Roundup: Columbus Grove, Lima Senior split baseball doubleheader


By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



Columbus Grove’s Dane Schroeder slides into second with a stolen base as Lima Senior’s Hunter Smith receives the throw during Saturday’s doubleheader at Lima Senior.

Columbus Grove’s Dane Schroeder slides into second with a stolen base as Lima Senior’s Hunter Smith receives the throw during Saturday’s doubleheader at Lima Senior.


Jose Nogueras | The Lima News

LIMA — Lima Senior bounced back with an 11-2 baseball victory against Columbus Grove after dropping Saturday’s opener 6-4.

In the 6-4 contest, Dane Schroeder had three hits and two RBI, Nick Woods had three hits and an RBI and Owen Fuerst had two hits for Grove. Ethan Logan had two hits and three RBI and Caleb Dugan had two hits for Lima Senior.

In the 11-2 affair, winning pitcher Bryce Binkley allowed no earned run or walks and four hits while striking four in seven innings. Dugan had two hits and three RBI, Adrian Bowsher had a hit and two RBI and Hunter Smith had two RBI for the host Spartans.

Perry 5, New Bremen 4

PERRY TOWNSHIP — Louis Hoersten knocked in Keaton Miller with one out in the bottom of seventh to give the Commodores the victory. Luke Vonderhaar had two hits and an RBI for New Bremen.

Miller City 5,

Lima Central Catholic 4

MILLER CITY — Mark Kuhlman and Tyler Schroeder each had a double and a single and Chase Kuhlman had two hits for Miller City. Derek Pignataro, Derek Jennings, Shaun Thomas and Brayden O’Dell each had two hits for LCC.

Miller City 1, Parkway 0

MILLER CITY — Winning pitcher Noah Otto allowed six hits and a walk while striking out five in seven innings.

LCC 5, Parkway 1

MILLER CITY — Winning pitcher Derek Jennings allowed no earned runs or walks and five hits while striking out four in seven innings. Dru Smith doubled and had an RBI for LCC. Nick Hawk had two hits for Parkway.

Allen East wins 2

RAWSON — Allen East defeated 17-2 and 12-7 against Cory-Rawson.

In the 17-2 triumph, winning pitcher Cole Fletcher allowed one earned run, three hits and three walks while striking out two in five innings. Reid Spencer had four hits and three RBI, Nate Ketcham had three hits and three RBI, Tyler Clum had three hits and Fletcher had two hits and three RBI. In the 12-7 win, Clum had four hits and Blake Hershberger had two hits for Allen East.

Arlington 10, Bluffton 9

BLUFFTON — Cayden Rayle had two hits and three RBI, Brayton Businger had two hits and two RBI, Brady Romick had two hits and an RBI and Evan Mayden had two hits for Bluffton.

Kalida 12, Continental 1

CONTINENTAL — Winning pitcher Owen Recker allowed no earned runs, two hits and three walks while striking out six. He also had two hits and three RBI. Zach von der Embse and Trevor Lambert each had two hits and Gabe Hovest and Josh Recker each had three RBI also for Kalida.

Fort Jennings wins 2

FORT JENNINGS — The host Musketeers won 7-3 and 7-2 against New Knoxville.

In the 7-3 victory Thomas Cavelage had three hits and an RBI, Brad Eickholt had two hits and a stolen base, Derek Luersman had a hit, two RBI and a stolen base and Brandon Wehri had a hit and two stolen bases for Fort Jennings. Jonah Lageman had two hits and Ben Lammers and Jack Barthalomew each had a hit and an RBI for the Rangers.

In the 7-2 contest, Kyle Norbeck had three hits, an RBI and a stolen base, Cavelage had a hit and two RBI and Aaron Sealts had two hits and a stolen base for Fort Jennings.

Delphos Jefferson 10,

Riverdale 0

DELPHOS — Winning pitcher Brenen Auer aloowed four hits while striking out four. Hunter Haehn had two hits, an RBI and two stolen bases, Darius Shurelds had two hits and an RBI and Tyler Bratton had two hits and two stolen bases for Jefferson.

Softball

Wapak sweeps

WAPAKONETA — The host Redskins won 5-0 and 15-0 against Bellefontaine.

In the 5-0 win, winning pitcher Alex Daum allowed three hits and a walk while striking out five in five innings. Savannah Oen had a triple and two RBI. In the 15-0 victory, winning pitcher Grace Jolly allowed four hits and two walks while striking out five in five innings. She also had a triple, a double and four RBI. Lexi Jacobs had three hits and two RBI, Mackenzie Roop had two hits and two RBI and Maddie Doseck and Alyssa Camper each had two hits and an RBI.

