Roundup: Lima Senior sweeps softball doubleheader


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LIMA — The host Spartans were 11-1 and 17-9 winners in softball Saturday against Perry.

In the 11-1 game, winning pitcher Dakota Lewis allowed two hits and a walk while strking out five in five innings. Els Nelson had two hits and two RBI and Ti’Ana Spivey had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for Lima Senior.

In the 17-9 encounter, Tatum Twining had a double and two RBI, Matilda Nelson had a home run and three RBI, Els Nelson had four hits, including two doubles, Spivey had three hits, including two doubles, and two RBI and Kya Horton had three hits, including a double, and three RBI for Lima Senior. Lily Floyd had two hits and an RBI, Danaisha Patton had a double and two RBI and Malia McKee had two hits and an RBI for Perry.

Wapakoneta 11,

Marion Local 2

WAPAKONETA — Allie Wilson had three hits, including a double, and two RBI, Taylor West had two hits and an RBI and Katie Lisi had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for Wapakoneta. Aliyah Arling had two hits for Marion Local.

Miller City splits

with Wayne Trace

MILLER CITY — Miller City fell 10-4 and won 13-10 against Wayne Trace.

In the 13-10 victory, Meagan Ellerbrock had three hits and an RBI, Taylor Michel had two hits, including a double, and two RBI, Tessa Deitering had two hits and an RBI, Isabelle Reyna had two hits, including a double, and three RBI and Maddie Erford had two hits and an RBI for Miller City.

In the 10-4 encounter, Deitering had two hits and three RBI, Ellerbrock had two hits, including a double, and teammate Chelsie Wilhelm doubled twice.

Continental

wins twice

VANLUE — Continental defeated Vanlue 17-9 and 14-10.

In the 17-9 game, Catelyn Etter had a triple and two RBI, Maddie Burke had three hits, including a pair of doubles, and two RBI, Tori Searfoss had two hits, including a double, and four RBI, Alli Scott had three hits, including a double, and four RBI and Tygre Troyer had two hits and an RBI for Continental.

In the 14-10 encounter, Catelyn Etter had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI, Burke had four hits, including a double, and five RBI, Madelyn Potts had two hits and an RBI, Searfoss had two hits and two RBI, Troyer had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Reese Knowles had two hits and an RBI for Continental.

Bath splits

against Perrysburg

BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath won 6-5 and lost 6-5 to Perrysburg.

In Bath’s win, Chandler Clark had three hits, including a home run and a double, and three RBI, Rachel Clark had two hits, Ava Gibson had a double and an RBI and Ruby Bolon and Esther Bolon each had a hit and an RBI for Bath.

In Perrysburg’s victory, Chandler Clark had three hits and an RBI, Esther Bolon had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Elena Oliver had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for Bath.

Bluffton splits DH

FINDLAY — Bluffton won 4-2 and fell 5-2 to Liberty-Benton.

In the 4-2 game, Riley Busch had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI and Dyllan Worcester had a single and a double for Bluffton.

In the 5-2 encounter, Sophia Bricker had three hits and Busch had two hits and an RBI for Bluftton.

Crestview 4,

Wayne Trace 1

HAVILAND — Winning pitcher Kali Small allowed no earned runs, three hits and six walks while striking out nine in seven innings. Brenna Grace had three hits and Katelyn Castle had two hits and three RBI also for Crestview.

Fort Recovery

sweeps DH

FORT RECOVERY — The host Indians defeated Frankline Monroe 11-1 and 7-5.

In the 11-1 game, Jackie Homan had four hits, including a double, and three RBI, Sophie Pearson had three hits, including two doubles, and three RBI and Macy Shinabery had two hits and an RBI for Fort Recovery.

In the 5-2 encounter, Kensey Gaerke had two hits, including a double, and an RBI for Fort Recovery.

Ridgement wins 2

SIDNEY — Ridgemont defeated Fairlawn 10-0 and 16-5.

In the 10-0 encounter, winning pitcher Haylee Howard allowed five hits and no walks while striking out seven in five innings. Hannah Shoffner had four hits and an RBI and Brooke Nelson and Braxton Thomas each had two hits and an RBI for Ridgemont.

In the 16-5 victory, Emma Smith had four hits, including a double, and two RBI, Nikki Freshcorn had three hits, including a home run, and six RBI, Amanda Howland had a double and three RBI and Thomas had three hits and an RBI for Ridgemont.

USV loses 2

NORTH BALTIMORE — Upper Scioto Valley fell 16-2 and 9-2 to North Baltimore.

