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Ottawa-Glandorf’s Tyler Ellerbrock threw a five-inning one-hitter when the Titans rolled to a 13-0 baseball win over Fort Jennings on Monday.



Ellerbrock was perfect through five innings except for an infield single. He struck out four and did not have a walk for O-G (5-0).



Corey Imm had a triple, two singles and three RBIs. Tyler Zender had two hits and three RBIs and Cody Bockrath had two hits and two RBIs. Jake Hashbarger also had two hits.



Fort Jennings is 3-3 this season.



[header 12]Miller City 2



Kalida 0



Ross Lehman threw a four-hit shutout for Miller City (3-1, 1-0 PCL). He struck out eight and walked five.



Brent Hovest had two hits for Kalida (0-2, 0-1 PCL).



[header 12]Coldwater 4



LCC 3



Freshman Malave Bettinger went 3 for 3, including a double, and drove in two runs for the Cavaliers (6-1). Matt Selhorst got the win with 2 2/3 inning of relief.



For LCC (2-3), Nick Watkins had two hits and Cory O’Dowd hit a home run.



[header 12]New Knoxville 8



Fairlawn 7



New Knoxville fell behind 7-2 before tying the game with five runs in the fifth inning, then winning it in the bottom of the seventh.



In the seventh, Shane Topp led off with a walk then stole second and third base. After two intentional walks, Wes Meyer drove in the winning run.



[header 12]Riverside 11



Waynesfield-Goshen 1



Lake Turner had three hits and Cole Sackinger had two for the Tigers.



[header 12]New Bremen 2



St. Marys 0



Clay Bertke allowed only two hits and struck out 11 for the Cardinals in their win.



[header 12]Celina 2



St. Henry 1



Kyle Berry and Kaleb Kuhn combined to hold St. Henry to one run and Jimmy Luebke had two hits and an RBI for Celina.



Alex Post and Brian Kremer had two hits for St. Henry.



[header 12]Fairbanks 1



Perry 0



Fairbanks got only three hits off Perry pitcher Cory Smith (11 strikeouts, 1 walk) but came away with the win.



[header 12]Defiance 9



Paulding 2



Austin Hancock, Adam Schaffer and Robbie Zeigler all had two hits for Defiance (5-0).



[header 12]Fort Recovery 9



Ansonia 1



Chad Schroer had three hits, drove in two runs and scored two runs for the Indians. Elijah Kahlig blasted a home run.



[header 12]Parkway 8



Van Wert 7



The Panthers scored three times in the top of the seventh inning to go home with a win.



Jordan Stephenson had two hits for Parkway. For Van Wert, Nathan Stoller had three hits and Joey Hurless, Andrew Todd and Cody Keirns all had two hits.



[header 12]Ridgemont 9



Temple Christian 1



Isaiah Stover had two hits for Ridgemont.



[header14]Softball



[header 12]Shawnee 6



Kalida 1



Kay Shick doubled twice and was the winning pitcher for Shawnee (8-0). Shelby Lucas added two hits for the Indians.



Whitney Smith had three hits for Kalida.



[header 12]Van Wert 13



Lima Senior 0



Van Wert raised its record to 4-2 win a win over the Spartans (0-2).



[header 12]Parkway 11



Antwerp 1



Sierra Fent went 3 for 3 with a triple and two RBIs and struck out eight on her way to getting the win for the Panthers.



[header 12]Marion Local 6



Allen East 3



Kristi Moorman and Mindy Puthoff launched home runs and Heather Mescher was 2 for 2 for the Flyers in their win.



Marci Meeker had two hits for Allen East.



[header 12]Fairbanks 8



Perry 0



Ashley Rausch threw a one-hitter for Fairbanks.



[header 12]Arlington 13



Hardin Northern 1



Hardin Northern (4-1, 0-1 BVC) lost for the first time. Lea Rowe had a home run, a triple and a single for the Polar Bears.



[header 12]Covington 4



Minster 3



Covington scored in the bottom of the 11th inning for its win. Sara Hosey and Marissa Conrad each had two hits for Minster.



[header14]Tennis



[header 12]LCC 5



Bath 0



Lima Central Catholic lost only one game in the three singles matches and lost only one set overall.



[header14]College



[header 12]Ohio Northern 6



Bluffton 5



Ohio Northern rallied for three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to beat Bluffton 6-5 in college baseball.



Cory Martin hit a two-run double to score the tying and go-ahead runs in the eighth inning for the Polar Bears (11-12).



Bluffton is 13-12 this season.


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