SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The host Indians scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for a 9-8 Western Buckeye League softball victory Friday night against Ottawa-Glandorf.
Kasie Moeller had three hits and three RBI, Alyssa Windau and Morgan Golden had two hits each, McKayla Wolff had a hit and two RBI and Reagan Wheeler had three RBI for Shawnee. Windau got the win, striking out 10.
Rachel Warnecke had three hits and an RBI, Karlie Bellman had three hits, Emily Annesser had two hits and three RBI and Bailey Cramer had two hits and an RBI for O-G.
Allen East 16, Marion Local 7
MARIA STEIN — Kylie Wyss homered twice and finished with seven RBI, Alex Riley had three hits and Alexis Wireman and McKenzie Mann had two hits each for the visiting Mustangs. Alyssa Ruhenkamp had a double and two RBI for the Flyers.
Wapakoneta 9, Bath 0
WAPAKONETA — Winning pitcher Megan Fisher (9-0) threw seven innings, allowing five hits and no walks while striking out six. Emma Miller, Sierra Sammons, Blasia Moyler, Alisha Dirr and Megan Fisher all had two hits for the host Redskins. Annika Heminger had two hits for Bath.
Minster 15, Spencerville 11
MINSTER — Emma Schmiesing had four hits and four RBI, Lindsey Alberts and Taylor Homan each had two hits and an RBI, Jessica Berelsman had two hits and an RBI and Karly Richard had a hits and two RBI for Minster. Kara May had two doubles and Maddy Kline and Abby Satterfield each doubled for Spencerville.
Crestview 10, Kalida 0
CONVOY — Jada Preston had two doubles and Brady Guest and Sydney Brown had a double each for Creastview.
NEW BREMEN — The rescheduled Minster at New Bremen game will be played at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 7.
Girls track & field
DAYTON — Lima Senior finished fourth out of 18 teams with 44 points at the Edwin C. Moses Relays at Welcome Stadium.
The 800 relay team of Itayia Harris, Suerethia Henderson, Kamry Brown and Corion McDonald-Gordon finished first for the Spartans. Teammate Ricquel Williams finished second in the shot put.
WAYNESFIELD — Carey won the team title with 117 points followed Benjamin Logan (108.5), Waynesfield-Goshen (95.5), Bath (70), Allen East (66.5), Parkway (63.5), Ridgemont (59), Lehman Catholic (46), Triad (43), Indian Lake (18), Perry (9) and Riverside (2).
Boys track & field
WAYNESFIELD — Benjamin Logan won the team title with 139 points followed by Waynesfield-Goshen (126), Carey (85), Allen East (76), Parkway (70.5), Bath (63), Indian Lake (62), Perry (30.5), Ridgemont (17), Lehman Catholic (15), Triad (9) and Riverside (5).
Elida 3, St. Marys 2
ST. MARYS — Elida scored three times in the top of the first and then held on for the win. Winning pitcher Josh Bull went seven innings, allowing one earned run, five hits and three walks while striking out four. Teammate Derek Snider had a hit and an RBI.
St. Marys pitcher Nathan Wilker threw seven innings, allowing one earned run, six hits and one walk while striking out nine. Teammate Derek Jay had two hits and an RBI.
GLANDORF — Winning pitcher Blake Casady threw seven innings, allowing six hits and three walks while striking out nine. He also had two hits. Shawnee’s Tyler Moore and Tyler Hall and O-G’s Logan Balbaugh and Chase Schrieber each doubled.
Coldwater 6, LCC 4
LIMA — Aaron Harlamert had three hits and two stolen bases and Malave Bettinger had two hits, including an RBI double for Coldwater. Lima Central Catholic’s Ethan O’Connor, Regan Altenbach and Thomas Williams all doubled.
Defiance 3, Celina 1
CELINA — Seth Lonsway had three hits and an RBI for the home team.
New Bremen 10,
NEW BREMEN — Owen Leugers had two hits, including a homer, Caleb Alig had three hits and an RBI, Grant Selby had two hits and two RBI, Deion Hoehne had two hits and an RBI and Ben Schwieterman had two hits for New Bremen.
KALIDA — The Kalida varsity home game with Columbus Grove has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday.
St. Marys 4, Elida 1
ELIDA — Singles players Bobby Miller, Riley Niekamp and Cameron Dingledine and the doubles team of Bo Kuenning and Ben Hertenstein all won for St. Marys. The doubles team of Ian Klaus and Alex Yonut won for Elida.
Wapakoneta 4, Bath 1
WAPAKONETA — Singles players Emerson Hager, Alex Stinebaugh and Jian Feng Zhao and the doubles team of Riley Werling and Bryce Schlenker all won for Wapak. The doubles team of Andrew Gibson and Ben Schroer won for Bath.
Celina 4, Defiance 1
DEFIANCE — Singles players Garrett Weininger, Heath Leux and Drew Rosengarten and the doubles team of Jan Raensch and Grant Guggenbiller won for Celina.
OSU Lima 3rd
WOOSTER — Ohio State Lima/Rhodes State finished third out of eight teams in a tournament at The Pines on Friday.
Ohio University Eastern won the team title with a 336 followed by OU Chillicothe (339), OSU Lima (339) and Miami University Hamilton (349) out of eight teams.
Trevor Mudrax of OU Eastern was the medalist with a 2-over-par 74. The Barons’ Jim Thatcher (Lima Central Catholic) and Carson Williams (Ottawa-Glandorf) each shot an 81 to tie for fifth.
OSU Lima is current third in the Ohio Regional Campus Conference.
LIMA — Friday night’s scheduled at Limaland Motorsports Park was canceled because of persistent rain and wet grounds.
Mike Purdy can be reached at 567-242-0451.