SYCAMORE ? Mohawk's softball team got in some extra batting practice Saturday to prepare for Wednesday's district semifinal game.
North Baltimore came to town for a Midland Athletic League contest, but the host Warriors ripped 10 hits off Tiger pitching, five of which went for extra bases in a 10-0 Mohawk win.
The win clinches a share of the final MAL title for the Warriors. They'll go for the outright title when they travel Thursday to Hopewell-Loudon.
Julie Adelsperger tossed a one-hit shutout for Mohawk (19-4, 9-0 MAL). Kasey Adelsperger blasted a home run to pace the offense. She drove in two. Allison Price ripped a pair of doubles while Cambria Kohlenberg tripled and doubled. Price drove in one and scored three times, and Kohlenberg drove in three and scored twice.
MacKenzie Sowers had two hits and two RBIs. Clara Adelsperger also drove in a run.
Warrior baseball cools off
SYCAMORE ? One day after its sectional final victory against Calvert, Mohawk's baseball team couldn't keep the momentum going, dropping a Midland Athletic League contest to North Baltimore 10-5.
Austin Shock tripled, singled and drove in a run for the Warriors. Derrick Sowers had two RBIs while Grant Gucker and Eric Maskey also drove in runs.
Levi Newcomer, Zach Stewart and Noah Brian all had two-RBI days for North Baltimore.
Chieftains hold off St. Joe
FREMONT ? Hopewell-Loudon built up an early lead then held off Fremont St. Joe late for an 8-7 Midland Athletic League baseball victory. The Chieftains scored three in the first and led 7-3 after three innings.
Jarid Gelinas had a base hit and drove in three runs for the winners. Jordan Steward and Nick Scaife each had two-hit days with RBIs. Jackson Sebetto had a pair of RBIs and Colton Feathers also drove in a run.
Hopewell-Loudon was also helped by nine walks.
Scaife picked up the win, throwing five-plus innings, striking out six. Tyler Imes pitched the final two innings, striking out four and earning the save.
Tornadoes get their seeding
SANDUSKY ? Columbian finished up play at the Division I sectional tennis tournament in Saturday. The one Tornado singles player and two doubles teams who have already qualified for the districts returned to determine their seedings.
The third place doubles match was an all TC affair. Braden Kuhn and Nick Gaietto defeated teammates Eline Widman and Hunter Stark 6-1, 6-1. Widman and Stark will enter the district tournament as a No. 4 seed.
Ben Klepper will also move on as a four seed. He dropped his third place singles match to Ashland's Tim Sprunger 6-0, 6-1.
The district tournament begins Thursday in Bowling Green.
Redmen finish last at NBC Championships
FOSTORIA? Fostoria placed eighth out of eight teams in the Northern Buckeye Conference championships Saturday afternoon. Eastwood won the championship in both the girls (169) and boys (172) events.
The Fostoria boys team scored 40 points, led by Rayshon Martin's third in the long jump (20-1). Martin also anchored the 4x400 team with Daemier Johnson, Skylar Cramer and C.J. Matheney to fifth (3:41.63).
Matheney added a third for the Redmen in the 800 (2:03.06) while Aquiles Estrada placed fifth in the 3,200 (10:59.22).
For the girls, Fostoria finished with 32 points.
Taylor Tucker (15-1 ) and Olivia Valenti (15-0 ) took second and third in the long jump to lead the Redmen while Valencia Cousin added an eighth in the 200 (29.47).