RAWSON - Lakota's Casey Monroe took the sting out of the Cory-Rawson Hornets. Seventeen batters stepped to the plate against Monroe, and none came up with a hit. Monroe struck out six while tossing a no-hitter in a 21-0 Raider victory.
Meanwhile, the Raiders were getting plenty of hits. All 11 Raiders that came to the plate had hits and all drove in runs. The biggest bat was swung by K.J. Berkely, who had a triple and a pair of doubles driving in three runs. Madison Jaso and Jacob Aaron each had two hits and drove in three runs with Jaso adding a double to his day.
Also for Lakota, Jack Raymond doubled and drove in two with Nick Watts, Josh Mason and Monroe also picking up two RBIs. Monroe scored four times, as did Dakota Gilbert, who had three hits and an RBI. Jordan Jaso, Kyle Below and Jacob Stewart rounded out the RBI totals with Stewart having a pair of base hits.
Tigers run wild on OF
ATTICA - Ethan Caudill and Mason McWilliams combined to score half of Seneca East's runs as the Tigers mauled Midland Athletic League foe Old Fort, 12-1.
After four innings Seneca East had rocketed to a 12-0 lead. The game ended after just five innings per the run-rule as Old Fort only could muster one run in the top of that inning.
Seneca East's (13-0, 5-0 MAL) Caudill and McWilliams each had three runs while Alex Schieber scored two runs and Ben Cramer, Lantz Bohrer, Carson Pipher and Danny Bowerman scored one run each. Cramer had the game's only double and recorded five RBIs while Caudill was the game's winning pitcher.
Old Fort's (1-12, 0-5) lone run was scored by Brad Heilman.
Scaife, H-L handcuff Vanlue
BASCOM - Nick Scaife twirled a one-hitter and Jordan Stewart and Garret Sendelbach combined to drive in seven Thursday in Hopewell-Loudon thumped Vanlue, 11-0.
Scaife (1-0) fanned four and walked one in the five-inning affair.
Stewart chased in four runs with two singles for the Chieftains (8-7) and Sendelbach went 3 for 3 with three runs and three RBIs.
Ryan Depinet added a 3-for-3 day with two RBIs and a double, Logan Tyree singled twice and Jackson Sebetto scored twice and singled.
Devils double down on Warriors
ARLINGTON - Justin Rice doubled in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the fifth and Tyler Starr followed with a two-run double as Arlington doubled up Mohawk, 8-4 Thursday.
The game went back and forth, with Mohawk scoring once in the top of the fifth to knot the game at 4.
But Rice's shot chased in Tyler Richards, and Starr drove in Kyle McDowell and Rice to put the Red Devils up for good.
Starr also had a single and another RBI, McDowell ended 3 for 4 with two runs, winning pitcher Jordan Freed scored twice and singled twice and Nick Affholder doubled and singled.
Austin Harper's double, single, run and RBI paced the Warriors.
Devon Fredritz doubled in a run, Dominic Smith doubled and scored, Austin Shock singled in a run and losing pitcher Jacob Jeffrey belted a solo homer.
Falcons race away
FOSTORIA - St. Wendelin got runners on base, but couldn't get one past third. Riverdale didn't have that problem.
The Falcons (5-8) scored twice in the third and fourth before erupting for nine runs in the sixth Thursday on the way to a 13-0 victory.
Dalton Murray suffered the loss, surrendering the game's first four runs. St. Wendelin committed five errors.
Brady Rutter and Trent Whetsel each singled twice for the Mohawks (2-11), who had seven hits, two walks and a hit batter. Donovan Scudder doubled.