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NEW BREMEN — Justin Tenkman allowed no hits and a walk while striking out five in a seven-inning complete game as the host Cardinals defeated Jackson Center 5-0 in high school baseball Friday.

Patrick Wells had three hits, including a home run, and three RBI, and Grant Selby had two hits and an RBI.

Ada 5, Ridgemont 0

ADA — Winning pitcher Phillip Coulson allowed four hits and no walks while striking out eight in a seven-inning complete game. Coulson also had two hits and an RBI. Austin Amburgey had three hits, including a double and Connor Frazier had two hits and two RBI also for Ada.

Bath 17, Kenton 0

BATH TOWNSHIP — Winning pitcher Tyler Mauk allowed one hit and a walk while striking out eight in five innings. Mauk also had three hits, including a double, and four RBI. Lex Boedicker had a triple, a double and an RBI and Cole and Carter Parapiano each had two hits and an RBI. Brooklyn Bays doubled for Kenton.

Riverdale 13, Hardin Northern 3

DOLA — Daylin Pees had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Owen Wetherill had a triple and a single for Hardin Northern.

Tinora 12, Paulding 3

PAULDING — Evan Edwards had two hits for Paulding.

Fort Jennings 7, Arlington

ARLINGTON — Aaron Kloeppel had two hits and two RBI, Kyle Norbeck had three hits and an RBI and and Evan Hoersten had two hits for Fort Jennings.

Celina 4, Shawnee 3

CELINA — Parker Mauer had a double, a single and two RBI, Grant Wagner and Caden Highley each had two hits and an RBI and Bransen Miller, Kyle Stein and Ethan Piper each had two hits for the host Bulldogs in the nine inning affair. Kale Ebling had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI and Jacob Cowan had a hit and two RBI for Shawnee.

Pleasant 22, Upper Scioto Valley 3

PLEASANT TOWNSHIP — Wayne Lowery had a double and two singles and Connor Sanders had a single and two RBI for USV.

Lima Central Catholic 8,

Delphos Jefferson 3

DELPHOS — Shaun Thomas tripled and Will Gephart and Will Garlock each doubled for LCC.

St. Marys 3, Wapakoneta 2

ST. MARYS — Trey Fisher’s sacrifice fly scored Dylan Trogdlon, who opened the bottom of the 12th inning with a triple, with the winning run. Trogdlon also tripled earlier and had an RBI. Fisher finished with a hit and two RBI. Cooper Talowsky and Ryan Carrico each doubled and had an RBI for Wapak.

Spencerville 6, New Knoxville 4

SPENCERVILLE — Jacob Litsey had two hits and an RBI and Kale Lee and Drake Mertz each doubled for Spencerville.

Jakob Rollins had three hits for New Knoxville.

Coldwater 7, Liberty-Benton 0

COLDWATER — Jacob Wenning, Ross Weigel and Will Broering combined to allow one hit and no walks while striking out three for the Cavs. Wenning also had a double and a single. Austin Riethman had two hits and an RBI and Will Broering had a hit and two RBI.

Kalida 2, Patrick Henry 1

KALIDA — Winning pitcher Tyler Klausing allowed no earned runs, two hits and two walks while striking out nine in three innings of relief. Owen Recker got the save, recording a pair of strikeouts in a single inning. Ethan Schmenk had two hits and Matt Kehres had two RBI for Kalida.

Defiance 5, Van Wert 3

VAN WERT — Jake Lautzenheiser had two hits and Parker Conrad doubled and had a pair of of RBI for the host Cougars.

Fort Recovery 4, Houston 2

FORT RECOVERY — Joe Homan had two hits and two RBI and Kody Shinabery and Ryne Post each had two hits for the host Indians.

Perry 6, McComb 3

MCCOMB — Ryan Yingst had two hits and Braden Dalton had a pair of his for Perry.

Softball

Lincolnview 16, Continental 1

CONTINENTAL — Winter Boroff had a triple, double and single, Kendall Bollenbacher had two doubles and a single and Laken Brant and Andi Webb each had three hits for Lincolnview. Mackenzie Rayle, Jessica Stauffer and Kennedy Hiltner each had two hits Continental.

