Prep Baseball Roundup: Mohawk slips up in seventh

NEW RIEGEL – Mohawk held McComb scoreless nearly the whole way in their Division IV sectional final at New Riegel, after taking a 1-0 lead in the first inning. Facing perhaps its final at-bats of the season, McComb rallied back to continue in tournaments with a 2-1 win.

Clay Grubb struck out 10 for McComb, while only allowing Mohawk three hits.

Grant Gucker had two of them, including a double while Austin Shock had the other.

Taylor Reardon led McComb with a triple.

Columbian closes out NOL in style

Columbian made the most of its final Northern Ohio League game, crushing Willard 11-3. The Tornadoes jumped out to an 8-0 lead after three innings and cruised to the win.

The production was spread out through the TC lineup. Nine hitters compiled the team’s 17 hits led by Mike Rohrbach, Bryce Lonsway and Aaron Maki who each had three-hit afternoons. The three, along with Chandler Hoover drove in two runs apiece with Rohrbach and Maki doubling.

Nate Hoyda tripled, drove in a run and scored three. Vince Anway and Tyler Schwartz each had two hits with Schwartz picking up an RBI. Taylor Warner and Bubba Miller added base hits.

Three pitchers combined for the win. Jerrod Windsor started and picked up the win.

New Riegel rolls past Calvert

New Riegel seems ready to begin its tournament run. As the Blue Jackets get ready to start off on the tournament trail today against Riverdale, they hope Tuesday’s performance can carry over. New Riegel ripped off 13 runs on 16 hits to top Calvert in Midland Athletic League action 13-2.

Brady Hall went 4 for 5 with three RBIs while Andrew Hohman went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs.

Josh Nye also drove in three runs and Brandyn Reinhart, Aaron Reinhart, Aaron Acree, Fred Clark and Nick Wank all added RBIs.

Blaine Hughes picked up the win on the mound holding Calvert to six hits.

Brendan Deats launched a two-run home run to highlight Calvert’s day. Eric Elchert added a pair of base hits.

Bulldogs bite Redmen

FOSTORIA – Fostoria got solid production from its offense, but Rossford got even more out of its. The Bulldogs built a 9-3 lead after two innings and rolled to an 11-4 win.

Hunter Abell homered for Fostoria while Casey Kitchen cooked up a pair of doubles. Robbie Crotty also doubled while Alex Sanders had a pair of base hits.

Ryan Reed homered and doubled twice for Rossford.

Rams rally late

UPPER SANDUSKY – Two sixth inning runs were enough to power Upper Sandusky past North Central Conference rival Colonel Crawford 5-4.

Alec Oney picked up the win for the Rams and also singled at the plate. Alex Kenner had two base hits to lead the Rams. Josh Lear ripped a double while Ross Dible, Sam Plott, Daniel Newell, Cody Gabriel and Cameron Binau all added singles.