBI for the Bombers. Altaffer pitched the fifth inning and allowed two runs on one hit.  S. Mason went 3.1 innings for Edon and allowed 16 hits accumulating the 28 runs. She finished with three strikeouts. J. Runyan pitched a perfect 1.2 innings with no hits or runs.


Montpelier 9, North Central 4

The Locomotives used four runs in the bottom of the third inning and three more in the fifth to secure the win. Montpelier was led by Kolden Uribes’ two doubles and RBI. Also adding RBI for the Locomotives were Caleb Haines, Wyatt Gulick, Garrett Franton and Andrew Luke. David Pinc led North Central with a double and two singles that generated two RBI. Dakota Pitts doubled in a run and Ryan France added a single. Each team used two pitchers during the non-

league contest.  Gunnar Matson threw five solid innings for Montpelier. In facing 23 batters, he allowed five hits while striking out nine. Wyatt Beck came in in relief faced the final eight Eagle batters allowing one hit and had three strikeouts. North Central also used two pitchers. Ryan France gave up six runs in six innings and had a single strikeout while allowing one run. David Pinc threw two innings facing 10 batters and allowed three hits and three runs.

Swanton 6, Hilltop 2

With the game tied at 2-2, The Bulldogs broke it open in the top half of the fifth with three runs scored. Contributing with one RBI apiece were Bryce McComb, Jordan Nyler, Michael Lawniczak, Marek Spiess and Brennan Spiess. The Cadets got a pair of RBI from Nic Schieber and one from Cole Haynes. The trio of Nyler Noah Johnston and Zach Bloom shared the mound for Swanton with Johnston getting the win.  He went 4.2 innings and gave up one run on one hit and struck out four.  Jacob Champion took the loss for Hilltop pitching four innings and allowing five runs on seven hits. The Cadets’ got two RBI from Schieber and Haynes. Schieber hit two singles in his three at bats.

Wauseon 16, Port Clinton 2

After a 3-2 start after three innings, Wauseon exploded for 12 fourth-inning runs. Four Indian batters contributed with two RBI each including: Brady Kinnersley, Carter Bzovi, Travis Smith and JJ Kauffman. Everett Bueter, Josh Whitcomb and Brooks Gype finished with one RBI apiece. Kinnersley opened on the mound and hurled three innings giving up two runs on four hits while striking out two. Franklin Peralta pitched the fourth and fifth innings allowing one hit and striking out three.

Edon 10, Fayette 0

The Bombers’ Hayden Runyon got the shut out victory over the Eagles allowing just one hit in four innings pitched. He finished with six strkeouts. Preston Klingler, Colton Lyman and Carson Brandt added the offensive support. Klingler finished with a double and two singles and had two RBI. Lyman’s single scored two runs and Brandt’s single added one RBI. Fayette got a double from Isiah Garett and a single from Max Baker. Casen Burkholder pitched three innings for Fayette allowing six runs on four hits.


Wauseon 6, Montpelier 2

The Locomotives’ Tanner Sanders and Daryke Bass each had two hits in the defeat. Dakota Benner threw five innings and Bryer Bentley finished the last two allowing one run.  No statistics were reported for Wauseon.


Wauseon 3, Maumee CVD 2

After Conner Hicks took a loss in first singles with a score of 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, Derek Zimmerman evened te match in second singles beating Evan Abdoo 6-2, 6-0.  Envan Kost got another ‘W’ for the Indians with a dominating 6-0, 6-1 match over Sahil Katter. The match winner came in first doubles where Aaron Spieles and Tristan Uribes lobbed to victory over Ben Wielgapolski and Zach Safadi 6-3, 6-4. The duo of Mike Gill and Audel Osman won in second doubles over Taylor Wilcoxin and Brady Blaylock 6-0, 6-1.


Wauseon 95, Montpelier 70, Delta 10

100 meters:  1 Wang, Simon(M) 12.32,   2 Stein, Brandon(M) 12.39, 3 Adkins, Travis(W) 12.47

