SYCAMORE - North Baltimore pitcher Jessica Frost outdid her counterpart from Mohawk, Kasey Adelsperger in the strikeout category (11-10), but Adelsperger did a better job of keeping opponents off the basepaths. Adelsperger pitched a 3-hit shutout in an 8-0 Midland Athletic League win.
Molli Cartwright, Sarah Runion and Clara Adelsperger each had two-hit games and each had RBIs for Mohawk with Cartwright adding a double and scoring twice. Taylor McClain also crossed the plate twice for the Warriors. McClain and Kasey Adelsperger also had base hits.
Pinch hit Sauers St. Joe's win hopes
FREMONT - Caitlin Sauers helped break open a close game with a pinch-hit, three-run double Friday as Seneca East dropped Midland Athletic League foe Fremont St. Joe, 9-3.
Seneca East (14-10, 7-3 MAL) took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first, thanks in large part to Samantha Walker's two-run homer.
But the Crimson Streaks tied the game by the end of the second inning and kept the Tigers in check for the next three innings.
North Baltimore 0
North Baltimore: Hannah Brian 2-0-0-0; Kelsey Gazarek 2-0-1-0; Chelsea Stewart 1-0-0-0; Megan Wright 2-0-0-0; Jessica Frost 3-0-1-0; Ricci Emahiser 2-0-0-0; Haleigh Fleck 3-0-0-0; Jasmine Bretz 3-0-0-0; Dominique Buchanan 3-0-1-0; Alli Baker 2-0-0-0. Totals: 23-0-3-0.
Mohawk: Sarah Runion 3-0-2-1; Ashley Cooper 4-0-0-0; Taylor McClain 2-2-1-0; Kasey Adelsperger 3-0-1-0; Dani Tyree 1-2-0-0; Nikki Kieffer 3-0-0-0; Molli Cartwright 3-2-2-1; Clara Adelsperger 4-1-2-1; Brooke Weinandy 0-1-0-0; MacKenzie Sowers 2-0-0-0. Totals: 25-8-8-3.
North Baltimore0000000 - 0
Mohawk030041X - 8
WP - K. Adelsperger. LP - Frost
3B - Molli Cartwright (M)
Seneca East 9,
Fremont St. Joe 3
Seneca East (14-10, 7-3): Lauren Sprenger 4-1-1-0; Holly Bordner 4-1-0-1; Samantha Walker 4-1-2-3; Renee Snavely 4-1-2-0; Rachel Bauman 4-1-2-0; Kristen Bowerman 4-1-3-1; Jess Enders 4-1-2-0; Karrigan Worts 3-0-0-0; Caitlin Sauers 1-1-1-3; Cameil Ruffing 3-1-0-0. Totals: 34-12-9-8.
Fremont St. Joe: K. Sessler 4-0-1-0; B. Reardon 4-0-0-0; A. Burns 4-1-1-0; E. Ronski 3-0-0-1; K. Stroup 3-0-1-0; C. Frank 3-1-0-0; A. Binder 3-1-1-1; B. Fulwider 3-0-1-0; J. LeJeune 3-0-1-0. Totals: 30-3-6-2.
Seneca East3000060 - 9
Fremont St. Joe1200000 - 3
WP - Bauman (12-8). LP - Reardon.
HR - Walker (SE).
2B - Walker (SE); Sauers (SE).
Buckeye Central 11, Riverdale 1
Buckeye Central (17-8, 5-6): Maddie Boes 2-1-0-0; Miranda Kintz 2-1-1-0; Taylor Hanes 4-1-1-4; Maddie Ehresman 3-3-1-2; Hannah Heydinger 4-1-1-0; Kendra Schultz 4-0-3-1; Sarah Alt 2-1-1-1; Brooke Myers 4-0-1-0; Mikayla Stover 3-1-1-1; Morgan Wurm 3-2-2-0; Christine Bibb 1-0-0-0. Totals: 32-11-12-9.
Riverdale: Clark 2-1-1-0; Beltz 3-0-0-0; J. Wright 3-0-0-0; Naus 3-0-1-0; Weatherill 3-0-0-0; T. Wright 3-0-0-0; Fleming 3-0-2-0; Parrish 2-0-1-0; Zofcin 3-0-1-0. Totals: 26-1-6-0.
Buckeye Central240131 - 11
Riverdale100000 - 1
WP - Wurm (10-5). LP - J. Wright.
HR - Hanes GS (BC).
2B - Ehresman (BC); Heydinger (BC); Fleming (BC).
The sixth was different, though.
Sauers' blast fueled a six-run surge to put the Tigers up for good and get Rachel Bauman (12-8) the win.
Walker added a double and another RBI for Seneca East, Kristen Bowerman went 3 for 4 and Jess Enders, Renee Snavely and Bauman all lined two singles.
Hanes leads BC?to win over Riverdale
MOUNT BLANCHARD - Taylor Hanes hammered a grand slam in the second inning and Maddie Ehresman added three runs Friday in Buckeye Central's 11-1 North Central Conference whipping of Riverdale.
The Buckettes (17-8, 5-6 NCC) led 2-1 before Hanes' blast gave them all the momentum.
Ehresman also doubled and drove in two runs, Hannah Heydinger doubled, Kendra Schultz went 3 for 4 and winning pitcher Morgan Wurm (10-5) scored twice and singled twice.
Rams win suspended game against Wynford
BUCYRUS - Tiffany Towns stole three bases and scored four times as Upper Sandusky won a suspended game over Wynford, 9-5.
Allie Smith picked up the win for the Rams, striking out five and walking a pair. Miranda Stansbery added two hits for the Rams.
"We seemed to be pressing too hard at the start of the game, but once the Rams got into the flow of the game, we started to get back to what we do best offensively and defensively," Upper Sandusky coach David Young said.
Upper Sandusky improved to 14-8, 10-3 in the NCC.