In the 16-2 contest, Patiance Cole ahd a hit and an RBI for USV. In the 9-2 game, Caitlyn Cunningham had a hit and an RBI for USV.

Shawnee falls twice

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Shawnee fell to Indian Lake 10-5 and 18-5.

In the 10-5 encounter, Allie Hutchins had two hits and an RBI and Shalon McNeal and Kayla Bishop each had two hits for Shawnee.

In the 18-5 game, Bishop had two hits and two RBI and Hutchins had a double and two RBI.

Ada sweeps

Ada defeated Arlington 10-0 and 7-3.

In the 10-0 encounter, winning pitcher Leona Dalton allowed no hits or walks while striking out 16 in five innings. Katie Sizemore had two doubles and Tori Green had a pair of hits.

In the 7-3 game, Green had three hits.

New Bremen 8, Anna 6

NEW BREMEN — Kyla Stachler had three hits, including a double, and Alayna Ross had two hits, including an double, and an RBI for New Bremen.

Baseball

Lima Senior,

Perry split

LIMA — Perry and Lima Senior split a doubleheader with Lima Senior winning 14-4 and Perry earning a 11-7 victory.

In the Lima Senior triumph, D’Ontre Cowan had two hits and two RBI, Mike Snow had three hits, including a double, and two RBI and Isaah Moore had a double and two RBI. Wyatt McElroy had two hits, Ryan Yingst had a double and an RBI and JT Taviano had a hit and an RBI for Perry.

In Perry’s victory, Taviano had two doubles and three RBI and Brady Shively had two hits and an RBI. Logan Baker had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for Lima Senior.

Elida 8,

Delphos St. John’s 5

ELIDA — Nick Niebel had three hits and an RBI, Brayden Lybarger had two doubles and Noah Bowman and Brice Engle each had a hit and an RBI for Elida. Gavin Gritto had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI and Trent Lindeman doubled and had two RBI for St. John’s.

Tinora 12, Elida 2

ELIDA — Carter Harsh had a hit and an RBI and Gunnar Kuhn doubled for Elida.

Miller City 5,

Arlington 4

MILLER CITY — Caleb Giesken delivered a two-run single with two outs in the final inning. Teammate Dillon Peck doubled.

Pandora-Gilboa 7,

Hardin Northern 6

DOLA — Tommy Hovest had two hits and three RBI and Camden Teman had a hit and two RBI for P-G. Owen Wetherill had three hits, Brandon Henicle had a double and an RBI and Preston Wykes had a hit and an RBI for Hardin Northern.

Pandora-Gilboa 12,

Riverdale 2

DOLA — Ryan Johnson had two hits, including a triple, and three RBI and Jacob Maag had two hits and two RBI for P-G.

Riverdale 10,

Hardin Northern 6

DOLA — Wykes had two hits and Wetherill tripled.

Shawnee 18, Parkway 4

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Logan Maxwell had a double, a triple and an RBI, Sage Ebling had three hits and four RBI, Caden Vermillion had two doubles and two RBI, Keaton Cooper had three hits and and four RBI, Derrick Lyons had two hits and three RBI and Tyler Windau had two hits and an RBI for Shawnee.

Adam Stephenson had three hits and an RBI and Dylan Hughes had a hit and an RBI for Parkway.

Leipsic splits DH

LEIPSIC — The host Vikings defeated Edgerton 10-4 and then fell 9-4.

In the 10-4 game, Quin Schroeder had three hits, including a triple, and four RBI and Jeremy Tavarez had two hits and three RBI for Leipsic.

In the 9-4 contest, Tyler Sickmiller had two hits, including a double, Tavarez had two hits, including a double, and Mason Brandt had a triple and two RBI for Leipsic.

St. Henry 3,

Ottawa-Glandorf 0

ST. HENRY — Winning pitcher Nolan Schnitz allowed four hits and three walks while striking out 11 in seven innings. Tyler Dehan doubled and had two RBI also for St. Henry. Alex Macke, Wes Davidson, Carter Schimmoeller and Jaxon Buddelmeyer each had a hit for O-G.

Ottawa-Glandorf 11,

Marion Local 1

ST. HENRY — Winning pitcher Carter Duling allowed no earned runs, three hits and two walks while striking out seven in six innings. He also had two hits and an RBI. Carter Schimmoeller had three hits and six RBI and Trevor Schimmoeller had three hits and two RBI. Zach Bruggeman had two hits for Marion Local.

Russia 10, Marion Local 0

ST. HENRY — Hayden Wibbeler and Braden Topp each had a hit for Marion Local.

