Roundup: Shawnee’s Maxwell, Allen East’s Rodriguez hit grand slam homers


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Baseball

Shawnee 15, Bath 5

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Logan Maxwell had two home runs, including a grand slam, and five RBI, Jarin Bertke had four hits, Caden Vermillion had three hits, including a pair of doubles, and four RBI and Luke Cowan had a hit and two RBI for Shawnee. Carter Parlapiano had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI, Ricky Deppe had a double and an RBI and Skyler Lhamon had a hit and an RBI for Bath.

Perry 13 McComb 1

MCCOMB — Winning pitcher Jehu Muniz allowed two hits and recorded eight strikeouts in throwing a seven-inning complete game. He also had two hits, including a double, and an RBI. Joe Hoersten had three hits, including a double and JT Taviano had three hits and an RBI also for Perry.

Elida 6, Kenton 1

KENTON — Hayes Burton had a hit and two RBI and Hayes Burton had a hit and two RBI for Elida. Zac Swaney and Kyle Thrush each had a hit for Kenton.

Miller City 11, Allen East 1

MILLER CITY — Winning pitcher Caleb Giesken allowed no earned runs, three hits and two walks while striking out eight in six innings.

Austin Ruhe had two hits, including a double, and an RBI, Joe Deitering had two hits, including a home run, and two RBI, Jared Niese had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and CJ Lehman had three hits and two RBI for Miller City. Garrett Newland doubled for Allen East.

Spencerville 14, New Knoxville 3

SPENCERVILLE — Winning pitcher Cody Bockey allowed no earned runs, one hit and three walks while striking out 14 in five innings.

Tyler Koenig had three hits, including a double, and an RBI, Layne Wood had two hits and two RBI, Carter Ringwald had two hits and an RBI, Caden Johnston had two hits and an RBI and Hayden Haman had a hit and two RBI. Patrick Covert had New Knoxville’s hit.

Van Wert 2, Celina 1

CELINA — Winning pitcher Luke Wessell allowed no earned runs, three hits and three walks while striking out five in seven innings. Ethan Rupert doubled and knocked in a run for Van Wert. Zach Stein had two hits for Celina.

Lincolnview 27, Continental 4

CONTINENTAL — Landon Price had three hits, including a double and a triple, and three RBI, Collin Overholt had three hits, including a double and a triple, and three RBI, Dane Ebel had two hits, including a double, and two RBI, Adam Berryman had two hits and an RBI, Carson Fox had two hits and two RBI, Evan Miller had two hits and four RBI, Jared Kesler had two hits and an RBI and Trey Evans had a hit and two RBI for Lincolnview. Blake Elkins had three hits and two RBI for Continental.

Defiance 6, St. Marys 2

DEFIANCE — Joey Caldwell had two hits and an RBI and Braedan Trogdlon had a hit for St. Marys.

Houston 11, Fort Recovery 1

HOUSTON — Riley Will had a hit and an RBIand Daniel Patch doubled for Fort Recovery.

Ottoville 8, Antwerp 3

ANTWERP — Cooper Hanneman had two singles, a home run and three RBI and Jack Langhals had a double and two RBI for Ottoville.

Riverside 8, Upper Scioto Valley 0

MCGUFFEY — Alex Sanders and Tommy Carl each had a hit for USV.

Softball

Allen East 4, Miller City 1

MILLER CITY — Alex Rodriguez hit and grand slam and winning pitcher Maggie Wanamaker allowed two hits and two walks while striking out 16 in seven innings. Taylor Wilhelm had two hits for Miller City.

Wapakoneta 15,

Ottawa-Glandorf 0

Winning pitcher Rylie Jeanneret allowed one hit and three walks while striking out eight in five innings. Carlie Schroeder had two hits and two RBI and Tianna Thompson and Jeanneret each had a double and three RBI. Kenzi Cupp had O-G’s hit.

Bath 4, Shawnee 1

BATH TOWNSHIP — Winning pitcher Dylan Grigsby (6-0) allowed no earned runs, three hits and three walks while striking out five in seven innings.

Chandler Clark had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI, Rachel Clark had a double and an RBI and Ruby Bolon had a triple and an RBI for Bath. Kaylee Grant doubled for Shawnee.

Lincolnview 20,

Continental 0

CONTINENTAL — Kendall Bollenbacher had two hits and an RBI, Taylor Post had two hits, including a double, and five RBI, Destiny Coil had two hits, including a triple, and three RBI, Addysen Stevens had three hits, including a triple, and three RBI, Hanna Young had two hits and two RBI, Andi Webb had three hits and an RBI and Annie Mendenhall had a hit and three RBI. Alli Scott doubled for Continental

Fort Recovery 8,

Fort Loramie 3

FORT LORAMIE — Jackie Homan had two hits, including a home run, and an RBI and Chloey Grisez had three hits and an RBI for Fort Recovery.

LCC 6, Minster 5

MINSTER — Zaria Keys had three hits and two RBI and Sophia Luchini and Kyla Badea each had three hits for Lima Central Catholic. Winning pitcher Jaylen Roehm homered.

Elida 3, Kenton 2

ELIDA — Kylie Biglow and Lacie Moening each had a hit and an RBI for Elida. Riley Reed had two hits and Brylee Ramge had a double and an RBI for Kenton.

Riverside 18, Upper Scioto Valley 2

MCGUFFEY — Emma Hunsicker and Graesen Evans each had a hit and an RBI for USV.

Kalida 29, Cory-Rawson 14

Ella Schumacher had two hits and four RBI, Emily Buss had two hits, including a double, and three RBI and Kassidy Hipsher had a double, a triple and two RBI for Kalida. Frankie Duncan had three hits and five RBI and Jocelyn Peterson and Madison Bixler had two hits each for C-R.

