Roundup: Allen East, Bath split baseball doubleheader


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Baseball

Allen East 6, Bath 4

BATH TOWNSHIP — Winning pitcher Jordan Motter allowed one earned run, nine hits and no walks while striking out 11 in seven innings. Braylen Kennedy had four hits and two RBI and Nate Ketchum had two hits and an RBI for Allen East. Lex Boedicker had three hits, including two doubles, and an RBI and Austin Williams had two hits and an RBI for Bath.

Bath 11, Allen East 4

BATH TOWNSHIP — Winning pitcher Skyler Lhamon allowed one earned run, three hits and three walks while striking out 10 in 6 2/3 innings. Boedicker had two doubles and an RBI and Cade Price had two hits and an RBI, Carter Parlapiano had two hits, including a double, and three RBI and Gabe Butler had a hit and two RBI also for Bath. Ketchum had two hits, including a double, and teammate Garrett Newland had a hit and an RBI.

Van Wert 4,

Northwestern 3

DAYTON — Ethan Rupert knocked in TJ Stoller with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth at Day Air Ballpark, home of the minor league Dragons.

Starter Owen Treece and winning pitcher Luke Wessell combined to allow no earned runs, five hits and three walks while striking out 12 in nine innings.

Jacob Place had three hits, including two doubles, and Ethan Rupert had two hits, including a double, and an RBI also for the Cougars.

Archbold 2, Ottoville 1

TOLEDO — Starter Ryan Suever and Trae Schlagbaum combined to allow one earned run, four hits and a walk while striking out five in seven innings at Fifth Third Field, home of the minor league Mud Hens. Jack Langhals had a hit and an RBI also for the Big Green.

Leipsic 9,

Patrick Henry 6

HAMLER — Tyler Sickmiller had two hits and two RBI, Jeremy Tajavarez had two hits and an RBI and Lorenzo Walther had a double and two RBI for Leipsic.

Fort Jennings 7,

New Knoxville 4

NEW KNOXVILLE — Jon Grote had two hits and an RBI, Eli Brown and Jake Wiechart each had two hits and Zach Schulte and Aidan Grothouse each had a hit and two RBI for Fort Jennings. Luke Stachler had two hits and Brandon Smith had a hit and an RBI for New Knoxville.

Van Buren 12,

Hardin Northern 11

VAN BUREN — Owen Wetherill had a hit and three RBI and Zachary Spearman had three hits and three RBI for Hardin Northern.

Kenton 4, Ada 1

ADA — Starting pitcher Jarron Willoby and winning pitcher Kyle Thrush combined to allow five hits and three walks while striking out eight in seven innings. Zac Swaney had a hit and two RBI also for the Wildcats. Jacob Morgan had a triple and an RBI for Ada.

Russia 2,

Fort Recovery 0

RUSSIA — Cobe Wendel had two hits for Fort Recovery.

Russia 7,

Fort Recovery 5

RUSSIA — Daniel Patch and Landon Post each had two hits and two RBI for Fort Recovery.

Montpelier 12,

Delphos St. John’s 2

DELPHOS — Brady Kerner had a hit and an RBI and Brady Zalar had two hits for DSJ.

Boys tennis

Elida Invitational

ELIDA — Gahanna won the team title with 16 points followed by Shawnee (12), Elida (8) and Wapakoneta (0).

Shawnee’s Gase Burke won the singles division.

Wauseon 3, Van Wert 2

WAUSEON — Singles player Micah Rager and the doubles team of Ian Cowan and Evan Knittle won for Van Wert (6-6).

Softball

Columbus Grove 9,

Bluffton 6

COLUMBUS GROVE — Kam Utendorf had three hits and Shay Schroeder had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for Grove. Riley Busch had a three-run home run for Bluffton.

Ada 9, Kenton 8

ADA — Leona Dalton homer in the bottom of the seventh to give the Bulldogs the victory. She finished with three hits, including a double. Lexi Waugh had two hits, including a home run, Daicy Robinson had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Katie Sizemore had a home run, a double and three RBI also for Ada. Jasmine Reisinger had two hits, including a double, and three RBI, Emily Pees had a triple and an RBI and Lacie Nichols had a double and an RBI for Kenton.

