Lakota rolls to win

Raiders throw the book at Woodward

KANSAS – Lakota hammered seven doubles, scored nine runs in the second inning and battered Woodward 16-3.

Eight different Raiders had at least one RBI as Lakota improved to 2-7. Jordan Jaso and Madison Jaso had three RBIs each, while Dakota Gilbert and Josh Mason had two each.

The win went to Jack Raymond, who threw three innings and allowed three runs, none of which were earned. He struck out six.

Mason provided two innings of scoreless, one-hit relief.

TC speeds past Norwalk

NORWALK – Nate Hoyda and Jeffrey Crawford have had a knack for coming up with big hits for Columbian this season.

On Tuesday, it was Hoyda’s speed that set up the late go-ahead run, and Crawford who drove that run in.

In the top of the seventh inning at Norwalk, with the game tied at 5, Hoyda led off the inning with a walk. He stole second, then – after Tyler Gillig flied out – stole third.

At the plate was Crawford, who had scored a run and walked twice, but was looking for his first hit of the game.

Crawford grounded a ball into left field for an RBI double. He then moved to third on an error, and scored later in the inning when the Norwalk catcher committed an error.

Norwalk came back with a run in the bottom of the inning, but Hoyda was able to shut the door and preserve a 7-6 Northern Ohio League victory.

Columbian had just six hits in the victory, capitalizing on four Trucker errors.

Hoyda got the win in relief, pitching the final 1 2/3 innings. He gave up two hits and two runs, but neither run was earned. He was the third pitcher used by coach Curt Mellott. Aaron Sostaric started the game and gave up one earned run on four hits in 4 1/3 inning.

Nathaniel Gilmer drove in two runs for the Tornadoes.

Joseph Hinckley had two hits, scored two runs and drove in a run for the Truckers.

Josh Richards took the loss in relief for Norwalk.

Calvert gets impressive win over McComb

MCCOMB -Austin Perry, Jesse Gase and Jacob Vera all drove in runs, and were backed by Austin Prenzlin’s solid pitching as Calvert beat powerful McComb, 3-2.

Prenzlin pitched a complete seven innings, striking out five and allowing seven hits. He also helped his own cause by hitting one of the three doubles the Senecas hit Tuesday. Sam Shelt-Palm and Gase also doubled.

Vera had two hits and scored a run for Calvert.

Galion outlasts BC

NEW WASHINGTON – A regulation varsity game couldn’t decide things between Buckeye Central and Galion. A regulation major league game couldn’t decide things. Ten innings, 11 innings, still no winner. Finally in the 12th, Galion put up a number BC couldn’t answer. The Tigers tallied four in the frame, and although the Bucks got two back, it wasn’t enough in a 6-4 Galion win.

Buckeye Central’s Austin Lutz and Galion’s Chad Karnes both threw gems, but neither was able to stick around until the end. Lutz went nine innings, allowed seven hits and one run while striking out eight. Karnes through the maximum 10 innings, allowed six hits and a run while striking out 15.

BC (6-6, 2-3) had four doubles, hit by Jordan Herrnstein, Tanner Zaebst, Eric Hanes and Lutz. Herrnstein, Zaebst, Seth Ollis and Mike Blackford had RBIs.

Wynford breaks tie in eighth, wins

UPPER SANDUSKY – Wynford scratched across two runs in the top of the eighth, then shut the door on the Upper Sandusky in the bottom of the frame to leave town with an 8-6, eight-inning victory. The Royals scored one run off a ground out, then the second off a past ball.

The Rams never grabbed the lead in the ballgame, but rallied to tie it after falling behind on three different occasions. Alex Kenner tripled, scored and drove in a run for Upper Sandusky. Carson Mittermaier and Andre Myers added RBIs. Mittermaier, Dermot Garza and Sam Plott all had two-hit games.

Stockaders fall in extras

OLD FORT – Old Fort scored a run in the third inning against North Baltimore, and Stockaders pitcher Brandon Tittle made that run stand up through six innings, putting OF three outs away from its first Midland Athletic League win of the season.

But in the seventh, the Tigers got a run off Tittle to tie the game, then broke loose for six runs in the eighth, building a 7-1 lead.

The Stockaders got a run back in the bottom half or the inning, but that was it for the scoring, as the Tigers won, 7-2.

Old Fort was held to just four hits. Brad Heilman had two hits and a run scored, while Maison Steyer had a hit and a run scored.

Tittle had the Stockaders’ only RBI, as they dropped to 1-10, 0-3.

Tittle took the loss, striking out eight and walking three.

Danbury uses big second to down SW

LAKESIDE – Danbury used a four run second inning to take a lead over St. Wendelin it never relinquished, beating the Mohawks 6-2.

Jared Koenig singled in two runs for the Lakers, while Chase Botson pitched a complete game.

For St. Wendelin, Kyle Smith hit two doubles, while Donovan Scudder and Luke Volkmer each drove in a run.

Brad Buhrow took the loss for St. Wendelin.

Dryfuse’s homer all of New Riegel’s offense in loss

ARLINGTON – Jake Dryfuse’s sixth-inning solo homer accounted for New Riegel’s only run in a 6-1 loss to Arlington.

New Riegel was limited to five hits on the day, two from Michael Kirian.

The Red Devils jumped on starting pitcher Aaron Acree with three runs in the first inning. They added single runs in the second, third and fifth.