Stockaders spread out the scoring against Chieftains
OLD FORT – Sammy Miller scored three times and four teammates each added two runs Monday as Old Fort raced past Hopewell-Loudon 15-2 in Midland Athletic League play.
Miller singled twice and added an RBI for the Stockaders (10-6, 3-2 MAL), who led just 3-2 until scoring 12 runs in the fourth.
Michaela Davidson added two runs, a double and an RBI, and Makenzie Ward, Jordan Magers (single, RBI) and Alyssa Pence (single, RBI) all scored twice.
Peyton Miller doubled, singled and scored, Allison Adelsperger drove in two runs with two singles, Hali Kimmet had two RBIs and a single and Krista Ward singled twice.
Magers (5-3) earned the win.
The Chieftains (2-14, 0-4) got a double and run from Emma Kirby and a single and run from Gabby Gregg. Makayla Wilson tripled and Keely Hoover doubled.
Kelsey Coppus took the loss.
Blue Jackets give
Lininger milestone win
NEW RIEGEL – Taylor Kirian smacked a two-run homer and Taylor Arbogast and Kara Scherger each went 3 for 4 Monday as New Riegel roughed up Seneca East 11-1.
The victory gave Jamie Lininger his 200th career win in his 11th season, all with the Blue Jackets (17-4, 4-1 MAL).
Kirian (16-4) picked up the win, and helped her own cause with the homer, a double and another run.
Arbogast and Scherger each scored twice, Brittany Gillig doubled in a run, Leah Bouillon had a single and two runs and Hailey Theis added a single and two RBIs.
Hannah Martin’s double and single and Paige Reichert’s two singles keyed the Tigers (10-9, 3-3).
Rachel Bauman (6-5) suffered the loss.
Mohawks earn first MAL victory, top N. Baltimore
NORTH BALTIMORE – St. Wendelin pushed across two runs in the top of the seventh and got a 1-2-3 finish in the bottom of the frame Monday to clip Midland Athletic League foe North Baltimore 9-8.
The win gave the Mohawks (6-9, 1-3 MAL) their first league win, but came at the end of a back-and-forth affair.
St. Wendelin broke a 4-all tie with three runs in the top of the sixth, but the Tigers (5-10, 1-4) countered with four runs in the bottom of the frame.
The Mohawks came back in the seventh. Krystal Krout singled and Meghan Reiter doubled before both scored on Edy Mowrey’s second double of the game.
Three ground balls in the bottom of the inning preserved the win for Reiter (3-8).
Mowrey ended 5 for 5 with two runs and another RBI. Reiter scored twice and added two singles, and Mikayla Gilliland scored twice, singled twice and tripled.
Allie Rutter and Sammie Digby both lined two singles, and Krout added another run and two RBIs.
Kelcie Bean (2-7) took the loss, but she also scored twice, singled twice and knocked in a run.
Makayla Rein doubled twice and drove in three runs for the Tigers, and Jasmine Bretz singled.
Hanna Brian scored twice and singled twice.
Blue Devils strike back quickly
Carey erased a 2-0 deficit with a seven-run burst in the top of the second Monday on the way to beating Midland Athletic League foe Calvert 12-2.
Makenzie Wentling’s 4-for-4 day with three runs, two RBIs and a triple paced the Blue Devils (9-6, 3-3 MAL).
Dani Berardinelli-Clark added a double and two RBIs, Abby Hall (RBI) scored twice and doubled, Haley Hoepf singled twice and winning pitcher Ali Rymer (8-4) scored twice and singled twice.
Nicole Bickley (5-4) took the loss for the Senecas (7-5, 1-3). She also singled twice and drove in a run.
Taylor Ritzler and Kate Brickner both singled and scored.
Raiders benefit from St. Joe errors
FREMONT – Bryan Long-Meyer scored three times and Morgan Gangwer drove in three runs Monday as Lakota upended error-prone Midland Athletic League opponent Fremont St. Joe 7-4.
It was a battle from the start, with Lakota (12-5, 4-1 MAL) clinging to a 4-3 lead at the end of the first inning.
The Raiders led 5-4 after the third, but held the Crimson Streaks (5-6, 2-5) scoreless from there while adding two runs in the top of the fourth. St. Joe committed seven errors.
Gangwer (10-4) went the distance for the win and added two runs and a single, while Long-Meyer had a double, single and RBI.
Nikkia Cooper doubled, singled and scored for Lakota, Breanna Ray went 3 for 4, sisters Alaina and Aubrey Bickford both singled twice, Aspen Ray drove in two runs and singled and Sam Miller singled.
Losing pitcher Brianna Reardon (5-6) went 3 for 4 with a double and two runs.
Brigette Fulwider had a double and two RBIs, and Sarah Franks and Natalie Zyski both singled twice.
Rams double up Eagles
UPPER SANDUSKY – Sara Gier and Jaya Smalley both belted two singles Monday to help Upper Sandusky double up Colonel Crawford 8-4 in North Central Conference play.
Katie Taylor added a single and two runs, Gier scored twice and winning pitcher Kyla Cusac singled for the Rams.
Kalene Johnson added a double against the Eagles and Justeen Searfoss, Katie Taylor and Maranda Stansbery each singled.
Redmen thump TC
Morgan Andrews held Columbian to three hits and drove in a pair on her own Monday to fuel Bellevue’s 11-2 Northern Ohio League win.
Andrews added a triple and a run for the Redmen.
Morgan Schalk (1-14) took the loss for the Tornadoes (1-14, 0-6 NOL).
Sierra Shope and Brittany Dumonte both had a single and RBI for TC, Macey Shock singled and scored, Abby Stewart scored and Kendalyn Sarka singled.
BC finishes strong against Riverdale
MOUNT BLANCHARD – Buckeye Central managed to score two runs in the top of the seventh frame to edge out Riverdale 4-2 Monday evening.
After two scoreless innings, Buckeye Central drew first blood with a run at the top of the third inning.
The Falcons responded quickly with a run in the bottom of the frame to tie the game at one a piece.
Riverdale scored another run to take the lead in the bottom of the fourth inning.
The Bucks rallied in the sixth to tie the game and held Riverdale scoreless until The Bucks’ next at back.
In the top of the seventh, Sidney Long singled to reach first.
Maddie Fagan missed the bunt to advance Long and took the out. Morgan Wurm had a fielder’s choice to get on base for the Bucks.
From there, Miranda Wurm hit a double to bring in Long and Sierra Hanes crushed a triples to bring in Morgan Wurm for the closing score.
Hanes led the Bucks going 2-for-4 with one run and one RBI.