Ottoville 13,

Holgate 10

HOLGATE — Grace Brinkman had three hits, Emma Birr had two hits and an RBI, Allie Honigford had two hits, including a triple, and four RBI, Hannah Wenzlick had a hit and two RBI, Brooke Kortokrax had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI and Rachel Kemper had two hits and an RBI for Ottoville.

Parkway 10,

Van Wert 1

VAN WERT — Winning pitcher Bo Bates and Danielle Huff combined to allow two hits and three walks while striking out eight in seven innings. Avery White had two hits and two RBI, Meg Henkle had three hits, including a double, and five RBI and Abbi Taylor had three hits also for the Panthers. Carlee Young and Emilee Phillips had Van Wert’s hits.

Parkway 18,

Van Wert 5

VAN WERT — Madison Louth had two hits and an RBI, Lydia Miller had two hits and an RBI, Madalyn Heindel had two hits and two RBI, Henkle had a hit and three RBI and Maddie Jacobs had three hits and two RBI for Parkway. Phillips had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Sydnee Savage and Abbi Marbaugh each had a hit and an RBI for Van Wert.

Coldwater 22,

Ridgemont 11

RIDGEWAY — Grace Stammen had three hits and two RBI, Claire Steinke had a double, two home runs and six RBI, Madison Wendel had two hits, including a home run, and four RBI, Kennedy Voskuhl had three hits and four RBI and Izzy Byer had three hits, including a double, and two RBI for Coldwater. Emma Smith had two hits and an RBI, Brooke Nelson had two hits, including a double, and two RBI, Hannah Shoffner had a hit and two RBI and Amanda Howland had two doubles and two RBI for Ridgemont.

Coldwater 15,

Ridgemont 0

RIDGEWAY — Winning pitcher Wendel allowed four hits and two walks while striking out nine in five innings. Stammen had three hits, including a triple, Molly Steinke had two home runs and five RBI, Claire Steinke had three hits, including a home run, and four RBI, Macy Sheffer had three hits and an RBI and Maddie Sheffer had two hits and three RBI for Coldwater. Smith had two hits for Ridgemont.

St. Henry 4,

Houston 1

ST. HENRY — Winning pitcher Carlee Rethman allowed no earned runs, eight hits and a walk while striking out six in seven innings. Sydney Schwieterman had two hits and Dakota McCann had a hit and an RBI also for the Redskins.

St. Henry 8,

Houston 6

ST. HENRY — Carlee Rethman had three hits, including a double, and an RBI, Claire Wendel had a double and two RBI and Lauren Robinette had a hit and two RBI for St. Henry.

Bowling Green 3, Bath 1

BOWLING GREEN — Claire Foust had two hits, including a double, and Dylan Grigsby, Shelby Marstellar and Elena Oliver each had a hit for Bath.

Wayne Trace 15, LCC 9

LIMA — Jaylen Roehm had a double and two home runs, Abby Watkins had two hits, including a double, and Kristina Zupan, Mary Kate Dee and Kennedy Parker each had two hits for Lima Central Catholic.

Wayne Trace 23, LCC 12

LIMA — Parker had four hits, including two home runs, Madalena Knotts had four hits, Roehm had three hits and Sophia Luchini and Kyla Badea each had two hits for LCC.

Bellefontaine 11,

Wapakoneta 1

BELLEFONTAINE — Aryka Watt had a hit and an RBI and Maddi Doseck and Corrin Wilder each had a double for Wapak.

Toledo Start 20,

Lima Senior 9

LIMA — Tillie Nelson had three hits, including a home run, Dakota Lewis had a double and two RBI, Emma Hipsher had two hits and an RBI, Aniyah Hollon had two doubles and two RBI and Anna Engberg had two hits and an RBI for Lima Senior.

Toledo Start 16,

Lima Senior 0

LIMA — Hollon doubled and teammates Ti’Ana Spivey and Tatum Twining each had a hit.

Colleges

Men’s tennis

UNOH 4, Indiana Tech 2

LIMA — The University of Northwestern Ohio won the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference tournament. Also, the Racers’ Sergio Conde was named the conference player of the year and was joined on the all-conference singles list with teammates Marcos Salazar and Malik Omarkhanov. Conde and Salazar were also named all-conference in doubles and UNOH’s Jeff Brown was selected as the coach of the year.

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