LIMA — Winning pitcher Landon Price and Dane Ebel combined to allow two hits and no walks while striking out 14 in Lincolnview’s 4-0 baseball victory Saturday against Lima Senior.
Price also had a pair of hits. D’Onte Cowan and Mike Snow each had a hit for Lima Senior.
Elida 2, Leipsic 0
LEIPSIC — Winning pitcher Brayden Lybarger and Hayes Burton combined to allow two hits and three walks while striking out 16. Noah Bowman had a hit and RBI and teammate Mike Niebel doubled. Trey Schroeder and Lorenzo Walther had Leipsic’s hits.
P-G wins twice
BLUFFTON — Pandora-Gilboa defeated Bluffton 6-4 and 11-3.
In the 6-4 game, Silas Schmenk had three hits and an RBI for P-G and winning pitcher Drew Meyer allowed no runs, hits or walks while striking out 11 in five innings. T Shutler had a hit and two RBI for Bluffton. In the 11-3 encounter, Schmenk had three hits, including a double, and two RBI. Thomas Bauman had two hits and Charles Ritchey had a double and two RBI also for P-G. Braeden Jordan, Kerry Wright and Adam Fredritz each had a hit for Bluffton.
Miller City wins 2
EDGERTON — Miller City won 5-0 and 16-6.
In Game 1, winning pitcher Caleb Niese threw a complete game, allowing no runs, three hits and two walks while striking out five. Dillon Peck had two hits for Miller City. In Game 2, Austin Ruhe and Joe Deitering each had three hits, Caleb Warnimont had a double and a single and TJ Michel had a pair of hits for Miller City.
Bath drops two
FINDLEY — The visiting Wildcats fell 11-1 and 5-2 to the Trojans.
In the 11-1 game, Lex Boedicker had Bath’s lone hit. In the 5-2 encounter, Boedicker had two hits and teammate Cade Price had a hit and an RBI.
Northmont 5, Wapakoneta 3
WAPAKONETA — Cooper Talowsky had a hit and two RBI for Wapakoneta.
Indian Lake 2, St. Marys 0
ST. MARYS — Adam Tobin, Dylan Trogdlon and Joey Caldwell each had a hit for the host Roughriders.
Benjamin Logan 6,
BELLEFONTAINE — Marcel Blasingame, Josh Kaup, Alex Knapke, and Myles Blasingame each collected one hit to lead Coldwater.
Continental 7, Patrick Henry 2
HAMLER — No other information was reported about this game by deadline.
LIMA — Shawnee won the team title with 33 points followed by Lima Central Catholic (22), Bath (17), Lima Senior (16), Bluffton (13) and Wapakoneta (5).
Shawnee Gabe Burke (first singles), Mason Stahl (second singles), Brayden Ward and Seth Grieshop (B doubles) and Adam Stump and Jackson Carpenter (C doubles) and LCC’s Enrico Pittalis and Aaron Simmons (A doubles) each won division titles.
Bath wins twice
Bath defeated Shelby 13-2 and 7-4. Chandler Clark had six hits, a home run, five stolen bases and five RBI, Ruby Bolon had four hits, including a double, Esther Bolon had three hits, including a grand slam home run, and six RBI, Rachel Clark had three hits, including a double, and Abbie Dackin had three hits for Bath on the day.
Fort Recovery sweeps
DELPHOS — Fort Recovery defeated Jefferson 19-4 and 16-2.
In the 19-4 game, Jackie Homan had three doubles and six RBI and Maggie Guggenbiller had two home runs and five RBI. Anna Fitch had two hits and an RBI and Rileigh Rahrig had a pair of hits for Jefferson.
In the 16-2 encounter, Brenna Homan had three doubles and two RBI for Fort Recovery. Kendall Schrader, Avery Rahrig and Ariel Wallace each had a hit for Jefferson.
Riverdale 7, Wapakeonta 5
WAPAKONETA — Carlie Schroeder had a single and a double and Tianna Thompson and Rylie Jeanneret each had a hit and two RBI for Wapakoneta.
Elida fall twice
ELIDA — The Bulldogs fell 8-1 to Edgerton and 6-2 to Marion Local.
Against Edgerton, Erika Suever and and Leah Ramirez each had two hits.
Against Marion Local, Morgan Klett tripled. Ashlyn Bohman had a hit and three RBI for Marion Local.
Marion Local also fell 6-0 to Crestview as winning pitcher Olivia Heckler allowed two hits, did not allow a walk and recorded eight strikeout in seven innings. Heckler also had a double and a single. Laci McCoy doubled and had four RBI, Brenna Grace homered and Katelyn Castle had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI.
