Prep Softball Roundup: Warriors overwhelm Senecas

SYCAMORE – Mohawk erased a 3-1 deficit with five runs in the fourth, then pounded out seven in the fifth Wednesday in a 13-3 win over Calvert.

Julia Adelsperger fanned 11 and scattered a walk and five hits to get the win for the Warriors. She gave up just two earned runs.

Cambria Kohlenberg went 4 for 4 for Mohawk and Allison Price had a 3-for-3 day with two runs.

Mackenzie Sowers and Brooke Weinandy both singled twice and scored twice, Taylor McClain lined two singles, Clara Adelsperger drove in two runs and singled, Sarah Runion had two runs, two RBIs and a single, and Aubrey Ward scored twice.

Nicole Bickley suffered the loss for Calvert. She only allowed three earned runs in five innings.

Taylor Ritzler singled twice for the Senecas and Bickley drove in two runs and singled.

BC boots Riverdale

NEW WASHINGTON – Makayla Stover knocked in a pair and Buckeye Central snapped a 5-all tie with a three-run fourth inning Wednesday in a 9-7 North Central Conference win over Riverdale.

Riverdale (5-14) rallied for two runs in the top of the seventh before the Buckettes (10-15, 4-7 NCC) closed out the win for Morgan Wurm.

Stover and Maddie Fagan both doubled and singled for Buckeye Central, Maddie Boes belted a double, Kendra Schultz knocked in two runs with two singles, Miranda Moon had a single and two RBIs and Haley Hildebrand scored twice and singled.

St. Joe dominates SW

FREMONT – Kristen Sessler and Cassidy Frank tore up St. Wendelin pitching, and Be Reardon flummoxed the Mohawks from the circle Wednesday in Fremont St. Joe’s 14-0 Midland Athletic League win.

Sessler went 4 for 4 with four runs, two RBIs, a triple and a double, while Frank scored twice and drove in five runs with a triple and double.

Meanwhile, Reardon gave up just one hit and a walk for the Crimson Streaks. She also ended 3 for 4 with two runs.

Amanda Binder added two runs, a double and a single for St. Joe, Ashley Burns added two runs and two RBIs off two singles and Jensen LeJeune singled twice.

Chloe Reiter doubled for the Mohawks. Meghan Reiter took the loss.

Rams blank Galion

GALION – Justeen Searfoos smacked a solo homer in the first inning and three teammates scored twice Wednesday in Upper Sandusky’s 10-0 North Central Conference win over Galion.

“We had a talk with the team (Tuesday) and told them they are much better than what they showed Monday [in a loss to Galion],” Upper Sandusky coach David Young said. “It must have sunk in because the girls were fired up, ready to play, only striking out one time and committing a single error … .

“We are starting to play really good ball right now, which is good with tourney play starting on Saturday.”

Maranda Stansbery and Lexa Cheney each singled twice and scored twice for the Rams, and Brigitte Snow had two runs, a double and a single.

Katie Taylor, Savannah Piecha and Kyla Cusac all singled for the Rams.

Tiger thunder past H-L

NORTH BALTIMORE – Ricci Emahiser drove in six runs and homered as part of a perfect day at the plate Wednesday in North Baltimore’s 15-5 Midland Athletic League win over Hopewell-Loudon.

Emahiser went 4 for 4, adding four runs and a double for the Tigers, who moved to 6-1 in the MAL.

Winning pitcher Cheyenne Hernandez doubled, Jasmine Bretz went 3 for 4 with a double and three RBIs and Kelcie Bean finished 4 for 4 with four runs.

Courtney Bretz added two runs and two singles, Kelsey Gazarek singled twice and Maddie Ray had two runs and a single.

Aubrey Affholder took the loss for the Chieftains (9-14, 5-4).

Abby Park singled twice and doubled for H-L, Lauren Trumpler had two runs, a double and a single and Racquel Hossler lined two singles.