Stockaders score runs early, blank Senecas

PHOTO BY STEVE WILLIAMS Old Fort's Savannah McCoy prepares to slide safely into home as Calvert's Christina Park awaits the throw from the backstop Friday in Tiffin.

Old Fort got off to a great start Friday night, scoring nine runs in the first two innings en route to a 12-0 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division victory over Calvert.

Makinsey Black and Ashlynn Magers both had two singles for Old Fort, while Savanna McCoy and Laini Gillett each hit a single and drove in two runs. MarcQue Harris, Whitney Bilger and Aly Pence all hit a single and drove in a run.

Calvert tallied just three hits off Old Fort hurler Sarah Hossler. Ashlee Shiley had two of them, while Leah Renninger singled.

Hossler struck out seven and didn’t allow a walk in a complete game. Christina Park suffered the loss for Calvert, allowing nine runs (six earned) on six hits in two innings.

Mohawk no-hit, run ruled by Redmen

BUCYRUS –Mohawk didn’t manage a hit Friday in a 10-0 Northern Athletic Conference loss to Bucyrus.

The Redmen had no such problems, banging out 13 hits in the six inning game. Bucyrus scored three runs in the first off starter Hannah Jordan, and added five in the third to turn the contest into a rout.

Jordan took the loss, falling to 3-5.

Rams tally 16

hits in N10 win

NEW WASHINGTON — Winning pitcher Alivia Oney led Upper Sandusky with three singles and three runs Friday as the Rams topped Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Buckeye Central 9-3.

Oney went seven innings, giving up three runs on seven hits, while also fanning three. Camryn Schafer took the loss for the Bucks (1-7, 0-5 N10).

Backing Oney at the plate for the Rams (6-3, 4-1) was Jade Holman with three singles and two runs scored, while Jenna Clary added three singles and a pair of RBIs and Jordan Franz finished with a double, a single and four RBIs.

Katelynn Philbrick hit two singles for the Bucks.

Lonsway’s walk-off

single keeps Carey

unbeaten in N10

CAREY — Wynford gave Carey a scare Friday.

The Royals, who have won just one league game so far, were tied 1-1 with the unbeaten Blue Devils in the seventh frame.

But Carey’s Hannah Lonsway pulled through with an RBI single to score Blayc Hacker to win 2-1 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Hacker and Felicite Smith each added a single for Carey (7-1, 6-0 N10).

Lonsway pitched a complete game, giving up a run on four hits, while striking out six and not allowing a walk.

Tigers slip past Eagles

ATTICA — Seneca East made the most of its seven hits Friday in a 7-6 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win over Colonel Crawford.

The Eagles (7-3, 4-3 N10) took a 4-1 lead in the top of the fifth inning, but the Tigers responded with back-to-back three-run innings to take control, 7-4. The Eagles made things interesting in the seventh, plating a pair of runs.

Taylor Enders drove in two runs with a home run for the Tigers (4-3, 2-3), while Lauren Sauers hit two doubles, a single and drove in a run, Brooke Enders doubled and singled, while driving in three runs and Jillian Allgyre drove in a run.

Sauers was the winning pitcher, allowing six runs on 10 hits. She struck out six and walked three in seven innings.

Lininger fans 13 in NR win

VAN BUREN — New Riegel freshman Kayleigh Lininger limited Van Buren to just two seventh-inning runs on three hits Friday as the Blue Jackets topped the Black Knights 5-2 in non-league play.

Lininger fanned 13 and walked just one in seven innings.

She also helped herself at the plate with a pair of singles, while Emily Peters singled twice and drove in a run, Kaitlyn Kirian added a single and an RBI and Kristin Coleman doubled and singled. Lindsay Bouillon drove in a pair of runs for the Blue Jackets.

Olivia Sexton doubled and drove in two runs for the Black Knights. Amanda Strapp suffered the loss in the circle, giving up five runs (three earned) on eight hits in seven innings of work.

Bellevue squeaks by rival Clyde

BELLEVUE — Bellevue and Clyde battled back and forth Friday night in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division play.

Clyde scored two runs in the top of the seventh, but an insurance run in the bottom of the sixth proved to be a big one as the Lady Red edged the rival Fliers, 7-6.

For Bellevue, Sophia Pressler had three hits, while Riley Mohr tallied two hits, including a home run.

Julia Munoz tallied four hits, including a two-run homer for Clyde, while McKenzie DePottey hit a three-run shot, Kylie Cantu and Jasmine Minch had two hits apiece.

Lindsey Seamon was the winning pitcher for the Lady Red, allowing six runs on 11 hits. She struck out eight and walked three in seven innings. Hunter Schwochow took the loss. She gave up five earned runs on 10 hits, while fanning four and walking a pair.