Carey 6, LCC 2
Maddie Knotts had two hits, Anna Wannemacher tripled and Kyla Badea doubled for Lima Central Catholic.
Troy Up and Running Invitational
TROY — Lima Senior (35 points) finished fifth with Troy (88) winning the team title.
Deji’Ona Shurelds Simpson won the 400 in 1 minute, 1.44 seconds, Jae’anna Hughes was fourth in the 100 (12.96), Cheyanne Bean was fourth in the shot put (32 feet, 2 1/2 inches), Emalea Collins was fifth in the 300 hurdles (52.55), Hailey Hahn was fifth in the 3,200 (13:29.34) in the 17 team event.
GALION — Cory-Rawson finished third (25 points) behind Galion (108) and Arcadia (69) and ahead of Crestline (15).
The Cory-Rawson 800 relay team of Katie Bish, Paige McVetta, Madison Risner and Octavia Hassan finished first in 2:00.77.
Troy Up and Running Invitational
TROY — Lima Senior (25 points) finished 10th behind team winner Troy (95.5) in the 17-team field.
Jordyn Rawlins finished second in the 100 (11.31) and third in the long jump (19-9) and Jaqaveous Upshaw was fifth in the 110 hurdles (18.4).
Cory-Rawson (27 points) finished tied for third with Crestline behind Galion (120) and Arcadia (46). Zac Stoodt won the 800 (2:29.63) and Cale Parkins won the 200 (24.69) for C-R.
ONU 9, Marietta 0
MARIETTA — Senior Mackenzie Wills, and Ada graduate, became Ohio Northern’s all-time career singles victories leader, leading ONU to a victory at Beran Tennis Center.
The Polar Bears improve to 2-0, while the Pioneers fall to 0-3.
Wills won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 3 singles for her school record 84th singles victory, breaking the previous record she shared with Meghan Letizia, who accomplished the feat from 2012-16.
She also joined with sophomore Jeorgia Templin to win 8-0 at No. 2 doubles.
Wills is also second all-time at ONU with a career record of 165-48 and is fifth all-time with an 81-30 mark in doubles matches.
Junior Ola Latala won at No.1 singles 6-2, 7-6(5) and joined with freshman Olivia Kesner, a Lima Central grad, to win at No. 2 doubles 8-4.
Kesner also won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 singles.
Senior Katie Curry won at No. 4 singles 6-2, 6-1, senior Jordan Dodson won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 5 singles and freshman Mykaela Schriber from Kenton won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 6 singles.
Curry and sophomore Regan Landiswon 8-1 at No. 3 doubles.
UNOH 2, Sienna Heights 1
LIMA — Karabo Dhlamini scored the winning goal in the second overtime as the University of Northwestern Ohio (7-2 overall and Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference) closed out the regular season. Ariana Mondiri had UNOH’s other goal on a assist by Jeweleen Reuille.
Franklin 26, Bluffton 21
BLUFFTON — Zachary Nobis completed 11 of 21 passes for 212 yards and a touchdown and also rushed 19 times for 63 yards and a score for Bluffton (3-2).
Indiana Tech 8, UNOH 0
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Payton McClain had the only hit for the Racers (7-9) with a double.
HANOVER, Ind. — Bluffton University split a pair of two-run games at Hanover College. Hanover took Game One 6-4 and Bluffton bounced back with an 8-6 victory. The Beavers moved to 2-10 overall and in the conference, while Hanover stands 7-5 on both accounts.
ONU 9, Marietta 0
MARIETTA — Ohio Northern opened its season with a sweep at the Beran Tennis center.
Juniors Andrew Cochran and Zach Beaschler, an Ada grad, led ONU by accounting for three victories.
Cochran won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, Beascher won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 singles and the duo combined to win 8-3 at No.1 doubles.
Freshman Kevya Desai won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 3 singles and joined sophomore Matt Garcia to win 8-1 at No. 2 doubles.
Sophomore Maxim Smith won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 4 singles, freshman and Ada grad Isaac Spar won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 5 singles and the two joined forces to win 8-0 at No. 3 doubles.
Senior Joji Imatomi wrapped up the match with a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 6 singles.
John Carroll 17,
Ohio Northern 6
ADA — Junior Ben Gawronski had his first career hat trick to lead Ohio Northern at Dial-Roberson Stadium.
The Polar Bears fell to 3-3 overall and 2-2 in the Ohio Athletic Conference, while the Blue Streaks improved to 5-1 (3-1 OAC).
John Carroll 26,
Ohio Northern 4
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS — Ohio Northern fell to 4-5 overall and 4-5 in the OAC, while the No. 18-ranked Blue Streaks remain undefeated at 9-0, 9-0.
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