Adelsperger fuels Mohawk’s rout of Calvert

Kasey Adelsperger twirled a one-hitter and helped Mohawk get plenty of hits on the other end Wednesday in a 21-0 Midland Athletic League romp past Calvert.

Adelsperger (10-2) gave up just a single to Kate Brickner, but the senior went 4 for 4 with two runs, two doubles and four RBIs for the Warriors (15-4, 7-0 MAL).

The other two-thirds of the family triplets also contributed, with Julie Adelsperger adding two home runs and four RBIs, and Clara Adelsperger chasing in two runs with two singles.

MacKenzie Sowers went 4 for 5 with six RBIs, three runs and a double, Cambria Kohlenberg scored twice, doubled and singled, Charlotte Moes scored four times and doubled, Allison Price scored twice and doubled, Taylor McClain tallied three runs and three singles and Hannah Kieffer ended 3 for 4 with three runs and two RBIs.

Nicole Bickley (5-4) suffered the loss for the Senecas (7-6, 1-4), allowing 14 earned runs in three innings.

Rams upend Eagles

NORTH ROBINSON – Kyla Cusac allowed just two hits and Sara Gier and Jaya Smalley each doubled and scored Wednesday to key Upper Sandusky’s 3-1 North Central Conference win against Colonel Crawford.

Cusac struck out five and didn’t walk any Eagles.

Abby Young added a single and run for the Rams, and Maranda Stansbery, Madison Stanbery and Allison Reidlinger each singled.

Falcons pull away from BC

NEW WASHINGTON – Riverdale broke a 3-all tie with single runs in the fifth and sixth innings Wednesday to claim a 5-3 North Central Conference win.

Each team scored once in the second and twice in the fourth before the Falcons (11-9, 4-6 NCC) pulled away.

Sierra Hanes doubled and scored for the Bucks (10-12, 6-6).

Losing pitcher Morgan Wurm (10-11) added a single and run, and Haley Hildebrand had a single and RBI.

Tigers slip past Chieftains

BASCOM – Hopewell-Loudon got off to the quick start, but North Baltimore had the fantastic finish. The Chieftains plated two in the top of the first, but the two sat tied going into the sixth. It was there that North Baltimore took over with one in the sixth and an insurance run in the seventh for a 5-3 win.

Hopewell-Loudon (2-15, 0-4) got three hits from Kassie Welly and two from Abby Park. Shelbi Sauber tripled and drove in a run. Emma Kirby also had an RBI.

Morgan Baltz had two hits for North Baltimore. Cheyenne Hernandez struck out 10 to get the win.

Reiter tough in SW victory

FOSTORIA – Meghan Reiter dominated St. Joe Wednesday, striking out eight and allowing just four hits and no earned runs as St. Wendelin topped the Crimson Streaks, 5-2.

Alli Rutter led the Mohawks offensively with two hits and three RBIs. Reiter also drove in a run in the win.

Natalie Zyski had a hit and the lone RBI for the Crimson Streaks. Be Reardon took the loss, allowing five runs, all earned, on 14 hits.

7 in the sixth keys SE over Lakota

KANSAS – It was a pitchers’ duel for five innings.

In the sixth, Seneca East erupted.

The Tigers scored seven runs in the inning, and that was it for them and the host Lakota Raiders.

SE won, 7-0.

Rachel Bauman shut out the Raiders on eight hits.

Seneca East managed just four hits, but two were triples. Hannah Martin had one of them, and had two RBIs. Bauman had the other, and she had an RBI as well.

Lakota’s Nikkia Cooper tripled, while Morgan Gangwer took the loss in the circle.

The Tigers improved to 11-10, 4-4 in the MAL.

Streaks win in high scoring tilt

SANDUSKY – Kelsey Peters hit a grand slam, had five RBIs, and paced a big offensive day for Sandusky in a 19-16 win over Columbian Tuesday.

Bailey Smith had three RBIs for the Blue Streaks, who dropped Columbian to 1-15, 0-7.

Sierra Shope had three hits, two runs scored and two RBIs for the Tornadoes. Brittany DuMonte and Roni Daughenbaugh each provided three RBIs for TC.

Bre Coffman had two RBIs for TC.