ROCKFORD — Winning pitcher Jack Wehe and Justan Felver combined to allow no hits and a walk while striking out eight in five innings as Parkway defeated Upper Scioto Valley 12-0 in a Division IV baseball sectional semifinal Tuesday. Wehe also had a hit and an RBI. Nick Hawk had two hits and two RBI, Breyden Bruns had a hit and two RBI and Seth Stuckey had two RBI. Parkway will play at 5 p.m. Thursday at St. Henry.
CONTINENTAL — Winning pitcher Nick States allowed two hits and a walk while striking out nine in five innings. He also had a pair of hits and an RBI. Jarret Keck had two hits and four RBI and Gannon Prowant, Blake Elkins and Konnor Okuley each had two hits and two RBI for the host Pirates, who play at 5 p.m. Thursday at McComb.
Hardin Northern 4
DOLA — Cory-Rawson scored three times in the first inning and four times in the seventh. Logan Stuckey had two hits and Luke Wolford, Brady Boehm and Clayton Skulina each had a hit and an RBI for C-R. Daylin Pees and Lance Good each had two hits and an RBI for Hardin Northern. Cory-Rawson will next play at 5 p.m. Thursday at Kalida.
Allen East 9,
HARROD — Winning pitcher Jordan Motter, Evan Shafer and Bradden Crumrine combined to allow two hits and no walks while striking out nine in seven innings. Chase Miller had three hits, including a triple, and Dalton Clum and Carter Frey each had two hits and an RBI for Allen East. Ryan Johnson and Tommy Hovest had P-G’s hits. The Mustangs play
Crestview 10, Perry 0
PERRY TOWNSHIP — The Knights advanced to play at 5 p.m. Thursday at Minster. Kevin Miller had three hits and three RBI, Logan Liles had two doubles and Louis Hoersten had two hits for Perry.
Delphos St. John’s 7, Ada 3
ADA — Winning pitcher Luke Reindel allowed no earned runs, two hits and four walks while striking out eight in seven innings. Brady Kerner and Chandler Skym each had two hits and Dominic Metzger had a hit and two RBI also for St. John’s, which will play at 5 p.m. Thursday at Columbus Grove. Jaylin Burkhart had a hit and an RBI and Connor Frazier doubled for Ada.
Marion Local 9,
New Knoxville 1
MARIA STEIN — Gabe Link had a triple and three RBI and Kyle Francis had a hit and two RBI. Jonny Sewell had two hits and an RBI for New Knoxville. Marion Local will play at 5 p.m. Thursday at New Bremen.
LCC 6, Waynesfield-Goshen 0
LIMA — Lima Central Catholic advanced to play at 5 p.m. Thursday at Lincolnview. Winning pitcher Michael Briggs also doubled.
Van Wert 2, Coldwater 0
COLDWATER — Winning pitcher Owen Treece and Hayden Maples combined to allow four hits an a walk while striking out one in seven innings. Nathan Temple and Parker Conrad each had two hits also for the visiting Cougars. Payton Goodwin had a pair of hits for the Cavaliers.
Shawnee 3, Wauseon 2
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Johnny Caprella had two hits and an RBI and Jake Hutchins had a hit and an RBI for Shawnee.
St. Henry 1, Celina 0
CELINA — Winning pitcher Sam Lefeld (6-0) allowed three hits and a pair of walks while striking out eight in seven innings. Andrew Lange doubled in Ethan Thieman for the game’s only run. Celina Nash Weimert and Caden Highly combined to allow four hits and two walks.
Liberty Center 5
OTTAWA — Logan Miller had two hits for O-G.
Ben Logan 3,
Fort Recovery 2
BELLEFONTAINE — Ian Homan had two hits and two RBI and Regan Martin hada a pair of hits for Fort Recovery.
Coldwater’s Jacob Wenning (player of the year) and Brian Harlamert (coach of the year) received top honors in the Midwest Athletic Conference.
Joining Wenning on the first team were Cole Frilling (Coldwater), Noah Miller (Coldwater), Austin Riethman (Coldwater), Riley Post (Fort Recovery), Darrin Hays (Marion Local), Jack Heitbrink (Minster), Jack Olberding (Minster), Spencer Alig (New Bremen), Ryan Bertke (New Bremen), Zach Bertke (New Bremen), Mitchell Hays (New Bremen), Grant Selby (New Bremen), Jack Wehe (Parkway), Rylee Deitsch (St. Henry), Daylen Froning (St. Henry), Jay Knapke (St. Henry), Sam Lefeld (St. Henry), Will Eversole (Versailles) and Zach Griesdorn (Versailles).
