Bame, Blue Devils shut out Bucks

PHOTO BY STEVE WILLIAMS Carey’s Jordan Dasher prepares to slide into third base as Buckeye Central third baseman Brady Kerschner awaits the throw Friday in New Washington. Dasher was ruled safe on the play.

CAREY — When Trey Bame is on the bump, Carey has a lot of success.

Bame, a senior hurler, shut out Buckeye Central as the Blue Devils topped the Bucks 9-0 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

With the win, Carey is still unbeaten at 10-0 overall and 8-0 in the N10. BC dropped to 5-9 and 2-6 in the league.

Bame gave up just one hit, struck out 11 and walked only one in six innings. He also helped his case at the plate with a pair of singles and two RBIs.

Marcus Miller added two singles and two RBIs for Carey, while Easton Roark and Dylan Grothaus both singled and drove in a run and Reece Mullholand finished with a double and a single.

Brady Kerschner had the two hits for the Bucks.

Matthew Summers suffered the loss, allowing nine runs on 10 hits in five innings of work.

Tornadoes breeze

past Tigers

Columbian’s Riley Sendelbach had four singles and an RBI at the plate and was the winning pitcher as the Tornadoes beat Huron 12-3 in non-league play.

Sendelbach pitched 5 1/3 innings, giving up three runs (two earned) on six hits, while fanning seven and walking two. Donavan Magill came in to pitch 1 2/3 innings of relief. He gave up a hit and struck out one.

At the plate, Tyson Price lined a single and drove in three runs for Columbian, while Braden Brown singled and drove in a pair and Jacob Banks singled and drove in a run.

Panthers rally to edge

out Stockaders

SANDUSKY — Old Fort scored early and often, but ran out of gas late in the game as Sandusky St. Mary came from behind to edge out the Stockaders 9-8 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division action.

The Stockaders took an early lead with a single run in the first frame followed by two in the second and single runs in the third and fourth innings.

Trailing 5-0 by the end of the top half of the fourth inning, St. Mary started to mount a rally. The Panthers dropped a three-spot in the bottom of the fourth. St. Mary kept OF off the board in the fifth while plating a single run in the bottom half.

Old Fort pulled away with three runs in the top of the sixth as it looked to take home the win. The Panthers responded with a four-run inning for an 8-8 tie.

Again, St. Mary managed to keep the Stockaders off the board in the top of the seventh as it plated a run in the bottom half for the win.

Jacob Webb suffered the loss on the mound for Old Fort in 1 2/3 innings of relief. He had three strikeouts, while giving up five unearned runs on three hits and a walk. Kaleb Wilkinson got the start tossing five innings of work, fanning eight while allowing four runs (one earned) on six hits and a pair of walks.

Webb also had a team-high two RBIs, while scoring a run. Jarett Woodall had a pair of hits and an RBI. Wilkinson and Payn Young each drove in a run and a run scored, while Coleman Bigelow scored twice.

Big fourth inning

propels Fliers to victory

NORWALK — Through the first three innings, Norwalk managed to respond and tie the game, but a three-run inning helped give Clyde a 6-3 win over its Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division rival.

The Fliers plated three runs in the fourth inning which proved to be the deciding factor in the win.

Clyde scored a run in the top of the first, but the Truckers quickly responded with a run of their own in the bottom half. Again in the third, the Fliers took a 2-1 lead with a single run that was short lived when Norwalk tacked on the tying run.

After the three-run fourth, Norwalk was a little shaken and couldn’t push across a run in the bottom half. The Truckers plated a run in the fifth, but Clyde tacked on an insurance run in the sixth to secure the win.

Robert Webb tossed a complete seven innings, striking out seven Truckers while allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and three walks. He helped his cause at the plate with three base hits, an RBI and three runs scored.

Mikey Haynes drove in three runs, while Cayden Rollins (two runs scored) and Cam Farrar each plated one. Ryan Lozier scored a run on two hits, while Haynes (double) and Grant Reese each had a pair of hits.

Bulldogs rout Redmen

FOSTORIA — Rossford poured on the runs Friday as it topped Fostoria 11-4 in Northern Buckeye Conference action.

The Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead in the first before piling on five more in the second. The Redmen got one back with a single run in the third. Rossford tacked on single runs in the fourth and fifth innings.

Trailing 9-1 going in to the bottom of the fifth, Fostoria plated three runs to cut the deficit to five runs. Rossford kept Fostoria off the board the rest of the game while adding a pair of runs in the seventh.

Colin Drake suffered the loss for the Redmen. He pitched 1 1/3 innings allowing seven runs (five earned) on five hits and five walks while striking out one. Trey Groves tossed 3 2/3 innings of relief fanning four,while giving up two unearned runs on three hits. Jesus Garcia also pitched two innings in the loss.