Prep Baseball Roundup: Rohrbach delivers in final game

For Mike Rohrbach, it was a memorable finale.

The Columbian senior drove in four of his team’s runs, then came in to get the win in relief as the Tornadoes downed Calvert, 7-2.

Columbian broke open a close game with four runs in the sixth inning to win going away and end its season at 11-14.

Rohrbach pitched the final 2 2/3 innings, allowing one hit, walking two and striking out one.

Eric Elchert took the loss for the Senecas, allowing seven runs but striking out five.

Elchert and Jesse Gase each drove in a run for Calvert.

Nate Hoyda, who started on the mound for Columbian, had three hits and a run batted in. Jeff Crawford and Taylor Warner also drove in runs.

Nye drives in 2 to pace NR

NEW RIEGEL -Josh Nye had two hits and two RBIs, accounting for two-thirds of New Riegel’s run production in a 3-0 victory over Old Fort.

Brandyn Reinhart also drove in a run for the Blue Jackets, who managed just five hits off A.J. Phillimore, who went six innings on the hill for the Stockaders. Phillimore allowed two earned runs, striking out seven and walking four.

Old Fort slipped to 6-13, 4-6 in the Midland Athletic League.

New Riegel starter Austin Mathias was brilliant, with a complete game shutout. He struck out six, didn’t walk a batter.

Streaks strike again

BASCOM – When Fremont St. Joe traveled to Hopewell-Loudon for a Midland Atheltic League contest Friday, the game had an eerily similar tone to their sectional final game played Tuesday. In that game, Zack Yeckley dominated Hopewell-Loudon with his arm on the mound in a 1-0 Streak victory. Friday, his bat proved to be the difference. Yeckley drove home Lucas Michael in the first and third innings, for the game’s only runs in a 2-0 Streak win.

Brett Michael outdueled Hopewell-Loudon’s Nick Scaife on the mound. Michael held the Chieftains to one hit while striking out six. Scaife held St. Joe to only four hits and two earned runs.

The loss drops Hopewell-Loudon out of a tie for first place in the MAL, leaving North Baltimore and Seneca East at the top.

Redmen fall to Wildcats

FOSTORIA – Fostoria was limited to just four hits Friday against Woodmore, and lost, 5-2.

Anthony Dean took the loss for the Redmen.

Lance Smith had two hits for Fostoria, while Hunter Abell and Robbie Crotty had one hit each.

Fostoria committed four errors in the loss.

Quick start carries Wynford

NEW WASHINGTON – Buckeye Central played most of the afternoon playing catch-up after Wynford put up four runs in the top of the first innings. The Bucks could never get over the hump and fell to the Royals 7-5.

Grant Loy had two hits and drove in two for Buckeye Central (11-17, 5-8 North Central Conference). Seth Parsons and Eric Hanes also picked up RBIs. Hanes, Jordan Herrnstein and Austin Lutz all smacked doubles.