Coldwater 11, Miller City 0

MILLER CITY — Winning pitcher Maddie Steinke allowed two hits and no walks while striking out six. She also had three hits and four RBI. Maura Hoying had two hits, including a home run, four RBI and Olivia Harlamert had two hits for the visiting Cavaliers.

Allen East sweeps

RAWSON — Allen East beat Cory-Rawson 15-2 and 17-3.

In the 15-2 win, Olivia Lawrence had two doubles and Chloe Lawrence and Sydney Miller each had a double for Allen East. In the 17-3 victory, Riley Newland had two doubles and Alex Briley, Summer McCloskey and Gracie Young each had a double for Allen East.

Bath sweeps

BATH TOWNSHIP — The host Wildkittens defeated Bowling Green 10-7 and 6-3.

Kali Armstrong had a home run, a double and a single, Chandler Clark had four hits, including a homer, Tara Cooper had four hits, Riley Iiames had a single and double and Kennedi Sullivan homered on the day.

Kalida 15,

Delphos Jefferson 6

DELPHOS — Hannah Smith had four hits and four RBI, Hannah Warn had four hits and two RBI, Melanie Meyers had three hits and two RBI and Kiona Gray had two hits and two RBI for Kalida. S. Stevenson had three hits and an RBI, Michelle Rode had two doubles and Audrey North had two hits and two RBI for Jefferson.

Elida drops 2

BELLEFONTAINE — Elida fell 11-6 and 22-5 to Benjamin Logan.

In the 11-6 encounter, Mckenzie Miller had a double, a single and two RBI for Elida. In the 22-5 contest, Miller had two doubles, a single and three RBI.

Bluffton sweeps

BLUFFTON — The host Pirates defeated Arlington 13-3 and 14-4.

In the 13-3 win, Averey Rumer had four hits and two stolen bases, Katie Prater and Kayla White each had two hits and two RBI and Mara Minnig and Bekah Hoff each had two RBI for Bluffton. Winning pitcher Libby Schaadt had 10 strikeouts. In the 14-4 victory, winning pitcher Aimee Ritter allowed one earned run, seven hits and no walks while striking out one in five innings. Prater had three hits, including a grand slam home run and a double, and five RBI, Rumer had two hits, including a triple, and two stolen bases and Schaadt had a home run and three RBI.

Boys tennis

Thunderbird Invitational

LIMA — Ottawa-Glandorf (107 points) won the team title followed by Shawnee (97), Bluffton and Lima Central Catholic (81 each), Maumee Valley Country Day (43) and Lima Senior (29).

Shawnee’s Michael Rutter won the first singles title and teammate Jackson Schaaf was the second singles champ. Ottawa-Glandorf’s Drew Kuhlman and Zach Balbaugh won the first doubles crown. O-G’s Craig Recker and Kevin Recker (second doubles) and Ben Schaub and Colin Welch (third doubles) also won their divisions.

Girls track & field

Wayne Warrior

Elite Invitational

HUBER HEIGHTS — Lima Senior finished seventh out of more than 50 teams with 40 points Friday night. Lincoln won the team title with 60.5 points.

Lima Senior’s Briana Wright broke her own school record in the discus with a throw of 144 feet, 11 inches to finish second. She was also seventh in the hammer throw (113-04).

Suerethia Henderson defended her title in the 100 with a time of 12.46 seconds. Teammate Corion McDonald Gordon finished eighth in 13.38.

The 800 relay team of Deji’Ona Shurelds Simpson, Henderson, McDonald Gordon and Elyse Kelley won with a time of 1:43.52. The 400 team of Ka’Niyah Stevens, Henderson, Kelley and McDonald Gordon was second in 49.47.

Colleges

Men’s golf

ORCC tourney

LIMA — Ohio State Lima/Rhodes State finished second out of eight teams Saturday at the par 72 Colonial Golfers Club.

Miami-Hamilton won the team title with a score of 311. OSU Lima finished at 335.

Paulding graduate Shane Lumpkins and Miller City grad Austin Lammers led OSU Lima with 82s to finish in a tie for sixth overall. Celina grad Drew Rosengarten had an 83 also for OSU Lima to finish eighth. James Leisinger from MU-Hamilton was medalist with a 73.

MU-Hamilton finished the regular conference champion with OSU Lima finishing second.

Columbus Grove’s Dane Schroeder slides into second with a stolen base as Lima Senior’s Hunter Smith receives the throw during Saturday’s doubleheader at Lima Senior.
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