Calvert goes on a roll
What’s the best way to answer three first inning runs? By scoring six in the bottom half of the first. That’s how Calvert responded after McComb got an early jump. The rest of the afternoon was all Senecas in a 14-4, five-inning win.
Five of Calvert’s 12 hits went for extra bases including Gabby Bennett’s home run. She picked up two RBIs on the day. A home run was the only thing keeping Kate Bricker from hitting for the cycle. She had a single, double and triple. Margaret Bowers also tripled and Nicole Fretz doubled.
Meridith Lucius was 3 for 3 with four RBIs on the day. Fretz drove in two with Nicole Bickley, Allison Huss, Allie Beckley and Bowers all adding RBIs.
Bennett was the winning pitcher. She gave up two earned runs and struck out six.
Columbian can’t hold off Whippets
A day after Columbian surrendered 12 runs in the first three innings against Shelby, the Tornadoes gave what coach Tom Artino called “a greatly improved effort” against the same Whippet team.
Columbian tied with Shelby at four after five innings, but things quickly turned for the host Tornadoes.
Shelby posted six runs in the sixth and four more in the seventh to seal a 14-4 victory. Half of Shelby’s runs were unearned.
Columbian was led by Sierra Shope who went 4 for 4 with an RBI. Roni Daughenbaugh doubled and drove in two. Bre Coffman also picked up an RBI. Sam Gaietto added a pair of base hits.
Weinandy closing in on milestone
FREMONT – Mohawk kept its hot play going with a 10-0 victory over Fremont St. Joe. The win was the 13th-straight for the Warriors, and put coach Jenny Weinandy on the doorstep of a milestone.
The win was No. 299 in Weinandy’s storied career. The Warriors play today at Lima Bath as Weinandy goes for No. 300.
MacKenzie Sowers helped pace the offense with three hits including a double. She also drove in a run. Cambria Kohlenberg tripled and drove in two while Brooke Weinandy singled, doubled and drove home two.
Taylor McClain, Clara Adelsperger, Julie Adelsperger, Hannah Kieffer and Allison Price all added RBIs.
Julie Adelsperger picked up the win in the circle, tossing a three-hit shutout.
Tigers shut out BC, 9-0
ATTICA- Seneca East’s Paige Reichert fanned nine batters and gave up two hits in the Tigers’ romp over Buckeye Central, 9-0.
The Tigers scattered three runs through the first four innings.
In the fifth frame, Seneca East blasted six runs to put the game out of reach and secure the victory.
Hannah Martin led the Tigers, going 2-for-3 with two runs and one RBI. Mykayla Ruffing, Cameil Ruffing and CJ Linky each had two runs while Caitlin Sauers added one.