Roundup: Miller City’s Kuhlman throws baseball no-hitter


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PANDORA — Winning pitcher Chase Kuhlman allowed no hits and a walk while striking out 15 in a seven-inning complete game as Miller City (10-7, 4-1 Putnam County League) defeated Pandora-Gilboa 6-0 in high school baseball Tuesday night.

Cole Niece had a double and a single, Eli Ellerbrock and TJ Michel each had two base hits and Caleb Giesken had a hit and two RBI.

Leipsic 1, Ottoville 0

LEIPSIC — Winning pitcher Dylan Schroeder (6-1) allowed one hit and two walks while striking out 14 in seven innings. Leipsic only run came in the fifth on a squeeze bunt by Cole Rieman.

Elida 5, LCC 1

LIMA — Winning pitcher Jordan Davis and Luke Burger combined to allow two hits and eight walks while striking out 10. TJ Whipple had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and Max Parker had a hit and two RBI. Michael Briggs had a hit and an RBI for Lima Central Catholic.

Kalida 11,

Continental 1

KALIDA — Winning pitcher Owen Recker allowed no hits and two walks while striking out 18 in a six-inning relief appearance after Continental had gotten it only hit on a double by Dockery. Trevor Lamber had two hits and two RBI, Ethan Schmenk had three RBI, Luke Erhart and Matt Kehres each had two hits and David Peck had a hit and two RBI as Kalida improved to 12-2 overall and 5-0 in the Putnam County League.

Minster 5, Bath 2

MINSTER — Jack Heitbrink had a double and a single for the host Wildcats. Lex Boedicker had two hits and Austin Sakemiller had a hit and an RBI for Bath.

Wapakoneta 6,

Fort Recovery 0

WAPAKONETA — Winning pitcher Brady Erb and Timmy Bruns combined to allow one hit, a Ryne Post double, and three walks while striking out eight in seven innings. Nathan Ambos had a hit and two RBI and Ryan Carrico tripled and had an RBI.

Celina 8, St. Marys 7

ST. MARYS — Bransen Miller had two hits and three RBI, Grant Wagner had two hits, including a double, Caden Highly had two hits and Kyle Stein had a hit and two RBI for Celina.

Elgin 10,

Hardin Northern 2

DOLA — Owen Wetherill had three hits, including a triple, and two RBI for Hardin Northern.

Shawnee 15,

Delphos St. John’s 4

DELPHOS — Winning pitcher Logan Maxwell had four hits and an RBI, Johnny Caprella had three hits and an RBI, A.J. Brown had a double, a single and four RBI and Jarin Bertke had a double and a base hit for Shawnee. Chandler Skym had a double, a single and an RBI and Gavin Fittro and Tony Sanders each had a double and an RBI for St. John’s.

St. Henry 6, Easton 2

ST. HENRY — Jay Knapke had four hits and two RBI and Marc Siefring had a pair of hits and two RBI for the host Redskins. Winning pitcher Sam Lefeld (5-0) allowed no earned runs, four hits and four walks while striking out seven in a six-inning outing.

Paulding 3,

Crestview 1

CONVOY — Winning pitcher Hunter Kauser and Westen Phlipot combined to allow six hits and four walks while striking out four in seven innings. Phlipot also had a hit and an RBI and teammate Evan Edwards had two hits and an RBI. Korbin Hartman had a hit and an RBI for Crestview.

Riverside 10,

Upper Scioto Valley 1

MCGUFFEY — JJ Overs had a triple and two singles and Quinn Sanders had a base hit and an RBI for USV.

Softball

Sectional semifinals

Division II

Shawnee 6, Bryan 0

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Winning pitcher Abbey Ambroza allowed one hit in seven innings. Shalon McNeal had four hits, including a double, Mackenzie Peterman had two hits and Morgan Altenbach had a double and two RBI for Shawnee, which will travel to Celina for a p.m. game Friday.

Wapakoneta 4,

St. Marys 3

WAPAKONETA — In the seventh inning, after Maddi Doseck scored on a single by Corrin Wilder to tie the game, the Redkins won when Wilder scored on an error.