Minster 15, Ridgemont 3
WAPAKONETA — Jenna Poeppelman had three hits, including a home run, and four RBI and Taylor Homan had three hits, including a triple, for Minster, which will play New Bremen at 5 p.m. Friday at Wapakoneta.
New Bremen 6,
Marion Local 5
WAPAKONETA — Hanna Tenkman had two hits for New Bremen, which scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. Sam Pierron had a triple and two RBI for Marion Local.
Crestview 3, Wayne Trace 1
ELIDA — Winning pitcher Kali Small (15-4) allowed four hits and two walks while striking out two in a seven-inning complete game. She also had a double, a single and an RBI. Codi Miller had a single and two RBI and Breena Grace had a pair of hits also for Crestview, which plays Lincolnview at 5 p.m .Friday at Elida.
Boys track and field
competes at state
LANCASTER — Shandon Sewell, an eighth-grader at Shawnee Middle School, qualified to compete in the OHSAA Middle School Meet shot put competition Saturday.
Sewell reached state with a school record distance of 49 feet, 5 inches. He was unable to reach the finals.
SPRINGFIELD — Indian Lake’s Dustin Franks received Athlete of the Year honors after in the Central Buckeye Conference’s Mad River division following the conference meet.
Franks was thedivision champion in the long jump (19 feet, 9.75 inches) and second in the 110 hurdles (16.59 seconds), 300 hurdles (44.35) and high jump (5-8).
Teammate Caden Paavola finished second the 1600-meter run (4:47.99), third in the 3200 (10:37.42) and fifth in the 800 (2:13.77) also for Indian Lake.
The Indian Lake 400 relay team of Carter Burnside, Dolan Miller, Gavin Dukowitz, and Ethan Parker and the 800 relay team of Burnside, Miller, Dukowitz and Austin Tron each finished second with times of 46.24 and 1:38.2 respectively.
Ben Logan captured the team championship with 149 points followed by Northwestern (95), Indian Lake (94), North Union (78), Graham (67) and Urbana (40).
CELINA — Scott Manson of Covington brought five bass to the scale Saturday weighing 13 pounds, 4 ounces, to take top honors at the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Buckeye Division opener on Grand Lake-St. Mary’s presented by Navionics. For his efforts, Manson netted $4,046.
Minster’s Curt Fiessinger who brought in five bass weighing 11 pounds, 9 ounces, earning him third place and $1,348.
Area athletic administrators have been chosen as a award recipients for 2018-19 by the Northwest-Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NW-OIAAA).
They include Wapakoneta’s Brad Rex (NIAAA State Award of Merit), New Bremen’s Gary Jones and Brett Purcell (OIAAA Athletic Administrators of the Year), Shawnee’s Dick Heath and New Bremen’s Burt Fiser (OIAAA Hall of Fame inductees) and the Northwest District Athletic Board’s Bill Hanna (OIAAA Meritorious Service Award) from Ottawa.
for 8th at nationals
OKLAHOMA CITY — The University of Northwestern Ohio is tied for eighth after the opening round of the NAIA Championship, held at the Lincoln Park Golf Club West Course in Oklahoma City.
Caitriona Griffin led the way for the Racers with a 73 while Devaki Ganesh is tied for 23rd with a 74.
The championship continues through Friday, with the Racers teeing off for their second round Wednesday morning at 8:30.
MOBILE, Ala. — The Racers won the first six matches and rolled to a victory in the opening round of the NAIA Tournament at the Mobile Tennis Center.
The Racers, despite being the No. 20 seed in the tournament compared to the Patriots being the No. 13 seed, took control by winning all three doubles contests as Radu Popa/ Lars Kaplusch won 8-5 in No. 2 doubles, Alex de Vilar / David Ayguavives won 8-4 in No. 3 doubles and Artur Culicovschi / Marcos Salazar won 9-8 in No. 1 doubles.
UNOH clinched the victory as Ayguavives won 6-3, 6-0 in No. 6 singles and Salazar 6-2, 6-2 in No. 3 singles. Popa and Culicovschi also won in three sets in No. 2 and No. 1 singles, respectively.
UNOH (14-11) faces No. 4 seed Point in the second round at 10 a.m. Wednesday. The Racers fell to the Skyhawks 7-2 on March 23.
Lindsey Wilson 8, UNOH 1
MOBILE, Ala. — The Racers fell in the opening round of the NAIA Tournament at the Mobile Tennis Center in Mobile, Alabama.
Milica Karanovic picked up the lone win for UNOH in No. 6 singles.
UNOH finishes the season with a final mark of 8-15.
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