Prep Baseball Roundup: Jackets mow down SJ

FREMONT – Brandyn Reinhart was nearly untouchable as a pitcher, and helped his own cause plenty Wednesday in New Riegel’s 10-1 Midland Athletic League whipping of Fremont St. Joe.

Reinhart gave up just one run, one hit and three walks while striking out 11 over 6 1/3 innings. He also doubled, singled, scored twice and knocked in a pair when batting.

Jake Dryfuse added two doubles, a run and RBI and Andrew Hohman chased in two runs with a double and single and scored a run for the Blue Jackets.

Brady Hall backed them with two runs and a single, and Aaron Reinhart had two RBIs and a single.

Sendelbach, H-L handcuff Calvert

Garret Sendelbach was seldom not in control on the mound and Hopewell-Loudon gave him the support he needed at the plate Wednesday in a 7-0 Midland Athletic League win over Calvert.

Sendelbach (5-1) fanned nine and scattered three hits and a walk in a complete-game effort for the Chieftains (8-11, 4-1 MAL).

Tyler Imes belted a homer and drove in two runs for H-L, Jordan Stewart scored twice and lined two singles, Bryan Scherger had two RBIs off two singles and Logan Tyree added two RBIs and a single.

Eric Elchert took the loss for the Senecas (1-4 MAL).

Austin Prenzlin doubled for Calvert.

Stockaders vault into MAL win column

OLD FORT – Jake Wilson struck out 10 in less than five innings and Marc Salas scored three times Wednesday as Old Fort thumped St. Wendelin 11-1 in Midland Athletic League play.

Wilson surrendered only two hits, four walks and an unearned run in 4 1/3 innings for the Stockaders (3-9, 1-4 MAL).

Salas singled twice for Old Fort, Maison Steyer went 3 for 3 with two runs, Dalton Perry knocked in a pair with two singles, Brad Heilman had a single and two RBIs, Garet Kimmet lined two singles and Brandon Tittle scored twice and singled.

Nash Baker’s single and RBI paced the Mohawks (0-6, 0-6). Brad Buhrow suffered the loss.

Rams storm past Bucyrus

UPPER SANDUSKY – Upper Sandusky erupted for 12 runs in the bottom of the fifth to turn an 8-3 deficit into a 15-8 North Central Conference win Wednesday over Bucyrus.

Alec Oney three singles paced the Rams (10-16, 4-3 NCC) and Josh Lear lined two.

Daniel Newell, Andre Meyers, Cody Gabriel and winning pitcher Tristan Reichelderfer (3-3) all singled.

The Redmen (5-11, 2-6) got a double and single from Wes Williams. Tommy Schluter doubled, and Andy Korner, Cole Hollis and Justin Campbell each singled.

Bucks have Lutz of power

LUCAS – Austin Lutz cracked a pair of homers and Ryan Wilfer and Seth Parson both doubled and combined to drive in five runs Wednesday as Buckeye Center out-slugged North Central Conference foe Lucas 15-11.

Lucas hammered a three-run homer and solo shot, ending with three runs and four RBIs.

Wilfer added three RBIs, two runs and a single, and Parsons chipped in a single, two RBIs and a run for the Bucks (8-12, 3-5 NCC). Parsons also got the win in his first decision.

Grant Loy went 3 for 4 with three runs and two RBIs and Eric Hanes scored twice and lined two singles.

Losing pitcher Ryan Cook drilled a three-run homer for the Cubs.

Aaron Bays and Tyler Roberts both finished 2 for 4 with a double. Bays added two runs and two RBIs and Roberts knocked in three runs and scored.

Sam Davis chipped in three runs and two singles for the Cubs, and Chris Boyd scored twice and singled.

FHS can’t catch Woodmore

ELMORE – Woodmore sprang out to an 6-0 lead in the bottom of the first and held on from there Wednesday for a 15-14 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Fostoria.

Fostoria (2-15, 1-4 NBC) rallied for five runs in the third to cut the gap to 8-5, then rallied for another five to make it a 15-14 game, but neither team scored from there.

The Wildcats (7-7 overall) benefited from eight walks an five FHS errors.

Robbie Crotty (0-5) suffered the loss.

Hunter Abell drilled a homer and single for the Redmen, Chris Hampton lined three singles and Casey Kitchen and Lance Smith both singled twice.

Caudill sits down Warriors

SYCAMORE – To say it was a good day for Ethan Caudill might be an understatement. On the mound, the Seneca East junior had his way with Mohawk batters, striking out 13 on the day while allowing only six hits and three runs. At the plate, Caudill contributed three base hits and three RBIs as Seneca East downed Mohawk 10-3.

Gus Baldosser also had a three-hit day for the Tigers while picking up an RBI. Adam Bauman laced a pair of singles and drove in two runs. Nate Phillips, Mason McWilliams, Daniel Bartley and Dalton Wise also chased in runs.

Mohawk got two hits and an RBI from Derrick Sowers. Wes Shaw and Austin Shock also had RBIs.