Paulding 13, Wayne Trace 12

PAULDING — Gabbie Stallbaum scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the eighth to give the Panthers the victory. Stallbaum also had a single, a home run and four RBI. Leigha Egnor had a single, home run and two RBI, Megan Harpel had two hits and an RBI also for Paulding.

Wapak-Marion Local

start time changed

WAPAKONETA — The start time for Saturday’s Marion Local at Wapakoneta game has been moved to 10:30 a.m. in order to get the game in before possible showers arrive.

Boys tennis

Van Wert 5,

Celina 0

VAN WERT — Singles players Jace Fast, Sam Moonshower and Bryce Miller and the doubles teams of Micah Rager and Kaden Thomas and Ian Cowan and Evan Knittle all won matches.

Ottawa-Glandorf 5,

Wapakoneta 0

Singles players Carter Welch and Colin Welch and the doubles team of Jaden Lehman and Josh Walls all won matches. Singles player and Eli Schmenk and the doubles team of Hayden Kuhlman and Bryant Schroeder won by forfeit.

St. Marys 4, Defiance 1

Singles players Joey Vanderhorst, Kameron Maclean and Rhett Chisholm (SM) and the doubles team of Isaac Wibbeler and Connor Milner won matches for St. Marys.

Shawnee 5, Bath 0

Singles players Gabe Burke, Mason Stahl and Mac Davis and the doubles teams of Brayden Ward and Niel Ok and Seth Grieshop and Jackson Carpenter won matches.

Girls sports

Jefferson soccer,

golf coach openings

DELPHOS — Jefferson has openings for head varsity girls soccer and golf coaches. To be considered, candidates must submit a cover letter, resume with references and a copy of certificate/license. Send documents to Delphos City Schools, Attn: Kent Smelser, Athletic Director, 901 Wildcat Lane, Delphos, Ohio 45833

Colleges

Football

Heidelberg 42, Ohio Northern 35

TIFFIN — Senior Brody Hahn (Louisville) threw for a school-record 463 yards, but Heidelberg scored with 34 seconds left to edge Ohio Northern 42-35 in a shootout for the Ohio Athletic Conference West Division title in the Bendekovic Bowl on Friday night at Hoernemann Stadium.

The Polar Bears fall to 3-1 overall and finish second in the OAC West Division with a 3-1 league record. They will host John Carroll for third place next Friday night at 7 pm at Dial-Roberson Stadium.

The Student Princes (4-0, 4-0) will travel to Mount Union to play for the OAC title next Friday night.

It was also the 10th annual Bendekovic Bowl, which honors the late Ronnie and Jason Bendekovic, who served as assistants at ONU and Heidelberg, respectively. HU now owns a 8-2 record in the series.

Hahn broke the previous school record of 452 yards set by Shane Franzer in a 1999 Playoff victory at Hanover (Ind.) He also accounted for all five of ONU’s scores, rushing for three TDs and throwing for two more.

He also tied the single-game record of 29 completions, going 29-of-41 on the day. He equaled the scored set on three separate occasions by Shane Franzer at Mt. Union in 1999, Joe Zarlinga against Otterbein in 1997 and by Mike Eicher against Muskingum in 1984.

HU scored on its first two possessions to go up 14-0.

Hahn then got the Polar Bears on the board with a 2-yard run, making it 14-7 with 1:36 left in the first quarter. Northern marched 75 yards in eight plays on its second possession of the game.

He then scrambled in from 5 yards out to make it 21-14 with 9:46 left in the half, capping a 13-play 75-yard scoring drive.

After forcing a HU punt, Northern marched 99 yards in 10 plays and tied the game at 21-all with 2:45 left in the half on a 25-yard pass from Hahn to junior Austin Eick (Rossford).

Northern scored on three of its four first half possessions and Heidelberg scored on four of its five first half possessions as the hosts led 28-21 at intermission.

Hahn snuck in from a yard out with 2:27 left in the third quarter to get ONU within 35-28.

Heidelberg’s next drive reached the ONU 15-yard line before stalling and senior Ty Pegram (Medina) blocked HU’s 32-yard field goal attempt with 13:33 left in the game to keep it a one-score game.

Northern then marched to the HU 2-yard line, but turned the ball over on downs with 7:34 to play.

An interception by senior A.J. Marks (Guysville/Alexander) gave ONU the ball at its own 41-yard line.

Three plays later, Hahn hit junior Austin Eick (Rossford) on a 53-yard TD pass to tie the game at 35-35 with 4:47 left.

HU then marched 65 yards and scored on a 6-yard run with 34 ticks left to go back ahead.

ONU drove into Berg territory, but a desperation hook and ladder and lateral play was eventually fumbled near the HU 35 to end the game.

Freshman Noah Miller (Coldwater) caught a career-high nine passes for 96 yards and Eick caught seven passes for 134 yards for Northern.

Freshman Peyton Wilson (Lima/Shawnee) had 14 tackles, junior Jevon Taylor (Fort Wayne, Ind./North) had 12 tackles and sophomore Collin Flynn (Sagamore Hills/Nordonia) had 12 tackles to lead the Ohio Northern defense.

Junior All-American Brock Martin (Attica/Seneca East) ran 21 times for 56 yards.

Tayy Yearby ran 27 times for 194 yards and a score and Drew Sims completed 21-of-32 passes for 288 yards and three scores for HU.

The two teams combined for 1,044 yards, with Heidelberg holding a slight 525-519 advantage.

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