4 Cooley, Bryce (M) 12.52;  200 meters: 1 Dallas Royer (M) 24.13, 2 Mason Creager (W) 24.43, 3 Ty Leininger (W) 24.91, 4 Brandon Stein(M) 24.98; 400 meters: 1 Mason Creager(W) 53.88, 2 Austin Miller (M) 54.63, 3 Zac Mason(M) 54.81, 4 Chase Reyolds (W) 54.96; 800 meters 1 Christian Suarez (W) 2:15.48, 2 Owen Newlove (W) 2:15.98, 3 Kyrin Schman (M) 2:17.68, 4 Tre Hutchinson (M) 2:24.81; 1600 meters: 1 Christian Suarez (W) 4:55.56, 2 Caleb Blanchong (W) 4:55.85, 3 Kyle Vernot (W) 4:56.71, 4 Aaron Beck (W) 4:57.11; 3200 1 Caleb Blanchong (W) 10;37.81, 2 Kyle Vernot (W) 10:39.10, 3 Aaron Beck (W) 10:40.30, 4 Alec Waterston (M) 11:04.76; 110 meter hurdles: 1 Dylan Snyder (M) 15.24, 2 Seth Hutchison (W) 17.58, 3 Daniel Hench (W) 19.08, 4 Aaron Newland (W) 20.25; 300 meter hurdles: 1 Dylan Synder (M) 41.11, 2 Seth Hutchison (W) 43.83, 3 Alex Abrams (M) 46.16, 4 Aaron Newland (W) 48.78; 4×100 relay: 1 Cooley, Friend, Royer, Wang (M) 46.74, 2 Blanco, Adkins, Martinez, Clausen (W) i48.01, 3 Leffler, Badenhop, Cameron, Dunning (D) 48.68; 4×200 relay 1 Friend, Royer, Miller, Wang (M) 1:36.36, 2 Adkins, Leininger, Creager, Bachman 1:36.62, 3 Markovich, O’Neal, Heinemann, Badenhop (D) 1:50.42; 4×400 relay 1 Miller, Rings, Royers, Snyder 3:36.62, 2 Reyolds, Rupp, Leininger, Creager (W) 3:40.42, 3 Mason, Abrams, Bumb, Schuman (M2) 3:56.85; 4×800 relay: 1 Newlove, Suarez, Beck, Lowry (W2) 8:42.18, 2 Wilson, Vernot, Blanchong, Starkweather (W1) 8:44.95, 3 Abrams, Miller, Rings, Schuman (M) 8:50.67; High jump: 1 Austin Bachman(W) 6’0”, 2 Peyton Phillips (D) 5’10”, 3 Evan Friend (M) 5’8”; Pole vault: 1 Daniel Hench (W) 12’3”, 2 Logan Hutchinson (M) 11’0”, 3 Zac Mason (M) 11’0”; Long jump: 1 Dylan Snyder (M) 21’9” 2 Austin Bachman (W) 19’7.5”, 3 Evan Friend (M) 18’4.75”; Shot put 1 Ethan Baker (W) 45’7.5”, 2 Devon Richard (D) 44’8.5”, 3 Austin Rotroff (W) 42’2.5”; Discus: 1 Ethan Baker (W) 143’9”, 2 Devon Richard (D) 128’3”, 3 Kyle Kirkle (W) 122’8”.


Wauseon 91, Montpelier 45, Delta 35

100 meters: 1 Seneca Wyse (W) 13.89, 2 Hope Scholma (M) 13.92, 3 Alex Gray (W) 14.14, Gabby Cox (M) 14.21; 200 meters: 1 Hope Scholma (M) 28.10, 2 Seneca Wyse (W) 28.54, 3 McKenna Quaderer (M) 29.2, 4 Lexi Sauber (W) 29.92; 400 meters: 1 Seneca Wyse (W) 1:05.63, 2 Amanda Hammontree (W) 1:11.54, 3 Mary Miller (D) 1:12.24, 4 Tiarra Tibbetts (M) 1:12.61; 800 meters: 1 Jacqueline Carlson (M) 2:33.48, 2 Avery Giguere (W) 2:35.20, 3 Karli Penrod (W) 2:45.93, 4 Aubree Moss (M) 2:54.15; 1600 meters: 1 Avery Giguere (W) 5:52.20, 2 Lydia Grime (M) 6:24.94, 3 Amanda Stutzman (W) 6:28.31, 4 Morgan Eriksen (M) 8:15.01; 3200 meters: 1 Hannah Richer (W) 13:13.02, 2 Lydia Grime (M) 13:55.23; 100 meter hurdles: 1 Raegyn Price (D) 16.99, 2 Halen Mealer (W) 18.23, 3 Cassandra Lee (D) 20.31, 4 Paige Smith (W) 22.13; 300 meter hurdles: 1 Raegyn Price (D) 49.05, 2 Halen Mealer (W) 50.99, 3 Cassandra Lee (D) 56.59, Paige Smith (W) 1:01.23; 4×100 relay: 1 Cox, Blake, Scholma, Quaderer (M1) 55.00, 2 Lane, Sauber, Baynes, Gray (W1) 56.25, 3 Wright, Weishampel, Leffler, Munger (D1) 56.70, 4 Nofziger, Gray, Saldivar, Perez (W2) 1:03.84; 4×200 relay: Cox, Blake, Scholma, Qauderer (M1) 1:55.57, 2 Mealer, Lane, Hammontree, S. Gray (W1) 1:57.51, 3 A. Gray, Strauss, Smith, Smallman (W2) 2:13.25; 4×400 relay: 1 Stutzman, Hammontree, Lane, Wyse (W1) 4:38.96, 2 Carlson, Blake, Engles, Quaderer (M1) 4:58.16, 3 Tibbetts, Tingley, Albertson, Moss (M2) 5:08.92; 4×800 relay: 1 Richer, Penrod, Stutzman, Giguere (W1) 11:13.16, 2 Carlson, Grime, Engles, Moss (M1) 11:42.81, 3 Albertson, Graham, Gibler, Eitniear (M2) 13:13.92; High jump: 1 Amy Bosell (W) 4’8”, 2 Libby Munger (D) 4’8”, 3 Karli Penrod (W) 4’4” and Morgan Eriksen (M) 4’4” and Marley Eich (M) 4’4”; Pole vault: 1 Mary Miller (D) 9’0”, 2 Breann Luce (D) 7’6”, 3 Tiarra Tibbetts (M) 7’0”; Long jump: 1 Cassandra Lee (D) 13’8.25”, 2 Lexi Sauber (W) 13’6.5”, 3 Breann Luce (D) 13’2”, 4 Cecilia Saldivar (W) 12’9.75”; Shot put: 1 Kallie Strauss (W) 34’7”, 2 Miriam Triana (W) 33’0”,  3 Aliza Dauterman (W) 31’9”, 4 Rylee Campbell (W) 29’.25”; Discus: 1 Kallie Strauss (W) 106’2”, 2 Miriam Triana (W) 106’1”, 3 Aliza Dauterman (W) 83’9”, 4 Rylee Campbell (W) 78’2”.


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