NEW RIEGEL - Calvert took an early 1-0 lead over New Riegel when Alec Brickner singled home Derek Herzog in the top of the first. The score stayed that way until the bottom of the sixth when New Riegel posted two runs and take a 2-1 victory.
Josh Nye led off the Blue Jacket sixth with a double, then scored on a Jake Dryfuse RBI single. Dryfuse later came around to score the game-winning run.
Nye and Brady Hall had two-hit games for New Riegel. Matt Frank had a pair of base hits for Calvert.
Dryfuse picked up the win on the mound. He struck out five while scattering six hits. Brickner took the tough-luck loss for Calvert. He struck out three and gave up six hits.
H-L machine mauls Fremont St. Joe
FREMONT - Alex Ratchen and Tyler Tyree turned in great days at the plate Wednesday as Hopewell-Loudon hammered Fremont St. Joe 18-0 in Midland Athletic League play.
|New Riegel 2, Calvert 1|
|Calvert: Derek Herzog 2-1-1-0; Matt Frank 3-0-2-0; Alec Brickner 3-0-1-1; Clint Bogner 3-0-0-0; Ryan Huss 3-0-0-0; Brendan Deats 3-0-1-0; Jacob Vera 3-0-0-0; Cody Behm 0-0-0-0; Brian Gruss 2-0-0-0; Austin Ball 0-0-0-0; Eric Elchert 3-0-0-0. Totals: 25-1-6-1.|
|New Riegel: Andrew Hohman 2-0-0-0; Blaine Hughes 3-0-0-0; Brady Hall 3-0-2-0; Brandyn Reinhart 3-0-0-0; Josh Nye 3-1-2-0; Derek Dryfuse 3-1-1-1; Aaron Reinhart 3-0-0-0; Jared Coleman 0-0-0-0; Schalk 3-0-1-0; Aaron Acree 3-0-0-0. Totals: 26-2-6-1.|
|Calvert||100||000||0 — 1|
|New Riegel||000||002||X — 2|
|WP — Dryfuse. LP — Brickner.|
|2B — Nye (NR), Herzog (C), Deats (C)|
|Seneca East 15,|
|St. Wendelin 2|
|St. Wendelin: George Iannantuono 3-0-1-1; Brady Rutter 3-0-1-0; Josh Digby 2-0-0-0; Trent Whetsel 0-0-0-0; J.D. Nye 2-0-0-0; Donovan Scudder 1-0-0-0; Nash Baker 3-0-0-0; Alex Galvan 1-1-0-0; Brad Buhrow 1-1-0-0; Joey DeHaven 2-0-1-0. Totals: 18-2-3-1.|
|Seneca East (18-6, 6-3): Jordan Bowerman 0-3-0-1; Billy Diehm 3-2-1-1; Dalton Wise 2-2-1-1; Nate Phillips 1-0-0-0; Elliott Lee 2-2-2-3; Jake Gurney 1-0-0-0; Jason Branham 4-2-2-2; Kyle Depinet 3-1-3-4; Darin Baldosser 1-0-0-0; Adam Bauman 0-0-0-0; Mason McWilliams 1-1-0-1; Jake Nagel 3-0-1-0; Dylan Bordner 0-1-0-0; Ethan Caudill 3-1-2-2. Totals: 24-15-12-15|
|St. Wendelin||002||00 — 2|
|Seneca East||249||0X — 15|
|WP — Bowerman (5-2). LP — Scudder|
|2B — Caudill 2 (SE), Depinet 2 (SE), Lee (SE), Wise (SE)|
|Carey 11, North Baltimore 6|
|Carey (7-12, 4-5 MAL): Austin Patton 4-3-4-2; Dillon Sammons 5-3-5-2; Corbin Blair 5-1-1-0; Alex Naeyaert 5-0-2-0; Satchel Strahm 4-1-2-3; Matt Holsinger 5-0-2-1; Bryce Mullholand 5-0-0-0; Dylan Musgrave 4-0-0-0; Brady Mullholand 4-3-2-1. Totals: 41-11-18-9|
|North Baltimore (11-8): Skyler Hall 4-2-1-0; Chase Nichols 2-2-1-0; Jordan Watson 2-1-1-2; Zach Stewart 3-1-2-1; Dalton Ishmael 3-0-2-1; Jacob Frost 4-0-0-0; Brandon Solly 3-0-0-0; Austin Ickes 4-0-0-0; Brock Boyer 4-0-0-0. Totals: 29-6-7-4|
|Carey||003||300||05 — 11|
|North Baltimore||002||031||00 — 6|
|WP — Dillon Sammons (2-6). LP — Skylar Hall (NB).|
|HR — Austin Patton (C).|
|3B — Austin Patton (C).|
|2B — Ishmael (NB), Dillon Sammons 3 (C).|
|Fremont St. Joe 0|
|Hopewell-Loudon (19-1, 8-0): Austin Harrison 4-3-3-2; Logan Sendelbach 4-2-3-2; Tyler Tyree 4-4-4-3; Alex Ratchen 3-3-3-5; Austin Kuhn 4-0-2-0; Eric Depinet 2-0-0-0; Eric Tanner 4-1-2-1; Logan Kirby 3-1-1-0; Jordan Reinhart 1-0-0-0; Cody Pachlhoffer 0-0-0-0; Stephen Benner 1-0-0-0; Jordan Stewart 2-0-0-0. Totals: 32-14-18-13.|
|Fremont St. Joe (8-13, 5-4): Macielewicz 3-0-2-0; Kerr 3-0-0-0; Spade 2-0-0-0; Z. Yeakley 0-0-0-0; Jess 2-0-0-0; Weike 2-0-0-0; J. Yeakley 1-0-0-0; Micheal 1-0-1-0; Kelbley 1-0-0-0; Ysasi 2-0-0-0. Totals: 17-0-3-0.|
|Hopewell-Loudon||355||01x||x — 14|
|St. Joe||000||00x||x — 0|
|WP — Tyler Tyree (7-0). LP — Zack Yeakley (SJ).|
|HR — Ratchen 2 (HL).|
|3B — Sendelbach (HL).|
|2B — Tyree (HL), Kuhn (HL) Tanner (HL).|
|Mohawk 8, Old Fort 2|
|Old Fort (1-15, 0-7): Garet Kimmet 3-0-0-0; Cole Davidson 1-1-0-0; Brad Heilman 3-0-1-1; AJ Phillimore 1-1-0-0; Zack Thompson 3-0-1-0; Matt Goodman 2-0-1-0; Jake Wilson 3-0-1-0; Matt Wilson 2-0-0-0; Nick Yeakle 2-0-0-0; Brandon Tittle 1-0-0-0; Rob Root 1-0-0-0. Totals: 21-2-4-1.|