Ridgemont 8, Ada 5

ADA — Emma Smith had three hits, including a double, and an RBI, Amanda Howland had two hits and an RBI and Jackie Ramsey had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI for Ridgemont. Alexis Waugh had a home run, a double and two RBI, Kiersten Cortez and Alexis Ennis each had two hits and an RBI and Aubrey Madison had two hits for Ada.

Crestview 16, Kalida 5

KALIDA — Hannah Binnion had three hits, including a double, and three RBI, Lexi Gregory had two hits, including a triple, and three RBI, Bailey Gregory had two hits and an RBI and Haley Speith had two hits for Crestview. Mya Schmitz had three hits and two RBI and Emily Buss had two hits and an RBI.

Paulding 6, Montpelier 1

MONTPELIER — Winning pitcher Haylee Dominique had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI, Gabbie Stallbaum had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and Jalynn Parrett had two hits for Paulding.

Ottawa-Glandorf 14, Elida 4

ELIDA — Taylor Kuhlman had two doubles and an RBI, Erica Annesser had three hits, including a double, and two RBI, Haley Karhoff had two hits and a pair of RBI and Kenzi Cupp had a single, a triple and an RBI for O-G. McKenzie Miller had a single, a double and an RBI for Elida.

Defiance 10, Van Wert 8

DEFIANCE — Lauren Moore had three hits, including two home runs, and five RBI for the visiting Cougars.

LCC 9, Delphos Jefferson 6

DELPHOS — Kennedy Parker had a home run, a double and two RBI, Zaria Keys doubled twice and had a pair of RBI and Sophia Luchini had two hits for LCC.

Arcanum 4, Coldwater 3

ARCANUM — Molly Steinke had two hits, including a home run, Maddie Steinke singled and doubled, Kate Leichty had two hits and Leanne Klenke homered for the visiting Cavaliers.

Fort Recovery 17, Fort Loramie 8

FORT LORAMIE — Jackie Homan had three hits, including a home run and a double, and five RBI, Lydia Wenning had four hits, including a home run and a double, and four RBI, Brenna Homan had two doubles, two singles and two RBI, Macy Shinabery had a double, a single and an RBI, and Macy Day had two hits for the visiting Indians.

Parkway 12, Lehman Catholic 5

SIDNEY — Bailey Strickler had a home run, a double and three RBI and Alyssa Miller had a single, double and triple for the visiting Panthers.

Celina 9, Shawnee 5

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Gracie Chilcoat homered, Maddy Luebke tripled and Maddie Kuehne doubled for the visiting Bulldogs. Kayla Seitz tripled and Laken George doubled for the Indians.

Boys tennis

Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Elida 1

ELIDA — Singles players Carter Welch and Colin Welch and the doubles teams of Drew Kuhlman and Kamron Maag and Nolan Unterbrink and Sam Schmenk all won matches for O-G (4-0). Riley Fricke won for Elida.

Shawnee 5, Celina 0

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Singles players Carter Schaaf, Chris Paysen and Gabriel Rutter and doubles teams Hannes Scutt and Tate Stewart and Garrett DeMoss and Brayden Ward all won matches.

Wapak 3, St.Marys 2

WAPAKONETA — Singles players Jeffrey Adkins and John Doll and the doubles team of Austin Hancock and Noah Kirby won for the host Redskins. Andy Vogel and the doubles team of May Kawalec and Evan Tennant won for St. Marys.

LCC 4, Lima Senior 1

LIMA — Singles players Aaron Simmons, Brady Koenig and Jake Evans and the doubles team of Drew Hubbard and Hayden Bader all won for LCC at at Collett Street Courts. The Lima Senior doubles duo of Noah Phillips and Michael Bishop won by default.

Ada 3, Van Wert 2

VAN WERT — Singles players Cade Mullins, Isaac Spar and Miranda Wills all won for Ada. The doubles teams of Kaden Thomas and Nathan Ruger and Jace Fast and Nick Carter were winners for Van Wert.

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