Rams take 2 from H-L

BASCOM- Upper Sandusky recorded a doubleheader sweep at Hopewell-Loudon, 23-4, 20-8.

The host Chieftains led 3-2 in the top of the first inning of the opener before falling.

Upper Sandusky rallied back to continue the onslaught until the game was halted after the fifth.

Kelsey Coppus took the loss for the Chieftains, allowing 28 hits over five innings.

Sara Gier pitched well for the Rams, giving up four hits to earn her second win of the season.

In the second game, Hopewell-Loudon led 8-5 going into the fourth inning, But Upper Sandusky scored once in the fourth and erupted for 11 in the fifth to take control.

Justeen Searfoss led the Rams with three hits and four runs. Maranda Stansbery added four hits and three runs in the win.

Hopewell-Loudon’s efforts were led by Gabby Gregg’s two runs. Aliana Goshe took the loss, giving up eight hits over four innings.

Lakota teams up against Stritch

KANSAS – Seven Raiders drove in runs Saturday as Lakota trounced visiting Cardinal Stritch 10-2. Aubrey Bickford doubled and drove in two while Bryan Long-Meyer had a triple and a double, also driving in two.

Sam Miller, Alaina Bickford, Morgan Gangwer, Qiauna Palos and Alley Hovis all picked up RBIs. Nikkia Cooper and Long-Meyer scored twice.

Gangwer picked up the win in the circle, striking out eight and allowing six hits in the complete-game win.

SE’s Reichert has grand time in Game 2

ATTICA – After taking a tough loss in the circle in Game 1, Paige Reichert appeared to take her frustration out at the plate in Game 2.

Rechert clubbed a grand slam, one of two runs and four hits she had on the day. She drove in five runs in Game 2 alone, leading the Tigers to an 11-1 win over Colonel Crawford.

The Tigers lost the first game 8-7 to the Eagles. Reichert suffered the loss despite striking out 10. Reichert wasn’t helped by four Tiger errors.

In the first game, Cameil Ruffing scored twice for the Tigers. Rachel Bauman had three hits, scored twice and drove in a run.

In Game 2, Caitlin Sauers tripled and scored twice, while Mykayla Ruffing had three hits and drove in two runs.

The Tigers improved to 3-2. Bauman picked up the win in Game 2, allowing just three hits in five innings. The game was run-ruled in the fifth.

Mohawk gets first wins

SYCAMORE – Mohawk claimed its first wins of the season Saturday, knocking off Plymouth twice in Sycamore, 5-1 and 7-3.

In the first game, the Warriors got solid pitching from Kasey Adelsperger, who held the Big Red to just five hits.

Mackenzie Sowers tripled in two runs for the Warriors, while Taylor McLain drove in two runs and Cambria Kohlenberg scored twice and drove in two runs. Kasey Adelsperger had three hits, including a triple.

Mohawk flexed some muscle in the second game. Brooke Weinandy and Clara Adelspeger each homered, as the Warriors (2-2) scored in four of the seven innings. Sowers doubled in the win.

Julie Adelsperger got the win in the circle, holding the Big Red (2-2) to just six hits.