|Mohawk (8-8, 4-4): Aric Shock 3-1-1-1; Andrew Loose 4-0-1-0; Nathan Weinandy 3-0-0-0; Jonathan Morter 3-1-1-0; John Riedel 3-1-1-1; Mitch Brown 3-2-0-0; Wes Shaw 4-1-1-1; Devon Fredritz 3-1-1-0; Grant Gucker 1-1-0-0. Totals: 27-8-6-3.|
|Old Fort 100 000 1 — 2|
|Mohawk 000 611 X — 8|
|WP — Nathan Weinandy. LP — Matt Goodman.|
Ratchen went 3 for 3 with two homers, three runs and five RBIs, while Tyree finished 4 for 4 with four runs, three RBIs and a double.
Tyree (7-0) also got the pitching win for the Chieftains (19-1), who improved to 8-0 in the MAL.
Logan Sendelbach added two runs and two RBIs off a triple, double and single, and Austin Kuhn and Eric Tanner (run, RBI) each doubled and singled.
Austin Harrison went 3 for 4 with three runs and two RBIs.
Tigers claw Mohawks
ATTICA - Seneca East jumped out to a 6-0 lead after two innings over St. Wendelin. The Mohawks came back with two in the third, but the Tigers responded by crossing the plate nine times in their half of the inning, en route to a 15-2 victory.
For the Tigers (18-6, 6-3 MAL) Ethan Caudill and Kyle Depinet each had a pair of doubles. Depinet drove in four runs and Caudill two. Elliott Lee had a single, double and drove in three while Jason Branham had a pair of base hits and two RBIs.
Jordan Bowerman scored three times and was the winning pitcher. He struck out five and allowed three hits in four innings of work. Caudill struck out two pitching a scoreless fifth.
Raiders knock aside Bobcats
BETTSVILLE - Tiger Jaso belted two of Lakota's five extra-base hits and added two runs and two RBIs Wednesday in a 12-0 Midland Athletic League win over Bettsville.
Jaso tripled and doubled for the Raiders, who used a five-run second inning to grab a 6-0 lead.
Brian Vamos went 3 for 3 with three runs, a double and RBI, Nathan Ray doubled and singled and Jordan Jaso had a double, run and RBI.
Gavin Sprow chased in two runs with two singles and Nick McDole scored twice.
Reliever Nick Watts got the win, teaming with Ray and Jordan Harrison to hold Bettsville to one hit.
Jacob Hossler took the loss for the Bobcats. Dominic King singled.
Carey upsets NB
NORTH BALTIMORE - North Baltimore came into the week unbeaten in Midland Athletic League play. Now the Tigers find themselves on a two-game losing streak.
Two days after Hopewell-Loudon tamed the Tigers in eight innings, a seventh inning outburst led Carey to an 11-6 upset win over North Baltimore.
Tied at six heading to the final frame, the Blue Devils scored five times.
Satchel Strahm had a pair of base hits and drove in three runs. Austin Patton went 4 for 4 with a home run, a triple and four RBIs. Dillon Sammons went 5 for 5 with three doubles and two RBIs.
Matt Holsinger and Brady Mullholand also had RBIs for Carey.
Woodmore out-slugs FHS
FOSTORIA - After six innings of back-and-forth scoring bursts, the seventh held nothing but goose eggs.
And a loss for Fostoria.
Woodmore plated five runs in the top of the fourth to forge an 11-all tie, scored five more in the fifth to go up 16-14 and tacked on three more in the sixth to take the lead for good Wednesday in a 19-16 Northern Buckeye Conference score-fest.
Kaleb Bemis (0-2) took the loss for the Redmen (8-14, 3-7 NBC), with just one of the five runs he allowed being earned.
Chris Hampton chased in three runs with a double and single, Elijah Hampton had four runs, a double and single and Casey Kitchen tallied two runs and three RBIs off two singles.
Warriors win as Weinandy K's 13
SYCAMORE - Mohawk had just six hits, two more than Old Fort. But the Warriors were more opportunistic with their runners, and defeated the Stockaders, 8-2.
Matt Goodman started for Old Fort (1-15, 0-7 Midland Athletic League), and struck out nine. But he walked seven and wasn't helped by his defense. Only four of the eight runs he allowed were earned.
Mohawk (8-8, 4-4) got RBIs from Aric Shock, John Riedel and Wes Shaw. Nathan Weinandy started on the mound and struck out 13. He allowed just four hits and walked six.
Brad Heilman singled and drove in a run for Old Fort.