Tornadoes lose to Redmen, fall into tie with Ontario

Columbian was rolling in the first, but the Tornadoes couldn’t keep the momentum going.

Bellevue tied the game in the top of the third and pushed across the go-ahead run in the sixth Monday en route to clipping TC, 4-3.

The loss dropped TC (10-7) into a tie with Ontario atop the Northern Ohio League standings at 6-1. The Redmen (12-6) improved to 5-2 in league play.

Tyler Rospert went 3 for 3 with two RBIs and a run to help Triston Snezek get the win for Bellevue.

Thomas Pressler added a single and run, and Dylan DeWitt and Shane Miller each had a single and RBI.

Jeffrey Crawford singled twice, scored and knocked in a run for the Tornadoes, and Nathaniel Gilmer singled, scored and drove in a run.

Mason Mullennex added a single and an RBI, Aaron Sostaric and losing pitcher Chris Magill (1-2) each singled twice, and Russ Yeast scored.

H-L doesn’t let up in win over Old Fort

OLD FORT- Garret Sendelbach fanned 13 batters and gave up only two runs in Hopewell-Loudon’s 12-0 Midland Athletic League romp past Old Fort.

The Chieftains scattered six runs over the first six innings to give themselves a comfortable lead over the scoreless Stockaders. The Chieftains continued the onslaught with six more runs in the top of the seventh.

Bryan Scherger scored twice, drove in a run, doubled and singled for H-L (12-8, 5-2 MAL). Jordan Stewart singled twice, Jackson Sebetto had two runs, two RBIs and a single, Weston Hill drove in a pair and singled and Austin Tooker scored twice and singled.

Brad Heilman and Marc Harris both singled for the Stockaders (5-14, 1-6). Jordan Bryon took the loss.

Upper Sandusky edges Eagles

UPPER SANDUSKY- Ross Dible had three runs and Carson Mittermaier smacked a home run en route to Upper Sandusky’s 12-8 victory over Colonel Crawford Monday evening.

Upper Sandusky came out of the gates with five runs in the first inning, but the Eagles were not going down so easily.

After a four-run advantage had the Eagles on the ropes, Colonel Crawford scattered three runs in the third and four in the fourth innings to gain a 8-6 advantage.

The Rams responded in the bottom of the fourth by adding another four runs to take back the lead, 10-8.

Upper Sandusky scored two more runs in the fifth and sixth inning to close out the victory.

Fostoria powers past Wildcats

ELMORE- Robby Crotty moved to 3-0 on the mound for Fostoria, beating Woodmore, 10-6.

The Redmen improved to 12-6 with the win.

Fostoria scored a run in the first inning, but Woodmore answered back with three runs in the bottom of the frame.

The Redmen closed the gap with another run in the third.

In the bottom of the fifth, Woodmore put up three more runs to have a 6-2 advantage.

Fostoria managed to rally back with three runs in the top of the six and scored five runs in the seventh to pull out the win.

Chris Hampton led the Redmen’s efforts with two singles and a double.

Lakota beats St. Joe

FREMONT- Nick Watts had nine strikeouts and the win in Lakota’s 4-1 victory over Fremont St. Joe.

Watts led the Raiders by going 3 for 4 with two doubles, a triple and an RBI.

Lakota scored a run in the first inning and another two in the top of the sixth to have a 3-0 lead.

The Streaks answered with a run in the bottom of the sixth but the Raiders put up another run in the seventh to close out the win.

Calvert slips past Carey

Jesse Gase went 3 for 4, scored twice and drove in three runs for Calvert as the Senecas eked out a 9-8 Midland Athletic League win over Carey.

The Blue Devils led 2-0 early in the first before falling behind 4-2.

Carey tied the game up quickly in the second.

The Senecas countered with two runs in the fourth, but Carey came back ti knot the game in the top of the fifth.

Calvert scored another run in the bottom of the fifth to lead by one.

In the sixth inning, Carey plated two more runs to take a 8-7 lead.

However, the Senecas scored twice in their last at bat to put the Blue Devils away.