Wilder and teammate Addy Allen each had a hit and an RBI. Emma Birt had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI and Alyssa Alexander had a hit and two RBI for the Roughriders. Wapak will travel to Bath for a 5 p.m. Friday game.

Division III

Patrick Henry 9,

Ottawa-Glandorf 0

HAMLER — S Porinchok had O-G’s hit.

Liberty-Benton 19,

Coldwater 16

COLDWATER — Maddie Sheffer had four hits, including a home run and two doubles, and five RBI, Maddie Steinke had three hits, including two doubles, and three RBI, Audrey Ziebler had three hits, including a double, and two RBI, Kate Leichty ahd three hits, including a double, and an RBI, Leanne Klenke had a double, a single and two RBI and Macy Sheffer had two doubles and an RBI for Coldwater.

Regular season

Leipsic 11, Ottoville 1

LEIPSIC — Winning pitcher Jacelyn Hermiller allowed three hits and a walk while striking out five in a five-inning complete game. Hannah Mortimer had a double, two singles and three RBI, Ally Kirkendall had a double and two singles and Jala Hazelton had two hits and two RBI for Leipsic.

Minster 8, Parkway 3

ROCKFORD — Mara Schmiesing had a two RBI triple and Karly Richard knocked in three runs for Minster. McKenna Temple went 2 for 3 with two RBI for Parkway.

Riverside 11,

Upper Scioto Valley 0

MCGUFFEY — Emma Hunsicker and Briona Hurley each had a hit for USV.

All-MAC

Minster’s Taylor Homan (player of the year) and Robb Hemmelgarn (coach of the year) received top honors in the Midwest Athletic Conference.

Joining Homan on the first team were Maddie Steinke (Coldwater), Brenna Homan (Fort Recovery), Jackie Homan (Fort Recovery), Lydia Wenning (Fort Recovery), Brooke Hartings (Marion Local), Jenna Poeppelman (Minster), Karly Richard (Minster), Kaitlyn Wolf (Minster), Kelly Naylor (New Bremen), Molly Smith (New Bremen), Allie Ford (Parkway), Macy Henkle (Parkway), Bailey Strickler (Parkway), Carleigh Deitsch (St. Henry), Caitlin McEldowney (Versailles) and Abby Stammen (Versailles).

Crestview 13,

Lincolnview 3

MIDDLE POINT — Bailey Gregory had three hits, including a double, and three RBI, Caitlin O’Hagan had three hits, including a double, and an RBI, Liv Cunningham had a double, a single and two RBI, Hannah Binnion had two hits and two RBI, Kali Small had two hits, including a double, and an RBI, Breena Grace had two hits and an RBI and Cadi Miller tripled for Crestview.

Boys tennis

Lima Senior 3, Celina 2

Singles players Jeremiah Dew and the doubles teams of Connor Brayton and Christopher Bishop and Michael Bishop and Noah Phillips all won for Lima Senior. Singles players Logan Goetmoeller and Nick Farlow won for Celina.

Ottawa-Glandorf 5,

Kenton 0

KENTON — Singles players Kamron Maag, Nolan Unterbrink and Sam Schmenk and the doubles teams of Drew Kuhlman and Parker Schomaeker and Carter Welch and Colin Welch all won as Ottawa-Glandorf improved to 17-0 overall and closed out its Western Buckeye League schedule at 9-0, sweeping the regular season, tournament and overall championships.

Signings

Lima Senior

The Lima Senior High School Athletic Department will hold a college signing event at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the gymnasium.

The following student athletes will sign their national letters of intent:

Bryce Binkley, Brescia University, Kentucky, baseball; Jarius Cobb, Capital University, football; De’Wayne Cowan, Hocking College, football; Dy’Ayra Hurley, Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York, lacrosse; Destiny McDonald, Edison State Community College, basketball; Ryan Moore, Erie Community College, football; Naeem Russell, Kent State University, wrestling; Jocquise Sheriff, ASA College, lacrosse; Rashad Wallace, Olivet Nazarene University, football; Talor Washington, Edison State Community College, basketball.

Wapakoneta

Wapakoneta’s Lexi Harrod will being signing at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday in the high school office to continue her academic and cheer career at Ashland University.

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