Fort Jennings 7,

Waynesfield-Goshen 1

FORT JENNINGS — Winning pitcher Zach Schulte (1-2) allowed one hit and no walks while striking out seven in 3 2/3 innings. Evan Hoersten had two hits, including a double, and an RBI, Aidan Grothouse had two hits, including a double, and two RBI, Eli Brown had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Jon Grote had two hits and an RBI for Fort Jennings. Grady Spencer and Mason Boggs each had a hit for W-G.

Van Wert splits

NAPOLEON — Van Wert fell 6-2 and won 16-7 against Napoleon.

In the 6-2 encounter, Turner Witten had two hits for Van Wert.

In the 16-7 game, Ethan Rupert had two hits and an RBI, Owen Treece had a home run and six RBI, Aiden Pratt had three hits, including two doubles, and three RBI, Witten had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and Kaiden Bates had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for Van Wert.

St. Marys drops 2

ST. MARYS — St. Marys fell 10-4 and 14-4 to Versailles.

In the 10-4 affair, Aidan Eigenbrod had two hits and Ryan Ibrahim had a hit and an RBI for St. Marys.

In the 14-4 encounter, Adam Tobin had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Dylan Trogdlon had two hits and an RBI for St. Marys.

Paulding 11, Edon 6

PAULDING — Hunter Kauser had four hits, including a double, and an RBI, Blake McGarvey had two hits, including a double, and two RBI, Payton Beckman had two hits and an RBI, Sam Woods had two hits and two RBI, Jacob Martinez had two hits and an RBI, Reid Johanns had a hit and two RBI and Andrew Adams had two hits and an RBI for Paulding.

Fairview 28,

Continental 1

CONTINENTAL — Blake Elkins had two hits, including a double, for Continental.

Lincolnview splits

HAVILAND — Lincolnview won 12-2 and lost 7-6 to Wayne Trace.

In the 12-2 contest, Landon Price had a single, a double and three RBI, Collin Overholt had two triples, a double and four RBI and Dane Ebel had a hit and two RBI.

In the 7-6 encounter, Price, Aaron Cavinder, Clayton Leeth and Dane Ebel each had a hit for Lincolnview.

Boys tennis

Ottawa-Glandorf 4,

Defiance 1

Singles players Carter Welch, Colin Welch and Eli Schmenk and the doubles team of Hayden Kuhlman and Bryant Schroeder won matches for O-G.

Track & field

Herb Hartman Invitational

TROY — The Lima Senior girls finished seventh and the Spartan boys were ninth at the invitational cut short by inclement weather.

For the girls, Deji’Ona Shurelds Simpson was second in the 400 as was the 3,200 relay team, whose members’ names were not reported.

For the boys, Jourdyn Rawlins was second in the long jump and third in the 100.

Kenton relays

KENTON — Riverdale won the girls team title with 68 points followed by Kenton (47), Bellefontaine (34) and Fostoria (9). Bellefontaine had the high boys team total of 72 followed by Kenton (44), Riverdale (36) and Fostoria (9).

Colleges

Football

Bluffton 23, Defiance 20

BLUFFTON — The Beavers Bluffton held off the Jackets thanks to a fourth quarter fumble and then a fourth down stop at the Bluffton 42 with 1:25 to play as the Beavers improved to 4-3 overall and 3-3 in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Defiance fell to 2-4 overall and in the conference.

While Bluffton came away with the victory, Defiance netted more yards on offense as the visitors garnered 330 total yards compared to 256 for the home team. Both squads struggled to move the chains on third down with Bluffton just 3-of-15 and Defiance 5-of-14. The Beavers cashed in on all three of their red-zone opportunities, including two touchdowns. The yellow laundary numbers were a huge story with Bluffton penalized 11 times for 105 yards, compared to 11 penalties and 79 yards for DC. And that doesn’t factor in the numerous offsetting 15-yarders that were never assessed.

Bluffton’s Zachary Nobis had 10 completions on the day for a total of 130 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions. Maalik Tucker led the Beavers rushing attack with 87 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. Laurenz Johnson led the receiving core with three catches for 70 yards and a touchdown. Louden Saulbeamer, Keith Holmes Jr. and Montez Archer led the way for the Beaver defense as all three finished with seven tackles.

Men’s soccer

UNOH 2, Concordia 0

LIMA — No. 8 ranked University of Northwestern Ohio advanced to the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference semifinals.

Devin Morgan had a goal and an assist and Adam Hanson had a tally. Mark McMillan made four saves to earn the shutout in goal.

The Racers will face Aquinas at Racer Stadium at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

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